A patient presents to your clinic and tells you they have cancer. Are you ready to provide them with personalized dentistry specific to their cancer diagnosis?
Treating the medically compromised patient is one thing, but treating the cancer patient can be slightly more challenging
Has your patient been diagnosed with:
Head and neck cancer and is going for radiation or surgery?
Leukemia or lymphoma and will be receiving a bone marrow transplant?
Is told they will be starting IV bisphosphonates and need a dental clearance?
Treatment planning and managing the medically compromised patient can be challenging, stressful and overwhelming.
Comprehensive care for the cancer patient can be unique and that includes dentistry.
Be prepared to confidently treatment plan and care for your cancer patient.
You may be a sole dental provider or work in a group practice but having another opinion to discuss a treatment plan can be insightful.
If you are interested in reviewing a case for additional support, I’m here to help