Indications and contraindications for dental implants are established on the basis of anamnesis, general examination, assessment of the patient’s psychoemotional state.
ABSOLUTE CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR DENTAL IMPLANTATION
- Chronic diseases of the body (tuberculosis, rheumatic disease, diabetes mellitus, diseases of the oral mucosa, stomatitis, etc.).
- Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs
- Diseases of the skeletal system that reduce its regenerative capabilities.
- Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system.
- Malignant tumors during the period of special therapy and some time after its completion.
RELATIVE CONTRAINDICATIONS TO DENTAL IMPLANTATION
- Periodontitis (acute and subacute forms).
- Incorrect bite and increased abrasion.
- Poor oral hygiene and lack of habit of maintaining it.
- Precancerous and tumor-like diseases in the oral cavity and jaw.
- The presence of metal implants in other areas (Kirchner spokes, mini-plates, screws, wire sutures, artificial joints, heart valves, pacemakers, etc.)
- Diseases of the temporomandibular joint
- Bruxism (subconscious constant compression of the jaws and their grinding, especially in a dream).
- Anatomical features of the structure of the jaws, excluding the possibility of implantation (bone atrophy, retained teeth, proximity of the maxillary (maxillary) sinuses, etc.), which requires previous bone-reconstructive operations.
- Temporary contraindication is pregnancy and lactation.
SOCIAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR DENTAL IMPLANTATION
- Careless attitude to one’s health, smoking, systematic drinking of alcohol, irregular eating, and the use of large quantities of coffee.
- Features of professional activity – heavy physical exertion, extreme and traumatic sports.
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