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Two Myths About Dental Implants

Myth 1: Implants, like other dental procedures, require replacement.

Despite the fact that manufacturers provide a lifetime warranty for implants, in some cases, they may need to be replaced. However,  patients need to understand that it is not the implant that is placed into the bone tissue but it is the implant crown that needs to be replaced. For more information visit our website

When the patient has a high-quality implant placed and they follow all the recommendations for oral care, the implant crown serves for at least 15 years or more. However, if the patient does not follow the hygiene of the oral care the crown will last less. 

If there is a necessity to replace the implant crown on the implant, the patient does not need to go through all the stages of the implant placement again. In fact, the old implant crown can be removed, and the new one will be inserted on the implant. Moreover, there are no risks of rejection or any complications while installing the new implant crown. 

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Myth 2: Implants are better placed abroad

Medicine is really good in the US that’s why we are using American implants OCO Biomedical.  Here at Brickell Dental Care we provide high-quality material and the best service for affordable prices. 

These ten questions about placing an implant are the main myths that patients believe. Therefore, the patients refuse to perform the implants. We suggest it is really important to be aware of the information along with the medical explanations. For more details visit our website  

Additionally, We talked about the most common myths, but not all of the existing ones, so if you prefer to learn more information about implantation, we recommend drawing conclusions after a preliminary discussion of the topic with an implant dentist.

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