Dental Implant Salvage

Failing Implants? Our Dentist Are Here To Help You

If you or a family member are experiencing failing implants, Sachs Family Dentistry can help. Our experienced, knowledgeable dentists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of implant failure, and can provide a variety of solutions to restore the health of your teeth and gums. We understand that this can be a difficult time, and we will work with you to find the best solution to address your individual needs. Our team is committed to providing you with the highest quality of care, utilizing the latest technology and techniques to ensure you receive the best treatment. We strive to make your experience as comfortable and stressfree as possible. Contact Sachs Family Dentistry today to learn more about how we can help with your implant failure.

Why Do Dental Implants Fail?

Dental implants can fail for a variety of reasons. These can include poor placement of the implant, a lack of proper care, infection of the implant site, or a lack of adequate bone support for the implant. Other causes include smoking, poor oral hygiene, excessive trauma to the implant area, diseases, and medications. Implants can also fail if the patient does not follow the prescribed postoperative instructions, such as avoiding hard or sticky foods and maintaining good oral hygiene. Additionally, the body may reject the implant due to an allergic reaction or the body not accepting the material of the implant. Finally, implants can fail if the implant is not the correct size or shape for the area.

How Does Dental Implant Salvage Work?

Dental implant salvage work is a process that is used to restore a patient‘s tooth or teeth to its original state. This process is used when a patient has had a dental implant that has failed or been damaged in some way. The goal of dental implant salvage work is to replace the damaged implant with a new one, preserving the natural look and function of the tooth. To do this, the dentist will remove the failed implant, clean the site, and then place a new implant in the same location. The new implant is typically made from titanium and is designed to mimic the natural tooth structure. Once the new implant is in place, the dentist will finish the process by attaching a crown or bridge to the implant. The end result is a restored tooth that looks and functions just like a natural tooth.

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