According to the American Academy of Periodontology, 47% of adults <65 years and 60-65% of adults > 65 years have Periodontitis (formally known as chronic periodontitis).

We know it is irreversible and never cured, only managed. So, does it make sense that in most practices only 17% of patients are on a 3 month recall  when it should be 50%+?

Optimized Hygiene Department = Optimal Patient Outcomes = Practice Growth & Revenue.

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