GERIARTIC DENTAL CARE
Removable partial dentures, Complete Dentures
Age related Ondometric changes treatment planning for elderly
Type and severity of patients dental problems after evaluating the four domains of need such as function, symptoms, pathology and esthetics.
Impact on patient's quality of life in terms of ability to eat, comfort level and esthetics that could affect self-image.
Probability of positive treatment outcome (prognosis).
Availability of reasonable and less extensive alternatives.
Ability to tolerate treatment stress.
Patients capability to maintain oral health, whether he or she is well motivated and can carry out independently or require assistance.
Patients financial resources
Staged treatment plan
Stage I – Emergency care
Stage II – Maintenance and monitoring: Includes management of chronic infection, Root canal therapy, Root planing and curettage, restoration of carious lesions, work related to dentures, Patient education to improve oral health. A further period of evaluation is required before one proceeds further
Stage III – Rehabilitation phase: Includes Implants, Surgical endodontics, Surgical periodontics, esthetic rehabilitation, reconstruction of occlusal plane and restoration of vertical dimension
RESTORATIVE MANAGEMENT OF COMMON ORAL DISEASES IN THE ELDERLY
Restorative considerations for coronal caries
Restorative considerations for root caries
Classification for root caries
Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC) Restoration
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