Thinking of going abroad for implants or already been and having issues?

Dental implants have become an increasingly popular option for individuals who have lost teeth due to various reasons, including accidents, decay, or gum disease. However, some people choose to go abroad to get dental implants at a lower cost. While the idea of saving money can be tempting, it can come at a cost. Many patients who go abroad for dental implant treatment find themselves facing failed implants upon returning home.

Failed implants can be caused by several factors, including poor surgical technique, lack of follow-up care, or the use of substandard materials. In such cases, patients often seek corrective treatment to repair or replace the implants. Here’s what you need to know about redoing failed implants after going abroad for treatment.

Firstly, it is important to choose an experienced and qualified implant dentist to perform your corrective procedure. Look for a dentist who has a proven track record of success in handling complex implant cases. Your dentist should be able to explain the reasons for the failure of your previous implants and present you with a treatment plan that addresses those issues.

I’m pleased to say I deal with many complex implant cases and will be happy to explore all suitable options to correct your issues. I am proud to use the very best materials, that allows me to deliver predictable & excellent results for my patients. If you have already gone abroad and in need of corrective treatment or your looking into implants, please do not hesitate to contact me and book in today.

Secondly, you should have realistic expectations for the outcome of the corrective procedure. In some cases, it may not be possible to achieve the desired result due to the extent of the damage caused by the failed implants. However, a skilled and experienced dentist will work with you to develop a realistic treatment plan that takes your specific needs and goals into account.

Thirdly, be prepared for additional costs associated with redoing failed implants. Corrective procedures can be more complex and require more time and resources than the initial implant treatment. Your dentist should be transparent about the costs involved and should provide you with a detailed estimate before proceeding with the procedure.

Lastly, it is important to take good care of your implants after the corrective procedure to ensure their long-term success. This includes following a strict oral hygiene routine, attending regular check-ups, and avoiding habits that can damage the implants, such as smoking or chewing on hard objects.

In conclusion, while it may be tempting to go abroad for dental implant treatment due to the lower cost, it can come with a significant risk of implant failure. In such cases, corrective procedures are often necessary to repair or replace the implants.

I will be happy to see you for a free consultation to discuss your options in correcting your dental implants treatment. Please do not hesitate to contact me today.

It may sound like a great idea to go abroad for any type of treatment. The costs are lower and you can get a nice holiday out of it. But in reality, you run a very real risk of things going wrong either during the procedure or after your return back to England. Now the problem is, if you have issues with the treatment, it can quickly rack up the costs, especially if you have to keep travelling back abroad. Now realistically, most people will not afford the time off work to keep travelling back.

Our natural teeth are the best we will ever have. Implant retained false teeth are very lifelike and realistic, and are the gold standard in replacing missing teeth. But nothing will compare to natural & healthy teeth. One of the biggest risks you run by going abroad, is causing irreversible damage to healthy natural teeth! If you would like to find out all your options, please do not hesitate to contact me today.