Full mouth of dental implants

by Cathy
(Bay Shore, New York)

I have a full mouth of dental implants on the bottom. My gum seems to be dissipating around the area of the teeth and I have pain. Will this worsen and cause problems?

Should this mean I should not have dental implants in the top?
Thank you.

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