The dental implant is a procedure in which a tooth is replaced by connecting an artificial tooth to the jawbone. The effects of this procedure can produce great results if your teeth look natural and genuine. However, some procedures can cause dental implant complications. In particular, when the patient’s general health status is not ready for the process.
The problems and complications associated with implants are listed below:
The connection of the implant to the jawbone and its access to the gums may cause infection. When the implant is placed on the jaw for the first time, there is a high probability that this complication will occur. In some cases, even with great care, infections can occur if tissues are exposed in the area of the dental implant.
This happens because it’s a foreign body that enters your natural body system. For sensitive systems, rejection sometimes occurs, and it’s difficult to proceed with the procedure. This type of problem also occurs in other operations such as liver or kidney transplants.
If two or more teeth are placed in an implant, it can cause an overload that can overload the supporting bone too much. It’s important that not much pressure is exerted on the implant after surgery. Healing time is required for the bone to build up and withstand pressure.
If the titanium implant bends or breaks, there is a mistake, and this can lead to complications that must be corrected immediately. However, due to modern and advanced technology, this is very low compared to previous years.
This is possible in particular if an infection has occurred in the dental implant. The inflammation occurs in the gum and bone area. The above common complications can be avoided if you have a reliable and credible dentist. The preparation of the procedure is completed, and there are measures to avoid such problems.