Risk Assessment for Behaviour Change
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Behaviour change as the result of risk assessment is a fairly new area in medicine and dentistry. The chapter provides theoretical and practical applications of risk assessment research in medical and oral health settings, concluding with work that shows how risk assessment can be used chairside to bring about behaviour change in patients with signs of periodontal disease.
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