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Why Would My Dental Implants Failure?

Posted on 2/6/2023 by Evan
Why Would My Dental Implants Failure?Dental implant procedures are often safe and effective. Nonetheless, just like any other procedures, they may not be 100 percent effective; they may fail, even though their failure is uncommon. If they fail in your case, do not panic. Visit our offices for additional checks and treatment.

Signs of Implant Failure

The most common signs that a dental implant has failed include severe pain and discomfort, inflammation or swelling of gums, and the implant becoming loose or moving about in your mouth. Watch out for these signs whenever you receive implants from a dentist.

Reasons Why Your Dental Implant Can Fail

Many reasons can cause your dental implant to fail. Some of those reasons are your general health, the standards of post-procedure care administered, and the competence of the dentist that handled the procedure.

Implant Misalignment

Sometimes, positioning a dental implant such that it is fully surrounded by the bone can be a great challenge. It could be that the ideal position in the bone is not actually the right position for the implant; hence it misaligns, causing the crown to look unnatural. This can cause the gums to recede, exposing the dark gray metal of the implant.

Failed Osseointegration

The development of the structural link between the bone and the implant is called osseointegration. The process can take weeks up to several months to happen. When the dental implant does not fully merge with the jawbone, it can make the implant get loose or even fall out. This is brought about by insufficient bone volume for the implant to fit into.

Dentists usually consider your bone density and the overall health of your bone to determine whether an implant is right for you. In case of insufficient bone, our dentist may recommend a sinus lift procedure or a bone graft to recreate the right conditions for your dental implant to be placed.

If you think that you need dental implants or want to know the risks and causes of implant failure, contact us for guidance. Please book a dental implant assessment with us today!

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