|Name of Disease
||Avoiding instant loading of the implants
||Very safe therapy for the controlled diabetic patient
||Slightly higher rate of failure compared to the patient without Diabetes
||-Patient should bring the glucometer-Eat everyday meals as per the prescriptions
|-Myocardial infarction-Angina-Endocarditis-Replacement of prosthetic valve
||Avoid the place with a prosthetic valve to skip endocarditis and other issues
||There is a long-term success of dental implants with controlled cardiovascular disease. This therapy will not disrupt the long-term anticoagulant treatment
||Cardiovascular disease has no direct contraindication, but the infection will occur. Proper care and prescribed antibiotics should be taken at the right time
||The palace if dental implants should be avoided through the latest MI/CVA care till six months of primary care
||The utilization of epinephrine needs to be avoided.
||The survival rates of different medically compromised patients with hypothyroidism indicate a massive success rate for the placement of dental implants.
||This therapy will make the patient most sensitive to sympathomimetic drugs like epinephrine.
||If the patient has any symptoms of thyrotoxicosis, then dental implants should be delayed.
||The patient with COPD asthma needs to receive prophylactic attention
||If the therapy is processed with proper precautions, then the patient will improve self-esteem and oral health.
||There is a huge chance of increasing dental erosion risks. There is a higher risk of a heart attack in a week.
||Patients should rinse their mouth after utilizing a steroid inhaler in order to decrease the critical incidents oforal candidiasis.
||If the person does not have sufficient structure for the dental implants, then there is no way for this therapy.
||This therapy is quite suitable for the rehabilitation of HIV-positive patients with the most controlled risk factors as well as “CD4+ cell counts”.
||The average marginal loss of bone is 0.83 mm at the HIV patient level, whereas 0.99mm at the implant level, but this is not a contraindication.
||The dentist should wear PPE kits, hand engines and sharp disinfectant objects.
||Dental implants will be easily performed along with a predictable prognosis with “osteoporosis: patient under specific oral bisphosphonates
||Research has shown that patients with osteoporosis do not visualize any significant risk for the dental implant
||Patients with this disease are not contraindicated for this therapy but can affect the jawbone.
||After a dental implant, the patient should adequately follow the medication. Doctors should determine the patient's metabolic rate before initiating.
|Radiotherapy in cancer patients.
||The dental implant process should be taken after six months of radiotherapy. It should be taken before radiotherapy
||It is highly needed before radiotherapy due to the osteonecrosis risks in irradiated fields.
||It has no direct contraindication but can be affected by radiotherapy if placed in the maxilla.
||Oral surgery needs to be performed before initiating the therapy
||The dentist should determine the bleeding disorder properly and understand it
||Significantly less loss of the mass of jawbones.
||There is no proper evidence to prove that the bleeding disorder is a contraindication to dental implant therapy.
||The patient should continue to bite down firmly on gauze sponges, applying little pressure by biting down on the gauge.
||The uncontrolled hypertension is 180/110 or more than this. This guideline should be followed
||There is no way to perform dental implants without stabilized blood pressure. It is impossible to initiate this therapy with a high blood pressure of more than 180 diastolic blood pressure.
||If the patient has high blood pressure, the patient tends to work hard. In this situation, the dental implants will be more complicated by anxiety.
||Hypertension medication should be provided before taking medical implantation.
||It is quite safe if used after the first trimester. It will be better after delivery.
||Changes in the immune system, as well as gestational Diabetes and inflammation in gums, can contribute to the optimum rate of a dental implant.
||There's no direct contraindication, but it is unethical to conduct therapy during pregnancy.
||Instruction of oral hygiene, polishing and plaque control needs to be performed essentially.
||In this situation, dental implants can be performed without the procedure of lengthy grafting.
||Implant in the mandible has a higher success rate rather than in the maxilla.
||Tartar development at the implant site can cause irritation in gum tissue through the toxin-emitting bacteria.
||The patient should follow the medication after completing the dental implant.
||Dentists should determine the stability of the bone because weak bone can fail the therapy.
||This will help to feel the tooth and jaw because chemotherapy can disrupt this tissue.
||A jawbone can grow back, but it may still have very little density, completely unable to hold the implant accurately.
||The patient should rinse their mouth with “0.12% chlorhexidine and check-up”.