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What type of cancer do/did you have?#

The type of cancer will indicate the type of therapy and other complications.

Do you have any bone marrow suppression?#

Bone marrow suppression causes immunosuppression, susceptibility to infections, and increased bleeding tendencies.

What type of chemotherapy do/did you receive?#

Each type of chemotherapy causes specific toxicity and is associated with specific complications.

What is the schedule of your chemotherapy?#

Scheduling of chemotherapy is designed to minimize side effects and toxicity. Dental treatment should be scheduled accordingly.

Have you experienced any adverse oral conditions?#

The type, schedule, and length of chemotherapy will affect the oral mucosa and adjacent structures.

Antiresorptive agent-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw (ARONJ), also known as bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaws (BRONJ) Camera icon. may develop in patients taking intravenous antiresorptive agents.

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