Oral Medicine: Dental Management of the Organ Transplant Patient

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Educational aims of this juce

The aim of this section is to enable to you provide appropriate dental care for paients who have had, or are about to have, organ transplants.

Objectives:
You will learn how to manage and secure oral health before transplantation, provide appropriate treatment after transplantation, and what oral complications are associated with transplant patients. 

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