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FAQ:  Bone Grafts - Part B

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Bone Grafts Ask The Dentist Corinne Scalzitti Question:
Is it too risky for a person with diabetes, high blood pressure and osteoporosis to go through the process of the bone graft surgery after the dentist has taken out the molar? ... Visitor from CA

Answer:
You would need to have somebody to evaluate your situation.

But it is not out of the question for a person with diabetes, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis to have bone graft surgery be successful and to have a dental implant, if tooth replacement is the goal.

Corinne Scalzitti, DMD, MAGD

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