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Anemia Any Precautions Dental
What are the precautions for dental cleanings-prophylaxis without deep subgingival scaling of children with sickle cell anemia?
No extra precautions: Routine dental cleanings (prophylaxis) for children with sickle cell anemia are not different than dental prophylaxis for normal children. Because children are not sedated, the risk of decreased oxygenation is not there. For "operative" dental procedures such as tooth extractions and root canals, prophylactic antibiotics can be considered. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need more info.: Hypoproliferative anemia is a descriptive term, not a diagnosis. It means anemia because the bone marrow isn't making enough red cells. There are a great many causes from hormone deficiencies to chronic illness, malnutrition, vitamin or mineral deficiencies, cancers and myelodysplasia. The treatment depends on the underlying cause. ...Read more
Have the synptoms of anemia, but had severe dental abcess 2 weeks ago fear sepsis..But blood wrk ok. Only have county program.?
45yr female with celiac since June. Have dental issues, anemia w/I.V. Iron, factor5 leiden, horrible pain, cramps, diarrhea,joint pain. All docs say I don't need hospitals. Is this true? Fatigue& 80lb loss but insomnia. Help please. I am really sufferi
I have low epo output and extremely low iron stores in bone marrow(aspiration done). Chronic anemia-can be as low as 6.2-8.2 on regular basis Can this affect my teeth? It seems since my dx 8-10 yrs ago I have had terrible tooth decay and poor gums. Of cor
Possibilities: It could make you more susceptible to gums disease. It shouldn't affect your teeth unless something you are taking is causing dry mouth. Things that could affect your susceptibility to decay are menopause, vomiting, and heart burn. You don't have to have problems if you take care of your teeth. ...Read more
Not likely: The modern dental x-ray dose is very low. The x-ray beam is also columated so the beam is very small. Virtually no scatter exists. Also, the dentist generally shields your body with a lead apron. The beam is pointed at the patients tooth, not their abdomen. X-rays are much safer than dr oz will have you believe. ...Read more
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