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  • 1. Inflammatory Diseases: It’s Not Just Perio Anymore February 5, 2010 MOHC Lory Laughter, RDH, BS
  • 2. Credentials • Clinical RDH – 16 years experience • Columnist for RDH Magazine – 4 years • Corporate Consultant – 2 years • National Speaker – 3 years
  • 3. Disclosures • Hygiene Specialist – Orapharma • Dental Relations Manager – Nuvora Inc
  • 4. Course Disclosure • List of diseases is not complete • Information changes often • Stay current
  • 5. Inflammation • A localized protective reaction of tissue to irritation, injury, or infection, characterized by pain, redness, swelling, and sometimes loss of function. • Inflammatory disease is one of a number of diseases characterized by inflammation
  • 6. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE When bacteria invade tissue WBC are dispatched to destroy the threat. The WBC devour the foreign cells (bacteria) and secrete oxidants and cytokines to signal for more WBC.
  • 7. Cytokines and your Heart • Proinflammatory cytokines – reduce infection and increase inflammation • Antiinflammatory cytokines – may be increased by Vitamin D. • Suggested link between impaired Vit. D and chronic heart disease. Ray Sahelian, M.D
  • 8. Inflammatory Response • Systemic response to inflammation • Liver produces C-Reactive Protein • White blood cells • Dilation of blood vessels
  • 9. C- Reactive Protein • Measured in blood to detect infection • Produced by liver • High levels in blood associated with Cardiovascular events, stroke and diabetes
  • 10. Sed Rate • Measures how quickly erythrocytes settle in a vial of blood • High levels suggest inflammation • Not site specific and can be elevated by other causes such as fatigue and diarrhea
  • 11. Systemic Response • Immune response is essentially the same regardless of the location of inflammation. • Often difficult to isolate the cause of inflammation – diagnosis of inflammatory diseases is often complicated. • Inflammatory diseases can/do co-exist
  • 12. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE Prolonged high levels of CRP signal a chronic inflammatory state Women's Health Initiative states: increased levels of CRP are linked to cardiovascular diseases
  • 13. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE Women with increased CRP 5 times the risk for cardiovascular disease 7 times the risk for Heart Attack
  • 14. PAD: Peripheral Arterial Disease • Narrowing or blockage of arteries that results in poor blood flow to the arms and legs • Can cause painful cramps when walking or exercising
  • 15. Possible Causes of PAD • Build up of plaque inside the walls of the arteries – atherosclerosis. • Gradually develops over a lifetime. • High cholesterol, high blood pressure, and smoking contribute to atherosclerosis and peripheral arterial disease.
  • 16. Possible Causes of PAD • In some cases, peripheral arterial disease can be unrelated to atherosclerosis and caused instead by inflammation of the blood vessels (vasculitis) and old injuries that damaged blood vessels. • Decrease in blood flow ‘starves’ tissues and muscles in the lower body
  • 17. Risk factors for PAD • High LDL Cholesterol • High Blood Pressure • Smoking • Diabetes • High Homocysteine levels
  • 18. Symptoms of PAD • Weak or tired legs • Difficulty walking or balancing • Cold/numb feet or toes • Sores that are slow to heal • Foot pain while at rest – advancing disease • Erectile dysfunction • Often NO symptoms until very advanced
  • 19. Treatment for PAD • Diet to lower cholesterol and BP • Low impact exercise • Angioplasty • Medications
  • 20. Medications for PAD • Antiplatelets – Plavix or aspirin • Cilostazol – serious side effects • Statins – lower cholesterol • HBP medication
  • 21. Oral Complications of PAD • Slow healing – Tissue trauma from smoking or biting • HBP Meds – Dry mouth – Tooth decay – Gingival hyperplasia
  • 22. Dental Treatment Considerations • Periodic position changes • Lesions may heal slower • pH concern from dry mouth • Increased decay rate
  • 23. Colitis • Inflammation of the large intestine and colon • Bacterial imbalance • Can be spread from person to person
  • 24. Causes of Colitis • Clostridium difficile • Antibiotic therapy • Infected by another person • Inadequate immune system
  • 25. Symptoms of Colitis • Diarrhea • Cramping • Fever • Blood in stool • Possible abnormal heart beat
  • 26. Oral Complications • Periodontal inflammation • Yeast infections • Erosion from nausea and/or vomiting • Will not see during acute disease
  • 27. Treatment for Colitis • Vancomycin and/or metronidazole • Fluids and electrolytes • Blood transfusion if severe anemia occurs • Possible surgery to remove area of perforations
  • 28. Dental Treatment Considerations • Repair areas of erosion • Neutralize pH of oral cavity • Treat infections locally and early • May not absorb vitamins/minerals well
  • 29. Dental Treatment Considerations • Judicious use of systemic medications • Systemic Flouride not recommended • Be aware of complexion • Check with MD during steroid treatments
  • 30. Rheumatoid Arthritis • Inflammation in the tissue lining the joints • Over time destroys tissue in joints and limits movement • 2 -3 times more common in women • Symptoms often begin at 40 -60
  • 31. Causes of Rheumatoid Arthritis • Exact cause is not known • Autoimmune disease • Appears to be some genetic tendencies
  • 32. Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis • Pain, Stiffness and Swelling of joints • Affects both sides of the body • Rarely affects eyes, lungs, heart and nerves
  • 33. Symmetrical Symptoms Affects small and large joints in symmetry
  • 34. Risks for Rheumatoid Arthritis • Genetic predisposition • Female • Between age of 40 – 60 • Cracking your knuckles does NOT cause or increase symptoms
  • 35. Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis • Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) • Corticosteroids • Weight control / exercise / adequate rest
  • 36. Other Treatments for RA • Physical Therapy • Biofeedback • Breathing exercises • Acupuncture
  • 37. Oral Complications of RA • Stiffness of TMJ • Medication side effects – Mouth sores – often wide spread and painful – Dry mouth – Vomiting – erosion of enamel
  • 38. Dental Treatment Considerations • Bite block and rest periods • Higher decay rate • Warm blanket or pillow around joint • Short appointments not first thing in day • May be slow to heal from tissue trauma
  • 39. MSRA • methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus • Can cause infection of skin, heart, blood and bones • Can be spread person to person • Can be hospital acquired – esp post surgery
  • 40. Causes of MSRA • Over population of Staphylococcus • Injudicious use of antibiotics • Unsterile surgical environment • Person to person spread
  • 41. Symptoms of MSRA • Skin infection that will not heal • High fever • Pain and/or edema • Drainage from wound – not healing • Fainting
  • 42. Treatment for MSRA • Antibiotics – intravenous common • Debridement of wound • NSAIDs • Long term monitoring – CRP and Sed Rate
  • 43. Dental Treatment Considerations • Resistant to antibiotics • No treatment when CRP is high • Susceptible to oral inflammation • Dry Mouth/ sores from NSAIDs
  • 44. Dental Considerations • Clinician/patient should not be in the office if MSRA is active • If outward skin lesions are present, avoid person to person contact • No office personnel in office when lesions are present – not even at desk jobs
  • 45. Periodontitis • Inflammatory Disease – Infection – Not a disease of calculus • Increased CRP levels • Often undiagnosed in early stages
  • 46. Causes of Periodontitis • Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection, specifically, red complex bacteria (RCB). • The bacteria associated with periodontal disease reside within biofilms above and below the gingival margin. • Biofilms are dense mixtures of organisms resistant to natural antibodies and proteins that the body uses to fight infection.
  • 47. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE • Cytokines in Periodontal Disease most often represented as IL-1 (interleukin 1) • Additional biomarkers in Periodontal Inflammation: ICTP (cross-linked carboxy- terminal telopeptide type 1 collagen)
  • 48. Treatment for Periodontitis • Mechanical debridement of infected sites – Scaling and Root Planing (non-surgical therapy) • Site specific antibacterial agents – Arestin/Atridox/Periochip – Subgingival Irrigation • Maintenance and monitoring
  • 49. Treatment for Periodontitis • Systemic anti-inflammatory – Periostat (low dose doxycycline) • Occasionally systemic antibiotics – Stop the inflammatory cascade – Potent and short-term
  • 50. ARESTIN Distributed by OraPharma Minocycline hydrochloride 1 mg prefilled carpule Adjunct to Scaling and Root Planing Easy application
  • 51. Treatment for Periodontitis
  • 52. LAA Facts • The LAA ARESTIN® (minocycline hydrochloride) Microspheres, 1 mg can help eliminate the bacteria that SRP can leave behind including: – P gingivalis – T denticola – T forsythia 2 x as effective as SRP alone in reducing RCB
  • 53. Bacterial Reduction with LAA In a recent microbiological study of patients with moderate-to-severe periodontitis, ARESTIN® + SRP: significantly reduced the quantity of red complex bacteria VS SRP alone.
  • 54. Citations • Williams RC, Paquette DW, Offenbacher S, et al. Treatment of periodontitis by local administration of minocycline microspheres: a controlled trial. J Periodontol 2001;72:1535-1544 • American Academy of Periodontology Research, Science, and Therapy Committee. Guidelines for periodontal therapy. J Periodontol 2001;72:1624- 1628.
  • 55. ATRIDOX Doxycycline hyclate 10% Flexible dosing – treat multiple teeth Gel that flows into pocket May not completely dissolve
  • 56. ATRIDOX • An important option in the treatment of chronic adult periodontitis. - Flows to the bottom of pocket, readily adapting to root morphology - Controlled release of doxycycline for a period of 7 days - Bioabsorbable- removal may still be needed - Takes only minutes to prepare and administer
  • 57. ATRIDOX Solidifies to a wax-like substance in minutes - Patient friendly - no anesthesia required Provides dosing flexibility. - Can effectively treat multiple sites with a single syringe. www.atridox.com
  • 58. PERIO CHIP Chlorhexidine gluconate 2.5 mg in a matrix of hydrolyzed gelatin/glutaraldehyde Broad spectrum anti microbial Single dose chip placed in pocket
  • 59. Perio Chip at 9 month check • Twice as many patients (30.3%) receiving PerioChip and SRP, had a PD reduction of 2mm or more (vs. control: 13.5%) • Control = SRP alone (or with Placebo chip) vs. SRP & PerioChip. • Chip was placed 1 hour after Scaling and Root Planing, and repeated at 3 and/or 6 months if PD remained 5mm or more.
  • 60. SUBGINGIVAL IRRIGATION Place antimicrobial solution into pocket - blunt end syringe - endo type syringe - powered irrigation device + allows for pulsating action + cannulas to reach deeper
  • 61. Inflammatory Diseases and Women • Be an advocate for early detection • Insist on testing for unhealed or slow healing lesions or edema • Encourage the women in your life to be proactive
  • 62. IBC • Often misdiagnosed as skin infection • Systemic complications from inflammation • Lowest 5 year survival rate • Insist on testing for unhealed skin lesions
  • 63. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease • Infection of uterus, fallopian tubes and other reproductive organs • Serious complication of some STDs • Inflammation often goes undiagnosed for years – patients don’t seek medical care
  • 64. PID in the United States • 1million women experience acute PID yearly in the US alone • 100,000 become infertile each year from PID • 150 women die yearly from PID complications
  • 65. PID • Associated with gonorrhea and chlamydia • Many sexually transmitted bacteria can lead to PID • Number of sex partners associated with PID - both of the woman and her partner
  • 66. PID Symptoms • Unrecognized by health care professionals 2/3 of the time • Abdominal pain • Discharge • Foul odor • Irregular vaginal bleeding
  • 67. PID Diagnosis • Ultrasonic evaluation • Bacterial testing – blood and discharge • Laprascopy often required
  • 68. PID Treatment • At least two antibiotics simultaneously • Woman and her partner both treated • Surgery for abscesses or scarring occurs
  • 69. PID Consequences • In untreated can lead to – Ectopic pregnancy – Severe Pain – Internal bleeding – DEATH
  • 70. Inflammatory Diseases • Localized manifestation of systemic condition • Often undiagnosed until later stages • Increased risk for cardiovascular events
  • 71. Our Role • Health Care Provider • Screenings provide valuable information – BP – Oral Cancer Screening • Recommend further evaluation
  • 72. Where to Look • PubMed • Web MD • Kaiser – www. kp. org • Amy’s List – AmyRDH.com
  • 73. Questions

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