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Risk Assessment in Periodontal Care: The Principles

  • Iain L. C. ChappleEmail author
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Abstract

There is an increasing evidence base for risk assessment being a central tenet in the development and implementation of personalised care programmes for managing chronic complex diseases like periodontitis. The increasing prevalence of this disease in an ageing population, its negative impact upon tooth loss, self-esteem, nutrition, self-confidence and quality of life, and the associated health economic and systemic disease burden necessitate a move away from traditional repair models of care provision towards risk-driven personalised approaches to prevention. In this chapter, contemporary concepts of periodontal disease pathogenesis and classification are discussed and the role of risk factor identification and management argued as being central to modern healthcare provision. Embedding the identification of risk factors into a diagnostic statement is discussed and the psychological and clinical benefits of personalised risk factor biofeedback are documented.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Dentistry, Institute of Clinical Sciences, College of Medical and Dental SciencesThe University of BirminghamBirminghamUK

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