Presented by Hygiene Edge, LLC
2 CE Credits | Cost: FREE
Thursday, February 2, 2023
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CST
Are you currently documenting the 2018 AAP classifications on every patient? Standard of care necessitates that each patient have an AAP classification in health, gingivitis, or periodontitis. Implants have become commonplace in the oral cavity and also need an AAP classification assigned and documented when present. In this course, we discuss how to accurately assign an AAP classification for each patient wherever they fall on the health to disease spectrum. It will also include a review of instrumentation techniques for each classification.
Identify the AAP classifications for health.
Review the AAP classifications for gingivitis.
List the 3 AAP classifications for implants.
Describe staging and grading of periodontitis according to the 2018 AAP classifications.
Review instrumentation techniques for health, gingivitis and periodontitis.