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Surgical Articles

Saving teeth: Changing the hopeless prognosis with new technology

Classically, a tooth that was affected with greater than 50% bone loss was given a questionable to hopeless prognosis. Dr. Scott Froum explains how new developments in laser and osteoblastic promotive technologies have surmounted historical restrictions of tissue repair/regeneration around diseased teeth and changed expected outcomes in periodontal treatment for patients interested in preserving their natural dentition.

Saving T-I-M-E with short dental implants

Short implants may seem to be an obvious alternative where conventional implants are not an option without additional surgical procedures to compensate for tissue deficiencies in posterior regions. However, the question remains: Are survival rates for short implants the same as conventional dental implants? Dr. Scott Froum and Don Rothenberg discuss the benefits of using short implants in certain situations as a method to avoid having to do more invasive grafting.

Restorative Articles

Saving teeth: Changing the hopeless prognosis with new technology

Classically, a tooth that was affected with greater than 50% bone loss was given a questionable to hopeless prognosis. Dr. Scott Froum explains how new developments in laser and osteoblastic promotive technologies have surmounted historical restrictions of tissue repair/regeneration around diseased teeth and changed expected outcomes in periodontal treatment for patients interested in preserving their natural dentition.

Factors to consider when choosing between a bar versus a Locator implant overdenture

Which is the best method for implanting an overdenture? The clip bar or direct attachment method? The subject has been debated for years, and each method has its proponents. Steven Pigliacelli, MDT, CDT, examines several clinical scenarios and explains the deciding situational factors to consider between a bar and a Locator implant overdenture that will determine final case design.

Hygiene Articles

Clinical applications for the 2018 classification of peri-implant diseases and conditions

Susan Wingrove, BS, RDH, focuses on the clinical applications of peri-implant diseases and conditions in light of the AAP/EFP's new 2018 classification. This information will make it easier to assess your patients' periodontal status, as well as monitor their oral health and condition of their implants to ensure long-term success.

Top 3 reasons why you shouldn't use floss around dental implants

Dental implants are changing people’s lives and improving overall health. However, while they are designed to look, feel, and function like natural teeth, implants have anatomical differences that may require a bit more care than a traditional toothbrush and dental floss to ensure that surrounding gum tissue and bone remain healthy. Shavonne R. Healy, BSDH, RDH, ICP, discusses a few reasons why flossing may not be the ideal choice for implant patients.

Complications Articles

Canker sores: An old enemy facing new treatment

Initial onset of aphthous ulcers, also called canker sores, usually occurs in childhood or early adulthood. Canker sores affect women more than men, are self-limiting, and are disproportionately painful relative to the size of the lesion. Perio-Implant Advisory's Editorial Director Dr. Scott Froum discusses the etiology, types, diagnosis and associated systemic disorders, as well as the most effective new treatment for these ulcers that plague many.

Saving T-I-M-E with short dental implants

Short implants may seem to be an obvious alternative where conventional implants are not an option without additional surgical procedures to compensate for tissue deficiencies in posterior regions. However, the question remains: Are survival rates for short implants the same as conventional dental implants? Dr. Scott Froum and Don Rothenberg discuss the benefits of using short implants in certain situations as a method to avoid having to do more invasive grafting.

Dental Practice Management Articles

Clinical applications for the 2018 classification of peri-implant diseases and conditions

Susan Wingrove, BS, RDH, focuses on the clinical applications of peri-implant diseases and conditions in light of the AAP/EFP's new 2018 classification. This information will make it easier to assess your patients' periodontal status, as well as monitor their oral health and condition of their implants to ensure long-term success.

The new classification of periodontal disease that you, your patient, and your insurance company can understand

In this carefully reviewed article, Perio-Implant Advisory's Editorial Director Dr. Scott Froum provides a simple summary of the new classification of periodontal disease and peri-implant disease, as well as a discussion of the staging and progression of periodontitis. This information can be used to explain treatment needs to both patients and dental insurance companies.

A chairside resource for the entire dental team

Perio-Implant Advisory focuses on issues relating to periodontal and implant medicine.

Editorial Director Scott Froum, DDS, brings an unbiased clinical and academic perspective to the world of dental implants, periodontics, restorative, surgical, and practice management dentistry. Articles cover case studies in complex care and how to solve clinical complications with a team-based approach through interdisciplinary management. The emphasis is on periodontal- and implant-related issues with the goal of delivering excellent care to patients. Perio-Implant Advisory is a chairside resource for the entire dental team.

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Clinical Tips from the Editor

5 of the most common questions dental patients ask and how to answer them

While most oral conditions can be resolved with dental therapy, there are also many systemic diseases that manifest themselves in the oral cavity, thus requiring the consult of a medical physician. Dr. Scott Froum, editorial director of Perio-Implant Advisory, addresses five of the most common questions dental patients ask about pathology in the mouth and shares answers you can use in your practices.

Saving teeth: Changing the hopeless prognosis with new technology

Classically, a tooth that was affected with greater than 50% bone loss was given a questionable to hopeless prognosis. Dr. Scott Froum explains how new developments in laser and osteoblastic promotive technologies have surmounted historical restrictions of tissue repair/regeneration around diseased teeth and changed expected outcomes in periodontal treatment for patients interested in preserving their natural dentition.

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    Clinical applications for the 2018 classification of peri-implant diseases and conditions

    Susan Wingrove, BS, RDH, focuses on the clinical applications of peri-implant diseases and conditions in light of the AAP/EFP's new 2018 classification. This information will make it easier to assess your patients' periodontal status, as well as monitor their oral health and condition of their implants to ensure long-term success.

    5 of the most common questions dental patients ask and how to answer them

    While most oral conditions can be resolved with dental therapy, there are also many systemic diseases that manifest themselves in the oral cavity, thus requiring the consult of a medical physician. Dr. Scott Froum, editorial director of Perio-Implant Advisory, addresses five of the most common questions dental patients ask about pathology in the mouth and shares answers you can use in your practices.

    Oral-Systemic Articles

    5 of the most common questions dental patients ask and how to answer them

    While most oral conditions can be resolved with dental therapy, there are also many systemic diseases that manifest themselves in the oral cavity, thus requiring the consult of a medical physician. Dr. Scott Froum, editorial director of Perio-Implant Advisory, addresses five of the most common questions dental patients ask about pathology in the mouth and shares answers you can use in your practices.

    Canker sores: An old enemy facing new treatment

    Initial onset of aphthous ulcers, also called canker sores, usually occurs in childhood or early adulthood. Canker sores affect women more than men, are self-limiting, and are disproportionately painful relative to the size of the lesion. Perio-Implant Advisory's Editorial Director Dr. Scott Froum discusses the etiology, types, diagnosis and associated systemic disorders, as well as the most effective new treatment for these ulcers that plague many.

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