I have a patient who presents with a hemangioma of the facial region. This is the first such patient I have treated. I want to ask several questions for those who have experience treating patients with hemangiomas. I have treatment planned my patient for implants in the premolar and molar regions. Hemangioma is present on the right side of the patients face, continues intraorally at the gingiva and reaches the midline of the palate. The underlying bone is adequate on both sides. The patient’s present molars are going to be extracted. Has anyone had a similar case before? What is the possible reaction of the soft tissues? Is it dangerous to place implants in this patient?
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