Dental implants have been used for years in restorative dentistry and they are known to have a very high success rate. Even with such a good track record, there are times when implants need work or repair. Replacement or repairs may need to be done on older implants. The implants used today have increased functionality and they are more aesthetically appealing than their predecessors. The advancements in dental technology and evolution of dental materials have increased the desirability and durability of current implants.
You may not know that your dental implant is in need of repairs. That is why it is important that you keep up with your regular dental visits. During your exam, Dr. Singla can make sure that your implant is working as it should and if he discovers a problem he will advise you on your options for correcting it.