A fogágybeteg rendszeres ellenörzésének jelentösége a paradontium épségének megörzésében és a fogpótlás élettartamának meghosszabbításában.

Translated title of the contribution: Importance of periodic follow up of periodontal diseases for the maintenance of periodontal health and the longevity of dental restoration

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The major objective of the author's investigation was to determine if the progression of attachment loss, the recurrence of active phase of periodontitis and development of new carious lesions can be controlled and prevented in individuals with prior history of aggressive periodontitis provided full mouth reconstruction and maintained at a proper level of oral hygiene. The results of a group on regular periodontal recall program were compared with the five years dental and periodontal findings on a matched group of patients having not been on regular maintenance program. The well maintained group of patients' annual recall data did not vary markedly. In five years basically the same amount of attachment apparatus was maintained. The reexamination of the non recall group at the end of the fifth year shoved a total deterioration of dentition due to the progression of periodontal disease and attachment loss. Especially those of rapidly progressing periodontitis cases shoved 70 to 100% attachment loss. This comparative study attempted to outline the insufficiency of our former dental philosophy of patient management and follow up. Authors emphasize the importance of the follow up, and maintenance of a very high level.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)257-262
Number of pages6
JournalFogorvosi szemle
Volume84
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1991

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Periodontal Diseases
Tooth
Periodontitis
Dental Philosophies
Health
Periodontal Attachment Loss
Maintenance
Aggressive Periodontitis
Dentition
Oral Hygiene
Mouth
Research Design
Recurrence

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