Dental Implant Failure Happens


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Dental implant failure is real and sadly happens to more people than you think.

Implants can fail at any stage during the process. In some cases, dental implants fail long term. With that being said, dental implants are the strongest replacement for missing teeth and in most cases, a permanent solution. However, sometimes dental implants fail.

If your dental implants are failing it is time to schedule an appointment with Bela Family Dentistry. With locations in both Georgia and South Carolina you are in the best hands if you are dealing with dental implant failure.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are posts or screws that are surgically placed in or on the jawbone. After the implant has fused to the bone, a process known as osteointegration, artificial teeth are placed on top of the screw.

Why Do Dental Implants Fail?

Dental implant failure happens for several reasons. The first being poor oral hygiene. Called peri-implantitis, this happens when people don’t brush and floss dental implants. While they may be false teeth, they still need to be taken care of just like natural teeth.

Dental implant failure also occurs because of poor planning and poor placement by the implant doctor who executed your surgery.

Regardless of why your dental implants are failing, your dentist in Georgia has a solution.

Bela Family Dentistry uses state of the art technology for dental implant failure and can help you with follow up care and dental implant maintenance.

The First Signs of Dental Implant Failure

If your gums have been bleeding more easily lately or if you have noticed swelling or redness around the dental implants you could be setting yourself up for dental implant failure.

Pain is another huge symptom of dental implant failure. If you are in pain it is essential that you schedule an appointment with Bela Family Dentistry.

Other Symptoms of Dental Implant Failure Include:

  • Severe discomfort and pain
  • Gum recession around the screw or post
  • Difficulty biting or chewing food
  • Swollen gums
  • Shifting implant or implants
  • Loose implant or implants
  • Sudden allergic reactions
  • Teeth grinding or bruxism
  • Strange feeling around dental implant
  • Implant movement

Dental Implants in South Carolina and Georgia

If you have noticed any of the above signs or symptoms, or your dental implant just doesn’t feel like it used to, you could be looking at dental implant failure in the near future.

The dental team of doctors from Bela Family Dentistry has the experience and training to repair or replace failing dental implants.

If you would like more information regarding dental implant failure, call, send a text or a direct message to a team member from Bela Family Dentistry. Your dental implants depend on it.

Call for a consultation today.


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