Systemic Factors and Dental Implants Quiz

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What are two factors associated with a higher risk of implant failure according to the text?

Smoking and radiotherapy

Is poor glycemic control an absolute contraindication for implant therapy?

No, it is not

Name one systemic condition that may modify the treatment plan for dental implants.

Uncontrolled hypertension

What is required in select cases regarding patients with specific medical conditions?

Getting clearance from the patient’s physician

Why is a thorough systemic evaluation important prior to planning for dental implants?

To consider factors that may influence the success rate of dental implants

How does smoking impact the risk of implant failure?

Associated with a 35% higher risk of implant failure

What is becoming clearer about poor glycemic control in relation to implant therapy?

It is not an absolute contraindication provided that appropriate accommodation for delays in implant integration are considered

Name one medication intake that may modify the treatment plan for dental implants.

Anticoagulants

What has a strong influence on the outcome of dental implants according to the text?

Systemic factors

What has to be carefully considered in relation to systemic conditions and dental implants?

Any systemic condition that has the influence to alter the bone turnover or wound healing process

What is the influence of radiotherapy on the risk of implant failure?

Associated with a 70% higher risk of implant failure

What are some systemic factors that influence the success rate of dental implants?

Systemic factors such as smoking, radiotherapy, diabetes, uncontrolled hypertension, intake of anticoagulants, bisphosphonate therapy, and psychiatric conditions.

What percentage of higher risk of implant failure is associated with smoking?

35%

What percentage of higher risk of implant failure is associated with radiotherapy?

70%

Is poor glycemic control an absolute contraindication for implant therapy in diabetes patients?

No, provided that appropriate accommodation for delays in implant integration are considered.

What are some commonly encountered systemic conditions that may modify the treatment plan for dental implants?

Uncontrolled hypertension, intake of anticoagulants, bisphosphonate therapy, and psychiatric conditions.

In what cases is getting clearance from the patient’s physician required for dental implant planning?

Select cases, such as when encountering systemic conditions that may modify the treatment plan.

Why is a thorough systemic evaluation extremely important prior to planning for dental implants?

To carefully consider any systemic condition that has the influence to alter the bone turnover or wound healing process.

What is the influence of systemic factors on the outcome of dental implants?

Systemic factors have a strong influence on the outcome of dental implants.

What process has to be carefully considered in relation to systemic conditions and dental implants?

The bone turnover and wound healing process.

What are the risks associated with smoking and radiotherapy in relation to dental implants?

Higher risk of implant failure.

What type of patients may not be an absolute contraindication for implant therapy in relation to diabetes?

Patients with poor glycemic control, provided that appropriate accommodation for delays in implant integration are considered.

Test your knowledge of systemic factors affecting the success of dental implants with this quiz. Explore the impact of conditions such as smoking and radiotherapy on bone turnover and wound healing processes. Assess your understanding of the influence of systemic factors on the outcome of dental implant procedures.

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