Medically compromised patients in orthodontic practice: Review of evidence and recommendations
This article will discuss some medical conditions that might be seen by orthodontists. Also, recommendations and modifications of the orthodontic treatment plan will be discussed thoroughly.Materials and methodsA computerized electronic search of the literature was conducted in Google Scholar and PubMed and was limited to publications in English.ResultsOrthodontic management was studied in cases of Infective endocarditis (IE), Thrombocytopenia, Hemophilia, Sickle cell anemia, Thalassemia, Diabetes mellitus (DM), Thyroid Disorders, Asthma, DiGeorge Syndrome, HIV/AIDS, Organ transplantation, Orthodontic management, Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), Seizure disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Mood disorders, Schizophrenia and Eating disorders.RésuméIntroductionAujourd’hui, grâce aux progrès de la médecine, les patients médicalement compromis peuvent avoir accès à un diagnostic précoce et à une prise en charge médicale de qualité. Cela augmente leur espérance de vie et améliore leur qualité de vie. Par conséquent, un traitement orthodontique peut être fourni aux patients dont les problèmes médicaux sont bien contrôlés.ObjectifCet article traitera quelques-uns des problèmes médicaux que les orthodontistes peuvent observer. De plus, les recommandations et les modifications du plan de traitement orthodontique fe...
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