Contraindications for surgical operations in the dentist.

Dental surgery, like any other, is characterized by a number of contraindications. All contraindications are divided into general and local, as well as absolute and relative. Absolute contraindications make the operation impossible. Relative contraindications are those diseases that can affect the course of the operation and its final result, therefore, before proceeding with the operation, it is very important to carefully consider the negative factors. Local contraindications include non-compliance with the rules of oral hygiene, malocclusion, tooth mobility. Depending on the specific operation, contraindications may vary.

Before each operation, a complete diagnosis is made of the patient, which makes it possible to determine the presence of certain diseases that may be contraindications for the operation.

Dental implantation is a rather lengthy process consisting of several stages. Of course, each case is individual, but on average the process of “engraftment” of the implant varies from 3 to 6 months; for this period a temporary crown is placed on it.

Contraindications for dental implants.

Contraindications for dental implantation Dental implantation is one of the most common surgical operations today, since dentures on implants are one of the most reliable ways to replace lost teeth. Absolute contraindications for dental implantation are diseases of hematopoietic organs and blood clotting disorders. In the case of diseases of the skeletal system, implantation is also contraindicated, since regeneration of the jawbone tissue may slow down, which will not allow the implant to “take root”. Absolute contraindications also include diabetes mellitus, tuberculosis, diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system, immune disorders, etc.

Local contraindications for dental implantation can be insufficient bone tissue for implantation, unsuitable bone structure and poor oral hygiene. There is also a group of temporary contraindications, the most important of which are pregnancy, rehabilitation after acute illnesses, alcohol or drug addiction.

Contraindications for dental surgery.

Contraindications for tooth-preserving operations The main goal of tooth-preserving operations is to avoid the extraction of a diseased tooth, therefore in dental practice such operations are resorted to very often. But in this case, such interventions have a number of contraindications, including tooth mobility of II and III degrees, severe destruction of the crown part of the tooth, acute infectious and cardiovascular diseases in the acute stage.

Thus, every dental operation is characterized by a number of contraindications, but not all of them make it impossible!

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