Loose Dental Implants

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What is Loose Dental Implants?

The greatest solution for replacing missing teeth is dental inserts because of its natural appearance and comfort. Additionally, even if not for a lifetime, you can enjoy them for a long time. Despite the fact that many dental implant patients never have any problems, some may feel that their dental implant has become loose. If your embed doesn't fit properly, you should have it removed as soon as possible to prevent any damage or problems from occurring to your gums and the area around them.

causes of loose dental implants

Causes of Loose Dental Implants

There are three major reasons why your implant may never feel secure in your mouth once more:

Failure of Osseointegration: 

This signifies that your jaw bone and the titanium implant have not fused entirely. This is quite intriguing, and it often only happens in the unlikely event that something went wrong during the embed of a medical treatment or your body reacts poorly to the embed. This usually happens over a long period of time in the underlying insert position during a medical procedure.

Peri implantitis

Peri-Implantitis is the term used to describe gum disease that affects a dental implant. On the off chance that you could live without your gums, microscopic organisms could contaminate the embed area, harming the surrounding bone and gum. The embed may unwind as a result.

Free Crown: 

Even though your implant may be in excellent condition, the crown that is held in place by the implant (the false tooth) may not be. Although this is exciting, it’s possible that over time the crown will loosen up and start to wiggle. If you’ve had your embed for a while, this is possible because your crown has a shorter lifespan than the embed itself (around 15 years), which makes sense given that the embed itself has a 30-year lifespan.

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Can a loose dental implant be replaced?

Most of the time, you only need to replace and tighten the little screw that holds the implant crown/abutment to the implant itself. On the other hand, all that is required if the implant crown comes off is a straightforward re-cement of the crown.

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