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What are the risks involved in tooth implantation? Is HB & bone density matters for it ? & what are chances of its failure?
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Dr. Rohan Virani Mumbai | Implantologist
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With Swiss Implants there is no such problem. This thing happen in conventional implant. Also refer the following Web links for more info  FIXED TEETH  IN 3 DAYS http://www.trisadental.in/basal-implants.html Same day fixed teeth:- http://www.trisadental.in/same-day-fixed-teeth.html Swiss Implants :- http://www.trisadental.in/swiss-implants.html  Same day fixed teeth:- http://www.trisadental.in/same-day-fixed-teeth.html Swiss Implants :- http://www.trisadental.in/swiss-implants.html ALSO WATCH THIS VIDEOS FOR MORE INFO: Video 1 https://youtu.be/LAh3AbSDikg Video 2 https://youtu.be/kNkBtI6YNbA Video 3 https://youtu.be/rAC_m8jf8ps  
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A good planning will avoid any complications in an Implant surgery. An implant is suggested only when there s adequate bone height and width to accommodate the implant. Apart from that the medical condition and the nature of the local bone will also be taken into consideration. Nevertheless, there will b a few complications involved with any surgical procedure and ur Implant Surgeon would be competent enough to deal with them.
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Hi. Don't worry. No need to think about failure of implant bcoz we will made a brief medical history before placing an implant and there are so many techniques available to place a implants in low density or low level bone.
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Ami Sukhija Mumbai | Dentist
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Hello , a dental implant is placed after a thorough study of the patients medical history and dental examination . BONE height and density matters for placement as they would increase the success rate of an implant to completely fuse with the adjacent bone for long lasting result. With the help of newer technology CBCT doctors have a 3D view of the bone before placing which helps them predict the success to a certain extent . With any surgery some risks are involved . However if properly assessed and with proper after surgery maintenance these risks of failure can be avoided to a great extent . An experienced implantologist with credible degree is the choice of doctor you should be looking at .
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