Prof. Iain Chapple
Iain Chapple is Professor of Periodontology, Head of the School of Dentistry and Director of Research for the Institute of Clinical Science, University of Birmingham UK. He graduated 1986 from Newcastle University. Iain is former Scientific Editor of: the British Dental Journal; Journal of Periodontal Research and current Associate Editor of: the Journal Clinical Periodontology. He has written 10-textbooks and 29 book chapters. Iain served the IADR Periodontal Research Group (PRG) as President (2006-7), Group Chair (2008-1015) and Counsellor (2016). He served the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) as: Treasurer (2007-2013); EFP Workshop co-chair (2008-current); Foundation Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee; Editor of JCP Digest (2014-2016); EFP Secretary General (2016-2019). He was British Society of Periodontology President 2014-2015 and awarded the Charles Tomes medal of the Royal College of Surgeons (2011), the IADR PRG Rizzo Research Award (2001), and IADR Distinguished Scientist in Periodontal Research 2018. He was awarded the special citation award of the American Academy of Periodontology 2018. Iain leads Birmingham’s Periodontal Research Group, has published over 200 peer reviewed manuscripts in the international scientific literature.
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Thanks for the session and for answering my question
what’s the title of the book on oral medicine that you’ve mentioned, Dr. Iain?
Do any of you vaccinate in dental offices for HPV?
Thank you for the excellent presentation
would these systemic disease affect the teeth apart from periodontal?
we do the same in Australia aged care settings
Hi, How could the periodontitis be assessed in teledentistry/medecine ?
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Also how do you manage substance use disorder?
Can you suggest relevant agencies willing to fund oral-sytemic relations studies?
Any guideline or evidence on how oral health affects general health in population with special needs
Malgré toutes les précautions prises pour désinfecter la cavité buccale et les vaccines contre la Covid-19, l’infection par ce virus reste élevé, à votre avis quels sont les conséquences à long terme pour prévenir d’être infecté par ce virus dans le cabinet dentaire par les patients infectés
Me again – given the current prominence of oral health in the global health conversation (eg WHO Global Oral Health Action Plan), now is the time for national policy change conversations
With increases of sexually transmitted diseases what screening are you doing?
Thank you Iain, wonderful talk as always.
Hello – Dr Field – we will be working on an advocacy guide in the next phase of the project
Thank you very much….
Good Day am Haggai from Cameroon
a 6th year student in dentistry Thanks the awesome presentation .
Here’s my questions :Can an intra oral exam tell us more about general systemic health and if yes how ?
Thank you for the informative session.
Any studies that may link various therapeutic drug Effects on oral health and vice versa?
I particularly ask with regards to geriatric patients and medically complex cases.
I have been trying this for more than 20 years. Unfortunately many general practitioners are absolutely not open to the relevance of the mouth in connection to the body health.
So definitely there should be a curriculum in the universities for general doctors!
I attended the Scottish cardiovascular /diabetes conference in Aberdeen 2023 and was the only dental professional there – I explained I was there to put the mouth back in the body.
We need joint conferences 🙂
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systemic risk factors and periodontitis have a strong bond, and it becomes challenging to manage, control and improve periodontal health, especially in aged care geriatric patients. any guidance on this?
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Such project will increase the awareness of patients and also dentist and also Medical profesionnals
Over and over again we get bombarded by medical aid funders to reduce the use of financing for dental care. Is this something that needs to be addressed worldwide because it seems as if we are regressing when it comes to dental care
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I will review with my students this important information…
Sir should we recommend saline rinses after every meal to all of our patients ?
It is a great project of FDI:whole body health
To what extent can the causality be determined for relationship with systemic disease considering the host- genetic factors
Thank you for the excellent presentation
Great presentation sir
I gave a regime of oral health instruction to my patients which was according to Jorgen slots and included desinfecting mouth with 1/40 dilution of clorox, can you agree with this and cleaning teeth with bicarbonate of soda. What is the consensus on this. I had for 10 yrs very good results with this
What information do we give patients on daily mouthwash use, which can have a carpet bombing effect on the oral microbiome symbionts and their critical role in oral and systemic health?
Is periodontitis directly correlated to patients with diabetes and cardiovascular disease? How can patients improve their oral health?
does FDI have a brief brochure-style communications product that would be useful for national policy discussions with elected officials, patient advocacy groups and the staff of national Surgeons General?
Thank you very much for very fruitfull presentation… From İstanbul Türkiye
Great presentation thanks.
Which Trimesters is the safest to give dental treatment for pregnant woman?
Which evidence would you use to convince GP to pay more attention to oral health?
Do you test for or discuss risk of perinatal HIV transmission with pregnant women?
Thanks for the nice presentations
Do we have any evidence how oral hygiene affects overall health in population with special needs
Can oral health be related to neurological problems
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Whate the date of the Economist Journal with Oral Health on the front page? Thanks for sharing
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Hello all, thank you for joining! You can read more about the Whole Body health project here: https://www.fdiworlddental.org/whole-body-health
Any study on how oral health affects general health in population with special needs
Agradecido por la formación. Saludos desde España.
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How to motivate PPL for oral health
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