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Removal Of Infected/Failed Dental Implant – All-on-4 – Brighton Implant Clinic

We discuss why an implant would fail and how this is done, the video does include scenes of surgery. Viewer discretion advised. A dental implant on the upper jaw needed to be removed due to infection. The implant was removed under local anaesthetic. The upper all on 4 bridge was reduced in size and will be supported by just 3 implants for the next 4 months. After a 4 month healing period we will place another implant and allow this to heal for a further 4 months.

Eventually the upper all on 4 bridge will be supported on the previous 3 implants plus the new implant on the upper right side (posterior)

Please feel free to ask questions, for more information about our clinic http://www.brightonimplantclinic.co.uk

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