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How long implant last if someone does it at 20 year of age is there any compliated risk as it is made of metal
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Hello sir...    There is no complications of implant... As the implant is made in young age, the healing will also be good.... The implant is made of Titanium which is more biocompatible... A
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Hello sir, you don't have to worry about any complications because there won't be any such complications... At young age, the bone formation and healing will be good, so the best option for replacement of teeth is implants... It will be there for life long...
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Titanium is the most biocompatible metal known. So that is not a problem. Regarding longevity of implants it's difficult to say. The first titanium dental implant was placed in a human volunteer in 1965, by an orthopedic surgeon named Branemark. However they have not been in mainstream use for more than 30 odd years. In 1986, only one endosseous implant, the Biotes was accepted by the ADA. Even up to this period, the ADA believed that there was a need for continued scientific review and recommended restricted use of them for routine clinical use. However they should last you for many years as long as you maintain good oral hygiene and make regular dental visits
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