There are certain medical contraindications to implant therapy, as complications that may arise can be serious or even fatal in certain conditions. Contraindications may be classified into three categories:
Here is a non-exhaustive list of the most frequent local, relative and absolute contraindications. It includes information about the risks of dental implants under these conditions, as well as possible solutions. It is worth noting that only a specialist can accurately assess the eligibility of a patient for dental implants, according to the information collected during the initial consultation with the patient (including known contraindications).
(Specifically to the anesthetic used during surgery)
Note: An advanced age does not pose problems if the patient is healthy.
Steps to install dental implants
All-on-4®, prostheses on dental implants
Care instructions for the fixed prosthesis
What is implantology?
Contraindications to Implantology
Types of Dental Implants
Mini Dental Implants
Metal-free dental implants
Fixed complete prosthesis on implants
Placement of one or more titanium implants
Placement of one or more ceramic implants
Tartar around the edges of implants