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Does Radiation of my Neck Disqualify Me from Getting Dental Implants?
3 Doctor Answers | Asked by scrappe82
Radiation and dental implants
Most likely you can still have dental implants. I had radiation to my lower jaw 3900Gy and I have had a dental implant. It really depends on a number of factors, especially the dose, type and your age, Hope this helps
I am having radation treatment can I still have implants?
Ideally you should wait about one yr if you can if not ususally 15 session prior to care in a hyperbaric chamber before treatment and 15 or so hyperbaric treatments after implant surgery to decrease breakdown of jaw bone and infection be very careful!!! Good Luck Kevin Coughlin DMD, MBA, MAGD CEO Baystate Dental PC
Dental Implants In a Patient with Radiation
If your Jaw was in the field of radiation and if the amount of radiation is greater than the recommended threshold you may not be a good candidate for dental implants. This all depends. You may have the risk of osteoradionecrosis of the jaws. Seek the advice of a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. There are ways of preventing this from occuring so that you may be a candidate