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Dental Treatment During Pregnancy

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Duration:

20:54

Instructor:

Dr. Dr. Tröltzsch

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? In this lecture, presented by Dr. Dr. Markus Troeltzsch, the observer gets easy access to crucial knowlede about the treatment of pregnant patients in the dental office.



The lecture is designed to provide dentists with basic knowledge, possible and necessary treatment procedures in pregnancy and the management of complications. This course includes a concise review about indications of pharmacologic therapy in pregnancy and discusses drugs that are appropriate in this situation.

Content of the expert video

During the embryonic period (1st trimester), the embryo is particularly susceptible to harmful influences.
During the embryonic period (1st trimester), the embryo is particularly susceptible to harmful influences.
Delaying an indicated treatment can be considerably more damaging for mother and child than correctly performing the treatment in question.
Delaying an indicated treatment can be considerably more damaging for mother and child than correctly performing the treatment in question.
Inferior vena cava syndrome can be prevented by positioning the patient slightly on their side during treatment.
Inferior vena cava syndrome can be prevented by positioning the patient slightly on their side during treatment.
Obviously, adjuvant medication should always be avoided wherever possible.
Obviously, adjuvant medication should always be avoided wherever possible.
Kussmaul breathing und obstetrician's hand are clear signs of hyperventilation in a pregnant patient.
Kussmaul breathing und obstetrician's hand are clear signs of hyperventilation in a pregnant patient.

The expert

Dr. Dr. Markus Tröltzsch

Practice Dr. Dr. Tröltzsch in Ansbach

Dr. Tröltzsch graduated in dentistry at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg 2005 and subsequently he graduated in medicine at the same university 2010. 
During his medicine studies, he did continuing studies with the curriculum for aesthetic dentistry of the Academy of Practice and Science and at the Department for Surgery of the University of Sydney and the Department for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Zurich. 
Dr. Tröltzsch works in the research group of Professor Messlinger (Department of Physiology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg), worked at the Depart ...more »
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