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If you have good general health then dental implants will almost certainly work for you. However, habits such as heavy drinking or smoking can increase the number of problems associated with initial healing and thereafter may negatively influence the long-term health of gum and bone surrounding each implant. Remaining teeth might also be compromised making treatment planning less certain.

Some dentists will decline to place implants if smoking cannot be reduced or given up altogether.

If you have any other complicated medical problems that you think might affect your suitability for implants then please speak to us, we will be able to get your situation quickly assessed – it is rare to have health problems that prevent the use of dental implants.

See the following case studies for an example:

Case Study – Dental Implants

When Nicola Lewin contacted us her upper and lower jaws were badly affected by gum disease, her teeth were loose and the x-ray showed excessive bone loss. Our experienced dental team …

Case Study – Camlog Implants

Louise was suffering from recurring abscesses for years and was in and out of a dental chair. Her NHS dentist couldn’t offer her any treatment apart from extractions and dentures, …

Case Study – Branemark All-On-Six and All-On-Four Implants

Alarmed by the deterioration of her teeth our client decided to undergo a full mouth dental rehabilitation in Budapest with bone grafting, dental implants and bridges.
Treatment: Temporary denture: upper …