Dental Implants: Systemic Considerations: 2 units

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A review of the systemic medical conditions that affect treatment planning for dental implants.  Discusses absolute and potential systemic contraindications to implant placement.  Review the current standard of care and underlying risk factors in cases of osseous pathologies, hematologic disorders, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, malignancies, kidney disease, mental illness, alcoholism, tobacco use, cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular accidents, osteoporosis, age factors, etc.  Informs the dental professional regarding potentially compromising systemic factors that may contraindicate implant placement.