Can I Get Two More Implants? I Already Have One.
- Asked by galeintrinidad
- 1 year ago
1st Problem area: My right front number one tooth is an implant. The crown is loose so it comes out and I can slide it back on. 2nd problem area: my left front number one and two were removed by a quack dentist and presently I have a temporary bridge on that is attached via some kind of cement to my third front left which is my canine. Also I have a US visa and friends in New York and Texas whot will take care of me if I have to go into surgery again. Can you help me? Regards Gale
A person can always have more implants placed in their mouth if the tisues and bone are healthy. I would suggest consulting with a dentist that does implants or maybe more then one to get alternatives. Sometimes bridges can be done between implants.
Best of Luck,
Dr Scott LeSueur
Getting 2 More Implants When You Already Have 1.
You can have as many implants as your bone will support. Without seeing X-rays and photos, it is impossible to answer your exact situation.
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