Dent Clin N Am 50 (2006) 547–562

Dental Management of Patients withHypertension
J. Bruce Bavitz, DMD, FACD
Department of SurgicalSpecialties, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Dentistry, 40th andHoldrege, Lincoln, NE 68583-0757, USA

Surprisingly, there is little ifany data to indicate that treating a patient with hypertension aloneincreases the risk for adverse outcomes or complications. Most dentists, however,realize that hypertension often leads to cardiovascular disease, renaldisease, and strokes, which are conditions that increase the risk forcomplications, both during and after dental care. Oral and systemic side effectsmay also arise from the medicines used to treat hypertensive patients. [continua]

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