While dental implants are a safe and effective way to replace missing teeth, there are a few potential complications that can arise. Some of the most common complications associated with dental implants include infection, nerve damage, sinus issues, and damage to surrounding teeth. In rare cases, the implant may fail to integrate with the jawbone or may become loose, which can require additional surgery to fix. To minimise the risk of complications, it is important to choose a skilled and experienced dentist for the procedure who can formulate a treatment plan specific to your needs and that you follow their instructions for post-surgical care.

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