What Case Is NOT A Case I Should Treat Periodontally?

At most courses or seminars these days, treating cases periodontally is quite often overlooked, if not outright ignored in favor of just talking implants or regenerative materials.

Over the years I've learned to trust my experience and instincts and if there's any question as to whether or not a case should be treated periodontally, the answer is without a doubt, "Absolutely!"

Of course, I've developed confidence in my assessments and treatment plans that help me arrive at this conclusion.

For you, it's vitally important to develop that same confidence as well because you need to convey confidence to your patients in order to gain their buy-in.

What do you think? How do you approach your cases?