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Full Mouth Versus Quadrant Treatment in Chronic Periodontitis

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Aim The aim of this review is to discuss the evidence for the management of chronic periodontitis, including methods of non-surgical therapy such as full mouth disinfection, full mouth debridement and conventional quadrant-by-quadrant therapy.

Methods Manual searches of Medline and Embase databases provided the relevant studies.

Results Multiple randomised controlled trials (RCTs) selected for the paper failed to show any significant differences between the quadrant-wise treatment and full mouth debridement and modalities.

Practical implications This review demonstrates that there is no known difference in treatment outcomes between full mouth debridement and traditional quadrant therapy. Further RCTs are necessary to assess clinical effectiveness of chemical adjunct use.
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Keywords: DISINFECTION; FULL MOUTH; NON-SURGICAL; PERIODONTAL DISEASE; PERIODONTAL TREATMENT

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 August 2014

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  • Primary Dental Journal (PDJ) is the peer reviewed journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK). The professional development journal is aimed at the whole primary care team. Each issue focuses on a key topic in primary care dentistry and offers a combination of research, clinical best practice papers and scenario articles which allow the whole dental team to work together to improve standards of patient care.
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