1. An International classification system for periodontal disease is required for all of the following reasons EXCEPT _______________.
  1. The new classification system differentiates gingival health and gingival inflammation occurring _______________.
  1. The term “Dysbiosis” refers to _______________.
  1. The focus of “Precision Medicine” is to determine which treatment approaches will be most effective for patients based on their _______________.
  1. Staging of periodontal disease includes _______________.
  1. The human microbiome is comprised of a “core” and a “variable” part. The core is shared among all humans, while the variable microbiome is exclusive to each individual and based on their _______________.
  1. The oral cavity houses the second largest number of microbiota next to the GI tract.
  1. A major paradigm shift has occurred recently in the etiology of periodontal disease, based on the concept(s) of _______________.
  1. In stable periodontitis patients with a reduced periodontium, if there are no signs of inflammation and pocket depths do not exceed 4mm, the case would be classified as _______________.
  1. Gingival diseases that are considered to be Non-dental Plaque-induced, include all of the following EXCEPT those _______________.
  1. Aggressive periodontitis is not included as a category in the new classification because _______________.
  1. Necrotizing periodontal diseases are characterized by _______________.
  1. For periodontal conditions that fall under the category of “Periodontitis as a Manifestation of Systemic Disease,” their primary diagnosis should be classified under _______________.
  1. What are the essential requirements of a periodontitis case?
  1. When classifying the stage of periodontal disease, the extent must also be identified. “Localized” is differentiated from “generalized” by LESS THAN _______________.
  1. When Grading a Periodontitis Case and considering risk factors, a Grade B would be someone who _______________.
  1. A 42-year old male patient presented himself for examination complaining of bleeding gums. While reviewing his medical history, he disclosed that he is a non-smoker but was recently diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. He claims his last HbA1c value was 6.2%. Upon clinical examination, he had numerous 4 mm pockets and one 5mm pocket on the mesial of #15. Evidence of slight radiographic horizontal bone loss was also noted in that area. All teeth were present and biofilm was moderate. Your initial classification of his case type is _______________.
  1. A 65-year old female patient presents for her 3-month maintenance appointment. She has been a heavy smoker for the past 40 years and is on 3 antihypertensive medications as well as Lipitor. She has lost 6 molars due to periodontal disease over the past 10 years which have been replaced with two partial dentures and has a subsequent ridge defect. She has numerous pockets that are between 5 and 7 mm with bleeding on probing and one 8 mm pocket. There is extensive radiographic bone loss around the remaining 2 molars that exceed 50% and vertical bone loss evident adjacent to a premolar. Furcation involvement on one molar is a Class III. Bleeding on probing is noted in some areas but is not as extensive as one would expect. Her plaque control is relatively good with only slight biofilm noted. You classify this case type as _______________.
  1. Which of the following statements is true?
  1. Peri-implant mucositis is characterized by _______________.