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Both are correct. You should suspend taking that **** well before having any dental treatment involving the jawbone, since otherwise it vastly increases the risk of complications afterwards.
The dentist is also correct in saying there will have been lasting changes already. There is a blood test which can assess your risk of complications from implants. You may also need to go on a course of anti-biotics before undergoing an implant.
If you have been taking pills (not IV) however for less than 3 years your risk of complications is thought to be low. If longer than 3 years then implants are not recommended for you. Think plates or bridges instead.
Posted on Oct 24, 2016
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Posted on Oct 24, 2016
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Palatal implants is also known as the pillar
The process involves injected braided strands of
polyester into the soft palate. These implants then stiffen the palate which
It's a relatively new procedure and whilst there
don't' seem to be any serious side effects, the full effects of these implants
are still being studied.
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