Implant Restoration

This article was medically reviewed by Dt. Harun Duman

Reyap Hospital – Istanbul, Turkey

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FaQ – Implant Restoration

How often do dental implants need restoration?

The need for dental implant restoration depends on several factors, including the type of implant, the materials used, and the patient’s oral hygiene and habits. Generally, the prosthetic component of an implant may require restoration after 5 to 15 years, but this varies from patient to patient.

Is the implant restoration process painful?

Implant restoration is typically less invasive than the initial implant placement and is usually not painful. Patients may experience some discomfort, but local anesthesia and pain management techniques are used to minimize any discomfort during the restoration process.

Can a failed implant be restored?

The possibility of restoring a failed implant depends on the cause of the failure. If the failure is due to issues with the prosthetic component, restoration may be possible. However, if the failure is due to problems with the implant itself, such as infection or lack of osseointegration, a complete replacement may be necessary. A thorough evaluation by a dental professional is required to determine the appropriate course of action.

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