Dental implantation in a patient carrying the thalassemia gene!


Absolute contraindications to implant rehabilitation include recent myocardial infarction and cerebrovascular accident, valvular prosthesis surgery, immunosuppression, bleeding issues, active treatment of malignancy, drug abuse, psychiatric illness, as well as intravenous bisphosphonate use.

If you have a chronic disease, however you can not find it on this list, it does not mean you do not need to be prepared for surgery. Preparing each patient for manipulation individually means 30 percent success from the operation.
First of all, it should be noted that the beta thalassemia gene is inherited from mother or father. In fact, thalassemia carriers are practically healthy people, however of course they have their subtleties. Before the manipulation, blood counts are evaluated and the patient is prepared for surgery for several months together with the hematologist.
Moreover few years ago we extracted unerupted wisdom teeth.