Problems with dental implants are probably the last thing you want to hear about when you’re looking to replace a missing tooth or teeth with dental implants. That said, the procedure does have an impressive success rate overall of around 95% but like any surgery, certain problems can occur. Fortunately, the majority of these problems don’t occur that often and can be avoided with careful planning and care. So let’s take a closer look at 5 of the most common problems with dental implants and ways of avoiding them.
When you need to answer the question of dental bridge vs implant you need to assess your own needs, and how an implant or bridge could fulfil them. Both bridges and implants can be used to replace lost or missing teeth but they are technically very different approaches to similar challenges and their efficacy will depend on your specific case.