A sizeable proportion of patients in clinical practice will have some form of periodontal disease and most of these patients can be well managed in primary care. Unfortunately, dento-legal claims regarding inappropriate periodontal care are increasing rapidly and are now one of the most common reasons for litigation in dentistry. In this paper we will look at aspects of contemporary management of periodontal disease in clinical practice and offer guidance for examination, management and referral.
Dentine Hypersensitivity a consensus document on diagnosis and management by Pashley and colleagues 2008
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Restorative Dentistry RCS Diagnosis, prevention and Management of Dental Erosion RCS Management of Temporomandibular disorders RCS The Oral Management of Oncology patients RCS NHS Implant guidelines RCS Restorative Dentistry needs complexity assessment BSRD Crown and Bridge Guidelines McGill Consensus on... Continue Reading →
When we compare and contrast between periodontology, endodontology and prosthodontics there are few similarities. Endo deals with the bugs on the inside of the root, perio on the outside and prostho groups together restoration of teeth and the replacement of... Continue Reading →
Aggressive_Periodontitis_Alani_Seymour Aggressive periodontitis is a difficult and challenging condition to treat. Due to the relative speed at which attachment loss can occur the key to treatment outcome is early detection. In the main the treatment is similar to that of... Continue Reading →