Online tools to measure and communicate your patients’ risk of oral disease using simple numerical scores

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With PreViser / DEPPA we have an extensive published evidence base on which we continue to build

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University Use

Dental schools across the UK/USA are using PreViser for undergraduate teaching

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Personalised biofeedback for prevention and behaviour change.

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to Universities

Training their dental
students in oral
disease risk assessment

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Latest News

February 2020

ODRT logoA new round of OHI (PreViser) Awards has just been released through the ODRT. 4 small grants of up to £5k are available to support research programmes into the prevention of oral diseases with a specific emphasis on chronic diseases of ageing and patient-orientated research.

Applications submitted by 20 March 2020 are welcome from UK dental professionals and scientists.

Is it time that you acted on your great idea to benefit patient care?

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October 2019

We are delighted to announce a new enhancement to PreViser, designed to save you time in completing recall assessments.  
You will notice that for patients you have previously assessed with PreViser, next to each assessment type (perio, caries, oral cancer or comprehensive)  there is now a new purple arrow.  Clicking this will give you the option to upload the inputs from the latest assessment(s) that you have completed.  You then just need to review these values, change where necessary and submit.   The new recall function is optional – if you don’t want to use it, simply click on the assessment type highlighted in green.

We hope you find this useful. As ever, please contact us with any comments or suggestions.


July 2019

We are delighted to announce a new enhancement to PreViser and DEPPA. As you may know, the 2017 World Workshop Classification system for periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions was developed in order to accommodate advances in knowledge derived from both biological and clinical research that have emerged since the 1999 International Classification of Periodontal Diseases. The British Society of Periodontology provided guidance on how this should be implemented in practice through publications in the BDJ, a flowchart and a series of webinars which are freely available from the link here.

We have now incorporated the calculation of the staging and grading into PreViser and DEPPA. The staging and grading is an optional set of four additional questions which do not affect the underlying PreViser scoring but generate the classification text on the last page of the report.

We welcome your feedback.

Sheila Scott, Dental Consultant

I think Previser is one of the most exciting things ever to have happened to dentistry in the UK. It helps clinicians diagnose perio risks, and gives them a clear, evidence based and externally verified route for recommendations to manage those risks. Patients love it, and its a huge practice builder. Please talk to Liz about getting Previser into your practice.

Sheila Scott, Dental Consultant
Sheila Scott, Dental Consultant
GDC Standard 2.3

Give patients the information they need in a way they can understand so that they can make informed decisions.

GDC Standard 2.3
GDC Standard 2.3
Stephen Hancocks, Editor in Chief British Dental Journal, BDJ 2014 Vol 216

In terms of securing behaviour change, this oral health status scoring measure provides us with a tool not only to use in a daily, pragmatic and systematic way but also now with a centralised data recording system and cross validation against the most recent Adult Dental Health Survey.

Stephen Hancocks, Editor in Chief British Dental Journal, BDJ 2014 Vol 216
Stephen Hancocks, Editor in Chief British Dental Journal, BDJ 2014 Vol 216