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Foundations of Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist (Fourth Edition)

Chapter 4 — Classification of Periodontal Diseases and Conditions

Lesson Plans, Chapter 4, Classification of Periodontal Diseases and Conditions

Goals of the Lesson


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Selected Key Terms


Gingivitis

Periodontitis

Periodontal disease

Classification system

American Academy of Periodontology
ognitive
: Students will be able to identify various classifications of periodontal disease.

Motor: Students will practice recognizing gingivitis versus periodontitis.

Affective: Students will recognize the value of the AAP Classification of Periodontal Diseases and Conditions.

Learning Objectives


The lesson plan for each objective starts on the page shown below.

4-1 Name the two major categories of periodontal disease. 2

4-2 Define and contrast the terms gingival disease, periodontal disease, and periodontitis 3

4-3 Explain the historical background of the periodontal classification systems 4

4-4 Explain the importance of a classification system for periodontal disease 5

4-5 List, describe, and differentiate the various periodontal diseases according to the current classification system established by the American Academy of Periodontology… 6



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Objective 4-1


Name the two major categories of periodontal disease. Date:



Lecture Outline

Figures, Tables, and Features

Resources and In-Class Activities

Outside Assignments

Evaluation

Instructor’s Notes


Content

Text Page

PPt Slide

  • Gingivitis

    • Inflammation of the periodontium

    • Confined to the gingiva

    • Clinical signs: Bleeding, redness, and swelling

    • No attachment loss

    • Can be reversed with professional treatment and good self-care by patient

  • Periodontitis

    • Inflammatory disease of supporting structures of periodontium (gingiva, periodontal ligament, bone, and cementum)

    • Characterized by inflammation, apical migration of the junctional epithelium, and attachment loss

    • Irreversible tissue destruction

    • Includes destruction of connective tissue, periodontal ligament fibers, and alveolar bone.



74, 75

Sec. 4.1,

4--8



Figures

4-1: Periodontal disease, p. 74




.

Outside Assignments


Have students create a chart differentiating the classifications of periodontal disease. Answers should be submitted online.




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Objective 4-2


Define and contrast the terms gingival disease, periodontal disease, and periodontitis. Date:



Lecture Outline

Figures, Tables, and Features

Resources and In-Class Activities

Outside Assignments

Evaluation

Instructor’s Notes


Content

Text Page

PPt Slide

Gingival disease

Involve inflammation of the gingival tissues in response to bacterial plaque

Periodontal disease

Inflammation of the periodontium

Does NOT mean periodontitis or gingivitis

Periodontitis

Inflammatory disease of the supporting structures of the periodontium including the gingiva, periodontal ligament, bone, and cementum


74, 75

Sec. 4.1,

2--8


Figures

4-1: Periodontal disease, p. 74

4-2: Decision tree, p. 75


In-Class Activity

Have students create a tree combining questions relating to periodontitis and gingivitis that can be distributed to their patients. Evaluate their creations for feedback.









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Objective 4-3


Explain the historical background of the periodontal classification systems. Date:



Lecture Outline

Figures, Tables, and Features

Resources and In-Class Activities

Outside Assignments

Evaluation

Instructor’s Notes


Content

Text Page

PPt Slide

1989 Classification

Included five types of periodontitis

Emphasized age of onset

Emphasized rates of disease progression

Problems:

-unclear, overlapping categories

-inappropriate emphasis on age and rate of progression

-no gingival disease classification

1999 AAP Classification

Considers different factors:

-clinical manifestations

-pathogenic microbial flora

-host response

-rate of progression

-systemic influences


76

Sec 4.1, 13--15

Tables

4-1, 1989 Classification of inflammatory periodontal disease,

p. 76

4-3, Changes from 1989 to 1999 classification, p. 77




In-Class Activity

Have students work in groups to cite examples of changes in periodontal classification









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Objective 4-4


Explain the importance of a classification system for periodontal disease. Date:



Lecture Outline

Figures, Tables, and Features

Resources and In-Class Activities

Outside Assignments

Evaluation

Instructor’s Notes


Content

Text Page

PPt Slide

Classification system

Grouping of similar entities on basis of differing characteristics

Systems change over time

Importance of periodontal classification system

Communicate findings to other healthcare providers

Present information to patient on current condition

Assist in deciding diagnosis and formulating treatment plan

Predict treatment outcomes



76--79

Sec. 4.1,

10--11





In-Class Activity

Have students describe consequences of not using a classification system for periodontal disease conditions; answer the question:” How would patient treatment be different?”









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Objective 4-5


List, describe, and differentiate the various periodontal diseases according to the current classification system established by the American Academy of Periodontology. Date:



Lecture Outline

Figures, Tables, and Features

Resources and In-Class Activities

Outside Assignments

Evaluation

Instructor’s Notes


Content

Text Page

PPt Slide

  • Gingival diseases

  • Chronic periodontitis

Localized

Generalized



  • Aggressive periodontitis

Localized

    • Generalized

  • Periodontitis as a manifestation of systemic disease

  • Necrotizing periodontal disease

  • Periodontitis associated with endodontic lesions

  • Developmental or acquired deformities and conditions

74--81

Sec. 4.1,

17--19


Tables

4-2: Main categories: AAP classification of periodontal diseases and conditions, 1999, p. 77

4-4A: AAP classification of gingival diseases, p. 78

4-4B: AAP classification of periodontitis and other periodontal conditions, p. 79






Outside Assignments


Have students create a chart differentiating the classifications of periodontal disease. Answers should be submitted online.

Evaluation

TG, Chapter 4 exam







Legend: DP, Discussion Points; IC, Image Collection; PPt, PowerPoint; TG, Test Generator. Note: All electronic ancillary assets can be found on the book’s companion Web site at thePoint.lww.com.

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