Is It Safe to Have Pelleve with a Dental Implant?
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Pelleve safety with implants
It's always good to be cautious, but I haven't read or heard of any issues involving Pelleve and teeth or dental implants. The energy from the Pelleve handpiece works on skin, collagen, and fat outside the mouth, so it is believed to be safe for implants.
Pelleve facial skin tightening is safe with dental metal implants
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Dental implants should not be affected by Pelleve
At this time, it is believed that Pelleve will have no effect on dental implants. Treatment of facial wrinkles is far enough away from tissue around implants that there should be no problems.
Web reference: http://www.bestseattledentist.com/html/dental-implants.html
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Pelleve and Dental Implants
Currently, there is no clinicial documentation that states that Pelleve treatment has any effect (good or bad) on a dental implant. Based on the principles of tissue biology and the healing process, Pelleve shouldn't affect the composition of bone surrounding a dental implant. Similarly, since Pelleve treatment does not take place in the mouth, it should not affect the soft tissues around your dental implant.
Pelleve with dental implant. Is it dangerous?
I don't know of any problems with having pelleve along with your existing dental implant. I do not believe there is any concern. The heat used in the treatment is focused on skin and soft tissue and it is not extreme to cause thermal damage to implant or any other type of metal in the body (such as joints).
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