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Thank you !
Fantastic presentation. Thank you
Thanks a lot. Excellent information.
Thanks – Amazing lecture !!
Thank you, great webinar
a very fantastic webinar,thank you so much SIR.
very informative and helpful. thank you for the Q&A which was really valuable
Excellent and very informative. Thank you.
Thank you for such an interesting and engaging presentation and taking so much time to answer questions
Should we be concentrating on bone levels over several years
You guys have been terrific. Thank you
Great Webinar.Thank you
Thank you so much you have made my day
Thank you for a very good presentation. You have mentioned systemic antibiotics should not be used. Should they not be used at all? I have been advised to use azithromycin as an adjunct for RSD in the past.
Thank you you two you are the best
Very informative lecture, thank you.
unfortunately patients dont always accept paying for the education and lack of hands on results in complaints !
Waterpicks – alot of patients ask about their effectiveness – do they have a place in perio care ?
Another advantage of the sonic scaler is that it can be used on a patient with a pacemaker. The ultrasonics cannot.
many thanks for a informative seminar
Very thorough and informative. Thank you
Thank you for a clear and relevant explanation..
Thank you for a very informative webinar.Certainly will be transferrable to day to day practice.
how do we “diagnose” that a patient is not engaging? what criteria are we looking for? e.g plaque score >?? or continuing to smoke heavily? could there not be a risk of litigation later on if FPC/subgingival debridement has not been carried out?
would long term maintenance in a highly motivated patient performing repeated non surgical instrumentation have similar outcome to surgical regenerative treatment of infra-bony defects. And how would risk factors like uncontrolled diabetes affect such decisions.
Thanks for two very interesting & informative lectures!Steve Howarth.
Great webinar, very useful explanations and how to apply this in practice. Hope to hear some answers to questions above. Thank you both
Not entirely relevant to today but experience shows ultrasonic scaling is more effective than hand scaling. Dr Tim Donley who has lectured is extremely pro ultrasonic.BUT we have these COVID challenges. Any comment?
will some pts never get out of step 1 therapy?
Thank u very much for a very interesting session
Can I provide a provisional diagnosis of ‘false pocketing’ in a pt with code 3 and no evidence of interdental bone loss, as I cannot provide a diagnostic statement until doing a dpc on the 3 month review and take necessary PAs at that point?
Great webinar many thanks
Thanks, that was a superb webinar.
I am a hygienist and worked with a periodontist who says that my calculus removal is never adequate
Thank you great webinar
Thank you very much, really great lecture
Thankyou, great insight into perio therapy.
Thank you very much
Thank you for a very interesting talk
Thank you for a very informative webinar
Gold standard presentation thank you so much
Very informative! Thank you very much
Thank you very much, Great lecture
Thank you very much
How much calculus removal is necessary for pocket resolution?
if a hyg is only given 20 min per appt how do you suggest they spilt the time up during the SPT phase?
Can the panelists give their opinion in air polishers for effective biofilm removal verses hand or ultrasonic instrumentation subgingivally
As a hygienist, when the dentist refers a pt to me for a “20 minute scale and polish every 3/12 o” should I be starting to write “step1 thrapy/step 2 therapy or PMPR” on pt notes?
How can we get away from the 20 minute scale and polish in general practice?
Thank you for sharing a personal experience of communication with the patients and evidence based experiences. Do you recommend anything more than interdental brushes for maintenance of oral hygiene at home? How do you help patients with sensitivity after sub gingival instrumentation? Many Thanks.
what ultrasonic scaler/tips would you recommend for PMPR?
Excellent case of the Neurosurgeon, so true that sometimes patients like these really need to be educated in so many ways. thanks for sharing
when should we use the term PMPR on pt notes?
when would you rec use of antibiotics if needed?what is your opinion on the use of interdental medicine placed directly in the pockets?
how to differentiate between stage 1 & 2 ?
when would you do the full mouth pocket chart?would you wait until you were sure patient engaged?
What is necessary to start the use of cell therapies to regenerate period tissues ?
Thanks a lot for making implementation of periodontal classification easier. Along with the class of periodontal disease, what else do you recommend to add to the contemporaneous notes to prevent litigation? Many thanks in advance.
what is moderate ? or moderately good ?thanks great lecture=t
Is the age of the patient taken from the year the radiographs were taken?
Is there an easy way to differentiate between a stage 1 and 2 on bitewings when it’s very early stages of perio disease?
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