Here at Canyon Oral and Facial Surgery, we understand that life happens! Whether you just got your sparkling new implant or you have had one for a while that is just wearing out, there are a lot of reasons that you may need to restore your dental implant. Injuries, age, or other factors like poor hygiene can all affect how well your implant withstands the tests of time. Lucky for you, there is no need to worry if something goes wrong, we will take care of you! Just come on in anytime if you have a question that needs answering and we will be more than happy to guide you.
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What Can Cause Problems with My Implant?While 95-98% of implants are completed successfully, there is still the chance for trouble. For example, you could experience failed osseointegration. This is just a big fancy term for your implant falling out. This means that there was a problem with the structure fusing to the bone in your jaw. Some possible reasons for this can include everything from improper bone density to issues with the anesthesia you were under during your procedure. You could also have a failed implant if you don't take care of it, or there is an infection.
Infections can lead to bone loss which can mean the implant must be removed. This is particularly true for smokers; whose risk of oral infections is significantly higher. You might also experience an issue if the tissue or the nerves surrounding the implant were irritated during the procedure, which can lead to chronic pain on one extreme or constant numbness on the other. There are many other issues that can lead to the loss of your implants, such as issues with loading the crown, sinus problems, or issues with bodily rejection or the implant itself. However, in many cases, there can still be a solution.
We Can Try AgainIf you did not catch the problem in time and the implant had to be removed rather than the problem remedied, after a sufficient heal time, we can try again. Sometimes trying again means that we have to go through with a bone graft to build up strength in the bone again, but it can be done. If we are confident that we can solve the problem, we can try again to get you back in tip-top shape. You must just be sure to take great care of your implants after the procedure is complete!
Canyon Oral and Facial Surgery is here to help in any predicament, even if your implant for some reason fails. We can help you to pinpoint the exact cause of the failure and help you to avoid having any problems again in the future. If you suspect that your implant is failing, or you are looking for help after confirmation that it has already done so, our expert team is more than happy to help, so give us a call and set up an appointment today!Centennial Hills: (702) 660-5574, Summerlin: (702) 660-5576