Compliance in periodontal maintenance and locus of control in older adults by Sharan Golini

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Thesis (Dip.Periodont.)--University of Toronto, 1995.

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This book discusses changes in the periodontium, problems occurring during the peri-odontal maintenance phase and their solutions using a case study approach. The under-lying concept is based on my conviction that maintenance is crucial for the long-term suc-cess of periodontal therapy.

The objective is to give the reader guidance in selecting the. Periodontal maintenance is an integral part of periodontal therapy for patients with a history of inflammatory periodontal diseases, which starts after completion of active periodontal therapy and continues at varying intervals for the life of the dentition 1.

Inadequate control of dental biofilm may result in recolonization of the subgingival. Compliance with PMT care is clearly an essential prerequisite for long-term periodontal stability and maintenance of a functional dentition, yet the levels of compliance are often below 50% [6,11].

There is little doubt that compliance with supportive periodontal care is a complex issue of multifactorial etiology [ 11, 39 ].Cited by: 2. T he purpose of this study was to determine patient compliance with suggested maintenance schedules. Compliance in periodontal maintenance and locus of control in older adults book patients eligible for maintenance therapy in a private periodontal practice were included.

The study covered a period of 8 years. All patients had chronic inflammatory periodontal disease and had been eligible for at least 1 year of maintenance therapy before the close of data by: The psychological maturity of all patients was assessed on the Nowicki-Strickland Locus of Control Scale, and the effect on compliance of this score as well as the patient- and treatment-related.

periodontal attachment and gingival tissue affects children and adults. The prevalence increases with age and adults over 50 starting with the initial examination and continuing for as long have the greatest degree of involvement. This mucogingival as the patient is. In periodontal maintenance, patients should participate actively of the treatment by both managing home biofilm control procedures and attending periodontal maintenance appointme However, several studies have shown that the Compliance Index (CI).

Periodontal disease is very similar to other diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. These are not infectious disorders; they are chronic and noncurable but very controllable, just like periodontal disease.

Perio maintenance is every three months for life – the life of the patient or life of the dentition. This is not an arbitrary interval. In book: Perceived Control (pp) cognitive trai ning to modif y locus of control in older adults (W ol insky, V ander Weg, Compliance a nd health bel iefs in the bla ck.

Prevalence of Severe Periodontal disease. % of seniors 65 and over have moderate or severe periodontal disease. Older seniors, Black and Hispanic seniors, current smokers, and those with lower incomes and less education are more likely to have moderate/severe periodontal disease.

Table 1: Seniors, Prevalence of Periodontal Disease. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between health beliefs (three aspects of dental health locus of control, health values and adherence intent), psychological mood and periodontal outcomes.

Complete periodontal data were obtained for 47 untreated patients prior to instruction in oral hygiene, and again 4–6 weeks later. Periodontal maintenance is an integral part of periodontal therapy for patients with a history of inflammatory periodontal diseases. Patients should be informed of the disease process, therapeutic alternatives, potential complications, expected results, and their responsibility in treatment.

According to the authors, chronic periodontitis is a prevalent condition, affecting % of the adult US population aged 30 years or older. It is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Academy of Periodontology, the prevalence of moderate and severe periodontitis are.

BACKGROUND: Smoking is an established risk factor of periodontal disease and smokers are regarded as patients with a high risk of periodontitis recurrence during the maintenance phase.

Lack of compliance and smoking constitute significant factors for the risk of further periodontitis progression. While the prevalence of periodontal diseases appears to increase with age, especially in individuals without systematic periodontal care, 35 periodontal disease is not evident in properly treated and maintained older adults.

36,37 A 3-month to 6-month interval for customized maintenance recare appointments may be appropriate for older adults. Periodontal health is critically dependent upon the behaviour of the patient, both in terms of the maintenance of good oral hygiene and in treatment seeking when disease exists (Newton ).Clinicians working with individuals with periodontal disease are faced with the challenge of encouraging compliance with their oral hygiene instruction.

periodontal therapy becomes the most decisive aspect of dental treatment. This article gives an overview of the significance of supportive periodontal therapy in maintaining the integrity of the periodontium.

KEYWORDS: periodontal disease, maintenance therapy, plaque control, supportive periodontal therapy, compliance. According to the authors, chronic periodontitis is a prevalent condition, affecting percent of the adult U.S. population aged 30 years or older.

It is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Academy of Periodontology, the prevalence of moderate and severe periodontitis. Periodontal diseases require long-term maintenance and continuous maintenance care.

Compliance to recall visits[ 1 ] by the patients is the responsibility of both practitioners and patients. In this study, overall 80% showed complete compliance and were regular for supportive appointments. order to make treatment of periodontal diseases more effective and predictable As a result of advances in knowledge and therapy, the great majority of patients retain their dentition over their lifetime with proper treatment, reasonable plaque control, and continuing maintenance.

continued periodontal maintenance and monitoring. A primary goal of periodontal therapy is to reduce the burden of pathogenic bacteria and thereby reduce the potential for progressive inflammation and recur-rence of disease.

Emerging evidence of possible perio-systemic links further reinforces the need for good periodontal health. In the private. Why a 3 Month Periodontal Maintenance Recare Visit.

While there is No Cure for periodontal disease, it can be managed or controlled. A 3 month Periodontal Maintenance Therapy Appointment is a Soft Tissue Management Program that is a non-surgical approach to Control Periodontal Disease.

It is the most conservative approach to prevent more. 30‐years plaque‐control-based maintenance program • Axelsson et al. test and control The test group- prophylactic visits every second month for the first 2 years and every 3–12 months (according to their individual needs) over 3–30 years very few teeth were lost (–) – new carious lesions (>80% secondary.

The periodontal maintenance patient and how to get perio maintenance covered by insurance By Kathy S. Forbes, RDH, BS Picture this: Medieval England and the English guards find that Humpty Dumpty has fallen off the wall and is lying in a mass of egg.

Hancock EB, Newell DH. The role of periodontal maintenance in dental practice. J Indiana Dent Assoc. ;– Gokulanathan S, Balan N, Aravind RJ, Thangavelu K. Patient compliance and supportive periodontal therapy: Study among young adults of Namakkal district. J Pharm Bioallied Sci. ;6: S–S Renz AN, Newton JT.

Figure 1 Radiograph of patient presenting in Figure 2 Radiograph 20 years later of patient with sporadic infrequent periodontal maintenance.: Figure 3 Clinical view of patient in Figure 1 revealing noncompliance in oral hygiene.: Figure 4 Intraoral view of a year-old patient with aggressive juvenile periodontitis.: Figure 5 Radiograph of patient in Figure 4 demonstrating severe.

Dental Maintenance for Patients With Periodontal Diseases 1st Edition by Jr. Wilson, Thomas G. (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.

Prevention of periodontal disease and maintenance of periodontal health in older adults Oral hygiene maintenance Chemotherapeutic agents Antiplaque agents Fluoride Saliva substitutes 36 Antiplaue agents Chlorhexidine Subantimicrobial tetracycline: periostat Listerine or its generic counterparts 37 In Restorative Dentistry (Second Edition), Periodontal procedures.

As discussed in Chapter 3, the basic periodontal examination (BPE) provides an indication of the treatment needs of the patient (Box ).This initial screening can be expanded to involve plaque and bleeding scores, recording of probing depths where indicated and the use of radiographs.

Periodontal Maintenance. If you have periodontal disease that has resulted in bone loss, gum “pockets” deeper than 4 millimeters, bleeding gums, exposed root surfaces, or if you have had periodontal surgery or root planning to treat periodontal surgery or root planning to treat periodontal disease, a regular cleaning is not appropriate.

Demographics Population Distribution. Inadults 65 years of age and older were % of the U.S. population or 40 million people. Bythis population will grow 55% to million people due to aging of the baby boomer generation and immigration into the United States.

Axelsson P, Nyström B, Lindhe J. The long-term effect of a plaque control program on tooth mortality, caries and periodontal disease in adults.

Results after 30 years of maintenance. J Clin Periodontol. ;31(9) 8. Becker W, Becker BE, Berg LE. Periodontal treatment without maintenance. A retrospective study in 44 patients. a minority of periodontal patients conformsto the prescribed recommendations, and that efforts to optimize compliance are only partly successful [6].

During maintenance visits, previously treated areas might show periodontal breakdown, which may be indicated for additional periodontal treatment.

Such areas might show. Trustees in approving the term “periodontal mainte-nance” in lieu of “supportive periodontal therapy” (Jan-uary ) and a new classification of periodontal dis-eases, as published in the Annals of Periodontology, December ; Volume 4, number 1 (April ).

Individual copies of. Periodontal Disease and Overall Health: A Clinician’s Guide, Second Edition provides the latest information and clinical studies pertaining to the oral systemic relationship and is specifically directed at understanding how periodontal disease might affect distant sites and organs, therefore having an effect on overall health.

Each chapter. According to a to study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, % of American adults suffer from periodontitis. 1 With the increasing prevalence of periodontitis, clinicians are faced with the responsibility of treating and maintaining more patients with this chronic disease.

Compared to gingivitis or peri-implant mucositis, which are reversible inflammatory. Periodontal maintenance involves a cleaning that is deeper than a normal cleaning in a dental office. Patients with a history of periodontal disease need deeper cleanings because periodontal “pockets” have formed.

Pockets are spaces between the teeth and gums where plaque and tartar form. Periodontology or periodontics (from Ancient Greek περί, perí – 'around'; and ὀδούς, odoús – 'tooth', genitive ὀδόντος, odóntos) is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth, as well as diseases and conditions that affect supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which includes the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum.

Albandar JM, Brunelle JA, Kingman A. Destructive periodontal disease in adults 30 years of age and older in the United States, J Periodontol ; Armitage GC. Periodontal diseases: Diagnosis. Ann Periodontol ; Prevalence of Severe Periodontal disease. % of adults 20 to 64 have moderate or severe periodontal disease.

Older adults, Black and Hispanic adults, current smokers, and those with lower incomes and less education are more likely to have moderate/severe periodontal disease.

Table 1: Adults, Prevalence of Periodontal Disease. In private periodontal practices, 16% to 95% of patients complied with 3-month maintenance intervals.

29,30 University-based studies reported relatively low percentages of maintenance schedule compliance, ranging from 11% to 45%. 31,32 These discrepancies, like compliance, may have many causes and are not easily explained.

However, it appears. Aim This study examined the predictors of loss to follow-up in long-term supportive periodontal therapy in patients with chronic periodontitis. Methods A total of patients with moderate to severe chronic periodontitis in a tertiary care hospital in China were investigated and followed over the course of study.

Questionnaires on clinical and demographic characteristics, self-efficacy for.Pregnancy Babies and Kids Teens Adults Under 40 Adults Over 40 structures around the teeth.

A periodontist is a dentist who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal, or disease, and in the placement of dental implants. maintenance and repair of dental implants.

For more information about periodontics or.

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