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How do you handle patients with blood pressure issues?

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We all know how important a normal blood pressure is to an individual’s overall health.  Yet, even as dental health professionals, we forget the role we play in making sure that our patients are aware of their blood pressure numbers and are taking the necessary steps to maintain a normal reading.  How do you handle patients like this?

With the new blood pressure guidelines released by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology in November 2017, it is likely that the number of patients you see in your practice with elevated blood pressure will increase. This is how you should handle this kinds of patients.

It’s not only important to know the new guidelines, but it’s equally as important to have a protocol to follow if a patient with elevated blood pressure numbers comes in for treatment.

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