Is the implant harmful to the jawbone?

On the contrary, the implant is a treatment method that benefits the jawbone. When you lose your teeth, you tend to lose the bone mass in your jaw. Your jawbone needs the stimulation it receives when your teeth are attached to maintain mass. Dental implants are the only tooth acquisition option that replaces jawbone stimulation and helps prevent bone loss.

Implants are made of materials that do not have any side effects for our jawbone as a result of intense research. These are usually metals such as titanium. Therefore, it is not possible for the body to produce antigens against them and to reject the implant as in heart or kidney transplants.

In addition, no evidence has been found in the medical literature showing that implants cause cancer.