With a 98% Success Rate, What Causes Some Dental Implants to Fail While Others Don’t?
Bone loss is a common concern in patients with missing teeth, because without teeth, the supporting bone does not receive the necessary stimulation it once did. For the successful placement of dental implants, a certain level of bone density is required to ensure proper stability for long-term smile restoration, or the implant could fail. In cases where there is not enough bone in the sinuses, the areas above the top two front teeth, Drs. Mario Canal and partners can perform a sinus lift to restore the bone levels in preparation for dental implants.