Implant In Systemic Diseases

In implant applications, as in any medical treatment there may be situations that should not be present. These situations are called contraindications. If contraindications are well detected, harmful treatments will not be performed, and we will detect people who do not have contraindications and do the necessary treatments and we will not leave them toothless.

Contraindications can be divided into local and systemic. The presence of systemic diseases plays an important role in the planning and implementation of implant treatment. There are certain systemic diseases that affect bone metabolism, wound healing in tissues and ultimately the success of implant treatment. In addition, systemic diseases treated with medication or other methods have the potential to affect implants and surrounding tissues.

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