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Saturday, February 20, 2010 Sandy, Community Member, asks

Q: post reclast dental care

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Pam Flores, Health Guide
2/21/10 4:15pm

Hi Sandy, welcome...  Did you have your dentist check your oral health before the Reclast?  Generally that's what we're supposed to do so if we need any work done, like extractions, they can be done before the infusion.

 

At this point you should just make sure that you are keeping up a good cleaning routine.  If you should need any invasive workd done, ask the dentist how long you must wait since you've had the infusion already.

 

Good luck, I hope the infusion work and that you don't have any dental problems to deal with.

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Sandy, Community Member
3/14/10 7:38pm

Had my first Reclast and it was no problem.  My Rheumatology office suggested that no dental work be done 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after Infusion.  Thank you so much for your input.  I really appreciate your help.

Sandy

 

 

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Pam Flores, Health Guide
3/14/10 8:09pm

Hi Sandy, I'm so glad you didn't have any problems.  Good luck with this and keep us posted on your progress if you don't mind.

 

Great News...Smile

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