Successful periodontal therapy includes:
1. Involvement of the patient. Involving every patient in his/her diagnosis and treatment is very important in achieving results. The priority level that patients give their dental health, and related lifestyle choices they make, will ultimately decide the long-term results of treatment. Therefore, dentists should incorporate the role of non-judgmental "trainer" to help identify habits that contribute to gum disease, so patients can make the necessary changes. To know more about periodontal therapy or treatment, you may click this link.
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2. Using the appropriate forms: There should be a system that means to collect data on each visit and there should be trained staff to interpret the data. Forms showing probing depth, bleeding, and plaque control is very important. The records should be compared with those from one visit to another. They should be emphasizing all the positives and collaborate on ways to improve any negatives.
3. Using discussant: There are a number of longitudinal studies that assess the long-term achievement of periodontal therapy and have demonstrated that this therapy is very effective when disclosant is used.
4. Focus on inflammation: No bleeding-upon-probing and no redness marginal is the best indicator that the tooth is no longer infectious. When scaling is done effectively, the surgical treatment of single-rooted teeth can always be avoided. After effective nonsurgical treatment, the patient has a good chance of staying healthy.