Colgate Oral Health Dialogue 2016 – Volume I, No. 1

Aswatha Kumarswamy BDS, MDS, PGDHHM Professor and Head, Department of Oral Implantology

Technological advances in the diagnosis of etiological agents and the management of oral malodor allow for more predictable outcomes and elevated oral health status in the article about oral malodor.

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Serum biomarkers, periodontitis, and cardiovascular disease are all linked by inflammation as seen in a population based in Cali, Colombia. We conclude this issue with considerations and clinical guidelines for patients with fixed and/or removable restorations on natural teeth and implants.

Upon completion of reading these articles, the clinician will be able to:

  • State the recent technological advances in the diagnosis and the management of oral malodor that can allow for more predictable treatment outcomes, improved oral health status, and better quality of life.
  • Be aware of increasing scientific evidence-based linkages in patients with periodontitis and cardiovascular disease.
  • To recognize the importance of applying clinical practice guidelines (of the American College of Prosthodontists) for maintaining tooth- and implant-borne restorations.