It is not difficult to remove the implant. Discomfort and pain are the biggest complications of implant removal. You may also experience a finely cracked jaw and bone loss. During the removal, the dentist will determine the best method that does not cause much harm.
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Dental implant removing-
If the implant is not yet fused to the jawbone, the removal process is much easier than removing an implant that is already fused to the jawbone. The patient must be placed under anesthesia so that the dentist can remove the crown, abutment, and the implant itself.
Yes, a dental implant can be removed from a patient’s mouth, even if it is consider a permanent tooth replacement option. The list below includes three reasons to have your dental implant remove.
Change the position-
Occasionally, a dentist may need to remove an implant when it is no longer in the correct position. It is important that each tooth is correctly aligned as it ensures correct occlusion. This type of procedure is also called re-implantation surgery because it corrects the misaligned position of the implant.
The early implant failure-
Early implant rejection means that the implant is not properly attached to the jawbone. This may be due to some kind of infection or rejection of the transplant by the person’s body (also called host rejection). If a patient experiences early implant rejection, this usually occurs within the first 2-3 months after placement. Until the implant is removed, it can be difficult for the dentist to know if the initial failure is due to an infection or simply if the implant is not fully integrated into the jawbone.
The late implant failure-
Late implant failure means that the implant is failing even though it has been in a patient`s mouth for more than a year. Like early implant failure, late implant failure can also be due to a mouth infection or because the implant did not fully attach to the jawbone. A second additional reason is that there is too much force being placed on the implant, which causes it to become so loose that it may need to be completely removed from the mouth.
Are the implants right for us-
To find out if dental implants are the right choice for you, please contact us today to make an appointment and understand that you will have everything you need to know about the procedure. As our dentist has many years of experience in implant surgery, the initial consultation is a great opportunity to answer all your questions about implants.
The process is not painful in any way. What the patient feels the most is the warmth as the flute bur pierces the bone. A more technologically advanced method of implant removal today is to use a device called an adapter. This allows the dentist to remove the implant without cutting the bone.
5 Common Reasons to Remove Dental Implants:
Peri-implantitis is an infection at the implant site that can cause swelling and inflammation in both the soft and hard tissues surrounding the implant. This infection can be serious and can lead to bone loss if not treated promptly.
Loose dental implants –
There are several reasons for dental implant mobility. A dental implant can become loose if it is not seat properly or if the implant is not osseointegrate with the surrounding bone. Failure of the components that make up an implant is rare. If a component fails, the implant can be repair and certain parts replace.
Nerve damage –
The implant may be too close to the nerve or placed directly over the nerve. This can be very painful and requires immediate attention from a dentist or maxillofacial surgeon. In this case, the implant can be remove and replace later. Sinus problems – Placing an implant in the maxilla can cause sinus problems and lead to implant removal. After the area has heal, the implant can be replace.
Loose Crowns –
Occasionally, the implant crown may come loose, exposing the underlying dental implant. This can affect the integrity of the implant and ultimately lead to failure.
In reality, most implant patients have no problems for many years, if not a lifetime. Patients can help avoid the need for dental implant removal by following some simple precautions. Good oral hygiene both before and after surgery is essential to minimize the risk of infection at the implant site. Good oral health should be maintain throughout the healing period and after the final restoration is perform. It is essential to have a follow-up visit and schedule a professional cleaning to ensure that the implant is free of infection and inflammation.