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Oral implant surgery in patients on medications
23rd Global Dentists and Pediatric Dentistry Annual Meeting
July 17-18, 2017 Munich, Germany

Mehmet Sefa Hacibektasoglu

Istanbul University, Turkey

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Dentistry


Considering oral implant surgery in patients with systemic diseases might be a challenge in certain cases. Medical evaluation of dental implant patients should be perfectly evaluated in order to avoid major complications and achieve better outcomes. One of the main factors that should be assessed in the medical evaluation of these patients is the use of drugs by patients. The pharmacological effects of common medications used by the patient, the complications that the implant can cause, and the precautions to take are absolutely necessary to be considered by the surgeon. Particularly, certain medications used in the treatment of diseases such as type II diabetes mellitus, hypertension, heart disorders and osteoporosis expose some risks for implant therapy. In this presentation; dental implant planning, some critical factors to be considered in the surgical stage and the success of implant placement in patients who are on various medications will be evaluated.

Biography :

Mehmet Sefa Hacibektasoglu has completed his Dentistry Graduate Education from the Faculty of Dentistry, Marmara University. He started his PhD in Department of Oral Implantology at Istanbul University in 2016 and is currently, working in Department of Oral Implantology at Istanbul University.

Email: dtsefahacibektasoglu@gmail.com