Dealing with Dental Implant Failure

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If you are dealing with implants that don’t feel like they used to, call Bela Family Dentistry. If your implants hurt, are loose or just don’t seem right you could be dealing with dental implant failure.

Dental Implant Failure Help

The implant dental team in Augusta has the experience and is licensed to help you with dental implant failure if your implants feel wobbly are beginning to swell or even bleed.

Dental Implant Failure Signs:

  • Implant Infection
  • Bleeding and Tender Gums
  • Implants Showing Through Gums
  • Implant Mobility
  • Receding Gums

What Causes Dental Implant Failure?

People suffer from dental implants for a number of reasons with poor oral hygiene at the top of the list. In fact, the number one cause of dental implant failure is a condition known as peri-implantitis.

This type of disease causes inflammation and gum tissue infection. This will eventually compromise the bone affecting stabilization. If your screws and posts begin to wobble, full dental implant failure isn’t far behind.

People at risk for Peri-implantitis

Some of the reasons that people may suffer from peri-implantitis include poor oral hygiene, chewing and smoking tobacco. Poor placement, inaccurate bone health and/or healing could also be to blame.

Dental implant failure also occurs in patients suffering from systemic diseases such as diabetes.

Poor oral hygiene is the leading cause of peri-implantitis. This makes oral hygiene imperative if you want to avoid dental implant failure.

Although your teeth are artificial your gums are not. You need to brush and floss like you used to. You should also use a medicated mouth rinse to keep bacteria from getting out of hand.

Bela Family Dentistry to the Rescue

Because your implant dentist in South Carolina has decades of experience you can expect proper diagnosis and treatment.

Beginning with antibiotics and a deep clean, Bela Family Dentistry will hopefully be able to help your situation without surgery.

With that being said, patients with severe peri-implantitis may require surgery to remove the damaged gum tissue.

The bone may need to be examined and repaired at the same time as well. With guided tissue regeneration your dentist is able to regenerate your lost tissue and bone.

No More Problems

Bela Family Dentistry, with locations in Augusta and South Carolina is the only practice to consider for dental implant failure.

If you or someone you know is having issues, call or send a direct message and schedule an appointment with Bela Family Dentistry today.

 

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