Dental Health: Why Dental Implants May Also Fail

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Dental Health: Why Dental Implants May Also Fail
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There are two main types of dental implant failure, early and late. Early failures occur within the first three to four months of implant placement and are due to a lack of osseointegration. When considering placement or replacement of a dental implant, the clinician and client must examine risks for early failure.

It is very important to keep whatever God gave you. These include:

1.Autoimmune diseases (e.g., diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis) in which the body rejects the implant as a foreign body

2.Bisphosphonate medications that may affect the growth of bone support after placement

3.Poor blood supply due to the effect of medications or smoking

4.Overloading, when bite pressure is focused on the implant instead of surrounding teeth, occurs occasionally when the crown was not seated well, the implant is in a posterior location and the bite force is heavy, the client clenches or an implant bridge span is too long

5.Rejection of a foreign body, when the body will not allow integration and forces the implant out

6.Allergies to implant components can occur. Implants are titanium alloys and contain minor amounts of nickel that may trigger sensitivities. The client may complain of a burning or tingling at the site.

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