Bisphosphonate-Induced ONJ: A Road Map for Treatment Decisions That Will Keep You Out of Trouble
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
PresenterWilliam Maher, DDS
Oral bisphosphonates have become very popular for the treatment of osteoporosis in both men and women. The more potent parenteral form of this same drug is used in oncology to prevent bone metastases. A growing controversy and uncertainty exists surrounding the relationship between their long term use and negative treatment outcomes involving invasive dental procedures such as extractions, implant placement and apicoectomies. This discussion seeks to arm the participant with facts to make sound decisions and minimize negative treatment outcomes. Topics will include: review of available bisphosphonates, indications for use, dose, and mechanism of toxicity.
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