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Thursday, November 22, 2018
Diabetes and cosmetic densistry
Last Post 6/22/2018 8:24 AM by angiekelley. 1 Replies.
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jansieert Posts:1
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3/22/2018 2:09 AM
Hey every one,
My mom is trying to undergo full mouth restoration as she has several missing and cracked teeth. But she is suffering from diabetes. Last time after undergoing a root canal treatment her gums got infected and it took nearly 4 months for her to heal the infection. Will there be any such problems with this full restoration process? How long will be the process? Will there be any side effect? How can I make her prepare for the procedure? Which kind of sedation will be best for her? I am planning to take her to a cosmetic dentistry in Mississauga( http://www.willowdental.com/our-ser...dentistry/ ). Should I mention the sugar level status of her to the dentist? Will this full restoration can be covered by insurance? Please help me out!
angiekelley Posts:2
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6/22/2018 8:24 AM
The dentist takes extra care for the diabetes patients and it is possible that they may use other treatment method for it, so don't hide about your mothers current report from the dentist. Whereas if you are worried about the insurance cover [url="https://www.thehealthexchangeagency.com/"]click for more info[/url] and find details about the insurance or take suggestion from the agents who helped you plan your insurance.
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