Patients with allergies and pregnant patients are in need of dental treatment as other patients are. But do you really know how to handle the patients in these special situations? Dr. Dr. Markus Tröltzsch and Dr. Matthias Tröltzsch, Ansbach/Germany, give detailed instructions to avoid as many risks as possible. Dental treatment of pregnant patients is a widely known problem in the dental office. What are the specific aspects that have to be considered?
Which drugs can be used in pregnancy and how does the stage of pregnancy influence your decisions? Dr. Dr. Markus Tröltzsch gives easy access to crucial knowlede about the treatment of pregnant patients in the dental office. Imagine the following situation: After the administration of local anesthesia on the alveolar nerve, a patients reports dizziness, itching and starts coughing. How would you react in this situation?
Or another situation: One month after the provision with a fixed partial denture, a patient returns to your office and claims that he is now suffering an allergic reactioin against gold alloys. What would you reply? Learn from Dr. Matthias Troeltzsch about the differential diagnosis of ostensible allergic reactions.