Pediatric oral surgery is generally well-tolerated by most patients. However, certain medical conditions may lead to adverse reactions or complications both during and after procedures. While most children's dentists have the experience and knowledge to treat emergencies during routine oral surgeries, occasionally such events necessitate a trip to the hospital. Here are four medical conditions that your child may have that have the potential to complicate oral surgery.
If your child has asthma, make sure the dentist is aware of the condition.