Periodontitis risk factor diagnosis
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Periodontitis - Optimal treatment safety based on marker germ analysis
Inflammation of the periodontal tissues and progressive bone loss are consequences of infection by periodontopathogenic marker bacteria. For a targeted and successful periodontal treatment is the elimination or significant reduction of the marker organisms of central importance.
Since the composition of Subgingivalflora varies individually strong, targeted treatment is possible only on the basis of an analysis of the microbial spectrum. Only the knowledge of the composition and amount of bacterial load allows planning of optimal individual treatment strategy with minimal use of antibiotics. Marker germ analysis with micro -IDent ® andmicro -IDent ® plus help hunting for evidence-based selection of an optimally effective drug and thereby contribute to the prevention of treatment errors or inefficient therapies.Regular checkups to check the success of treatment and the early detection of reinfection in Recall help the clinical image to keep stable over time. So enables diagnostically informed treatment a higher therapeutic success and consequently an increasing patient satisfaction. An important goal in the fight against germs periodontopathogenic should be to let the oral flora benefizielle possible unmolested. Treatment is based on the principle "as much as necessary and as little as possible" to strive.
Peri - prevention with marker germ analysis
In the presence of periimplantitis leads caused by bacterial infection of the soft tissue to bone loss and ultimately loosening or even loss of the Imp-lantates. The bacterial spectrum of bacterial infections is analogous to that of periodontal disease. The germs responsible for the loss of the natural dentition thus jeopardizing the successful integration of the denture.
The The microbiological analysis is consequently in implantology an important tool for the early diagnosis and targeted prevention. Based on the marker germ analysis with micro -IDent ® and micro -IDent ® plus the decision can be made, which therapeutic measures for the eradication of individual bacterial load are required. Again: prevention is better than cure The integration of endosseous implants should follow successful microbial reduction or -elimination done. The processing performed in advance of implantation analysis shows whether a planned intervention by an existing bacterial load is already compromised from the outset. Only a negative analysis indicates sterility and are therefore green light to the implant prosthetic care. To obtain a simple way optimal treatment safety in your and in the interest of the patient.
IL-1 - accurate prognostic information
It is well established that the combination of smoking and risk genotype carries a significantly increased risk of implant complications or implant loss. So were various studies on implant failures show that particular smoking with sequence variations in the IL-1 gene cluster as the Geno Type ® IL-1 demonstrated test, have an increased risk of implant failure. Up to 50% of these smokers had implant complications, the attachment loss in recall was up to three times higher. In smoking subjects with tooth loss due to periodontal disease, therefore a determination of IL-1 genotype is strongly advised also to hedge against implantologist implant failure and any resulting compensation claims.
For this purpose, all the relevant sequence variants of the interleukin-1 gene cluster with a single analysis to be detected. The test result allows accurate prognostic information and help you establish meaningful recall and prophylaxis intervals for this patient. Moreover, a reliable risk assessment before consuming remediation is possible. By inclusion of additional risk factors the results report enables the creation of a well-founded, individual risk profile and offers then coordinated treatment suggestions. Your treatment plan may so easily be adjusted to the patient's needs and so the loss of natural teeth or implants prevent effectively.