Doctor Answers (13) on Dental implants
1) go for a digital opg (x ray)
2) go for pathological tests
d)vit d/ser calcium
f) prothrombin t
g)urine/ uric acid
3) if all seems ok then go for CBCT
4) upload intra oral pictures
After all this any opnion is relevant.
Dr vikas dahiya
In the absence of sufficient bone, it is best to go for removable options. If we can place just 2 implants, we can make implant supported dentures which fit firmly and do not cause the discomfort found in conventional removable dentures.
Basal implants should be used with utmost caution. Please consult an oral surgeon implantologist
There are multiple options to replace missing teeth (dentures, bridges , implats, basal implants - very less bone required, no need for grafting) .
would have to see an xray (OPG)to tell you what options are available for your mother.
Please email me an xray so I give you suggestions specific to her case.
Else removable options like cast partial denture and valplast are also available!