Dental Implant Complications
According to the American Academy of Implant Prosthodontists:
Implants are made of biologically compatible materials which have undergone extensive testing over a period of several years. Since these materials are largely metals, such as titanium, and have never been living tissue, there is no likelihood of causing an antigen-antibody response which could cause rejection similar to that which sometimes occurs with heart and kidney transplants.
Of the dental implant is placed into the jaw bone in the very beginning and if it is not properly noticed, the bone and gums may be affected by infections and it will infect the implant too. Mouth is the most vulnerable part and there are many chances to get contaminated and this will surely affect the tissues around the dental implant and the patient has to undergo the worst upshots.
There are really not too many things that can go wrong with dental implants. They can fail to integrate into the bone and come out. They can fracture or break. There can be problems with the connection between the implant and the prosthesis.
There can be an infection or an inflammatory condition in the soft tissue and sometimes in the bone as a result of the implant placement.
There can be damage to the nerves in the lower jaw and there can be damage to the maxillary sinus or the nasal cavity. All of these complications are rare and usually account for less than 5% of all dental implant treatments. These complications can usually be easily corrected.
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