dental procedure

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medical procedure - a procedure employed by medical or dental practitioners
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High blood pressure: If a dental procedure requires the use of anesthesia, patients should ask their dentist if the anesthesia contains epinephrine, which in rare cases may result in cardiovascular changes.
Bonding is a relatively easy and inexpensive cosmetic dental procedure and is used to repair chipped or cracked teeth, change the shape of teeth, or be used in place of amalgam fillings.
We feel as though this approach is the best option for most patients because it allows them to remain in control during the entire dental procedure and yet the sedation helps to ease anxiety and fear.
Kristen Tavares, mother of two, felt unconscious while undergoing a routine dental procedure, eventually leading to a coma.
Subcutaneous emphysema as a complication of a dental procedure is uncommon.
The patient who receives dental treatment under general anaesthesia is usually a child, one with special needs, or one who requires an extensive dental procedure.
When trying to understand the risk of bacteremia that may lead to IE, they found that the transient bacteremia exposure during a brief dental procedure was a much lower risk to patients than the more frequent bacteria exposure we experience on a daily basis from routine activities.
Undergoing narcotic sedation for a dental procedure can increase the possibility of an infection, says Dr.
Bobby Darin apparently contracted endocarditis after a dental procedure and reportedly did not take his antibiotics.
The vast majority of infective endocarditis patients did not have a dental procedure within 2 weeks before the onset of symptoms.
This is anticipated or imagined pain of some dental procedure.
1-b) A dentist may not use mercury or mercury amalgam in a dental procedure unless, prior to such use, the dentist, in a manner that, in the dentist's professional judgment, will be understood by the patient, informs the patient of the following: (1) The intended use of mercury or mercury amalgam.