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I lost two second polar upper teeths, which was completely removed. One was removed 4 years ago and another wayear ago. I'm planning to do a implant for the teeth which was a year. I have s doubt it's been a year whether I can do implant now or not. Kindly clarify
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Yes you can get implant done 6-8 weeks after extraction
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Surely you can have Implants. Before that have some pre operative investigations like routine blood test, CBCT etc done. Please visit a qualified Dental Surgeon.
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Namaskaram , Implants are considered to be the best option in replacing the missing tooth. However for placing the implants there are a number of pre requisites to be considered like the amount of space , density of the bone and the medical history of the patient as they play a major role for the success of the implant. kindly visit the dentist , as he can run a couple of examinations and opg to proceed with the further treatment. Team Shambhala .
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Surely u can do, it.  Before that u need X-ray's and CBCT for bone evaluation.
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First u have to consult the Dr, implant placement depends on availability of bone, consult as early as possible before you loose the bone
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The sooner the better always but before that the dentist wysiwyg some scans to find out details of bony conditions before implant placement
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Yes sooner the better for you
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The earlier the better... otherwise the sinus tends to grow down into that space and may need some minor corrective procedure during implant placement.contact your nearest implantologist for opinion regarding the same.
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meet the implantologist ASAP
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Yes you surely can
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YES YOU CAN GO FOR IMPLANT IMMEDIATELY. DOCTOR WILL DO ASSESSMENT FOR AVAILABILITY OF BONE & AS PER AVAILABILITY OF BONE IMPLANTOLOGIST WILL PLACE IMPLANT SO DON'T WORRY JUST GO FOR IMPLANT .
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GET ASSESSMENT DONE & GO FOR IMPLANT
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need to do a cbct scan to check the available bone if the bone is sufficient enough we can definitly go ahead with dental implants
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do the impants soon as there will be more bone loss with time
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