I am having hearing problems with

by Mrs Osborne

I had a full upper bridge on 4 implants over a year ago. I am having hearing problems with an echoing sound all the time with tinnitus. Can this be associated with the implant and if so can anything be done about it?

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Ear Ringing / Deafness
by: Sharon B., RDH

Hi Mrs Osborne,

Your implant most likely has nothing to do with the tinnitis or deafness in your ear. It is thought sometimes that tinnitis is brought on by things a simple enough as not drinking enough water. You could also have a buildup of ear wax blocking the ear canal from it being able to work properly. Never put a foreign object into your ear canal in attempt to clean it out, you will need to see your medical practitioner for them to remove any buildup and perform tests on your ear.

Hearing problems with dental implants NEW
by: Margaret Anonymous

I agree with the previous comments but not the explanation. I too have exactly the same symptoms with echoing hearing since I had a full upper dental bridge with 4 implants?I do not think its a coincidence as I did not have this problem before the implants. I think it is something to do with bone conduction..

Tinnitus and implant NEW
by: Sip

Within weeks after getting my implant I have tinnitus. I also think its no coincidence. Very frustrating.

Tinnitus and implant NEW
by: Sip

Within weeks after getting my implant I have tinnitus. I also think its no coincidence. Very frustrating.

Tinnitis-Grinding Noise NEW
by: Anonymous

I had tooth extraction bone reconstruction surgery to prepare for dental implants summer of 2012. No problems. In December I had surgery #2 and the implants were inserted. Two weeks later IMMEDIATELY upon the stitches being removed I began the non-stop, 24-7, grinding sound in my ear. The next day I went to an ENT who told me I did not have an "ear" issue to go back to the oral surgeon. I did so and was told I had TMJ. Went to physical therapist for TMJ therapy and it made things worse. Oral surgeon says that with time and crowns in place sound will go away. I got my crowns on today--if this sound doesn't go away I may go crazy!!!

Any suggestions...and oh by the way, I don't care what my oral surgeon, ENT or dentist say -- I am CONVINCED I have nerve damage and no one will believe me.

CONSTANT TAPPING SENSATION IN EAR NEW
by: ANOTHER VICTIM?

I had an implant of top right side molar 2nd in from back. There was initial concern @ the the bone thickness, but dentist ( not a perio, prObably that was the mistake)thought it was enough. About 7-8 months later I stated to have a non-stop tapping sensation in my right inner ear. therE was/is no pain.
I contacted the Dr. a.o. He saw me, did say that it could be the implant. there was some receding bone @ implant, due to TMJ. A problem I have never been told I had prior.
I have poor teeth/gums inspite of fastidious dental hygeine, numerous root canals, a bone graft ( that had NO problems), but never been told TMJ. Anyway, I started on antibiotics, which stopped the symptoms A.O. As soon as I stopped taking the antibiotics, the tapping resumed. Conclusion INFECTION. I couldbn't stay on antibiotics forever, & was able to find a supplement that took care of the symptoms for almost a year. However, it is now back. I believe, the bacteria develpoed a resistence to the supplements, & my body has not become strong enough to fight it,the tapping is driving me nuts..
I visited the dentist recently. the xray showed the bone around the implant looks healecd, but it looked to me that the implant screw has breached the sinus above it. The dentist told me this time to see an ENT. I am going back to my Perio- dontist in the hopes he will be able to do something......

Permanent hearing loss after placement. NEW
by: JudyB

Immediately after my 3rd implant on the upper left was placed, I had vertigo, tinnitus and a very significant hearing loss. I elected not to have conscious sedation because I did not have anyone to drive me home. I was awake for he procedure. It was extremely loud. I had a bone graft with the previous 2. The oral surgeon told me that the bone was very hard. He did what he called tapping to get the implant placed. I say that it more like hammering. I am sure that my hearing loss was due to noise trauma associated with placement of the implant, which failed very soon after placement due to infection.

Tinnitus secondary to a dental implant NEW
by: Anonymous

I recently had a upper tooth implant placed and a few weeks later developed a low hum in my left ear which is constant although changes in volume. I am in excellent health and have no other medical problems and I'm a minimalist as far as submitting myself to medical interventions.

I believe my tinnitus is directly related to my recent tooth implant. At the moment I will learn to live with it.

To Sharon B NEW
by: Anonymous

I believe it is very disrespectful to comment as you did. My tinnitus had not gone away ... 18 months since implants. Blowing off symptoms to cover up a medical mistake is absurd!

To Sharon B NEW
by: Anonymous

I believe it is very disrespectful to comment as you did. My tinnitus had not gone away ... 18 months since implants. Blowing off symptoms to cover up a medical mistake is absurd!

To Sharon B NEW
by: Anonymous

I believe it is very disrespectful to comment as you did. My tinnitus had not gone away ... 18 months since implants. Blowing off symptoms to cover up a medical mistake is absurd!

Tinnitus following dental implant NEW
by: S. B.

Immediately following the placing of a dental implant, I developed loud tinnitus and hyperacusis. I saw an ENT who sent me for hearing tests. I have nerve damage in both ears at 4,000 hertz, consistent with high frequency sound exposure. I had a local a aesthetic for the proceedure and it sounded like a jackhammer in my head while the drilling was being done to place the implant. The implant looks great, but I paid a high cost with the damage to my ears. I share my story as a warning.

Tinnitus following dental implant NEW
by: S. B.

Immediately following the placing of a dental implant, I developed loud tinnitus and hyperacusis. I saw an ENT who sent me for hearing tests. I have nerve damage in both ears at 4,000 hertz, consistent with high frequency sound exposure. I had a local a aesthetic for the proceedure and it sounded like a jackhammer in my head while the drilling was being done to place the implant. The implant looks great, but I paid a high cost with the damage to my ears. I share my story as a warning.

Tinnitus after titanium dental implant NEW
by: Ilene

I developed tinnitus 3 weeks after dental implant. It's started as on/off but now 6 weeks later is non-stop. Surgeon said was coincidental. That's a common pattern for a surgeon's response to this following dental implant. I need the implant out because of this.

Ringing in my ear NEW
by: Eddie

Soon after my dental implant I started to hear ringing in my ear whenever I was chewing. I decided that it wasn't. So bad so I lived with it. Now six months later the ringing is louder and constant. Do I have to have the implant removed to gain my hearing back, or is it too late?

doctors/dentists always say "coincidental" NEW
by: Ilene

It's so interesting that so many people report after getting dental implants they develop tinnitus and doctors/dentists tell them it's coincidental. That's exactly what my dental surgeon told me when I reported to him I that I developed tinnitus 3 weeks after getting the implant. He told me the implant had nothing to do with ringing in my ears, just like others have been told by their doctors. I call this BS on the part of doctors.

There's a clear pattern of people reporting tinnitus after dental implants. That's an awful lot of coincidences of the same thing happening. It's the kind of BS response you'd expect from General Motors about faulty breaks. After developing tinnitus, I've also now developed joint pain 2 months after the implants, joint pain I've never had. Oh, I know, it's a coincidence. BS to that! My goal is to get my implant out.

Tinnitus and its relation to implants is also starting to show up in scientific research, such as this one.

Annals of Anatomy - Anatomischer Anzeiger
Volume 194, Issue 2, 20 March 2012, Pages 190–194

Morphofunctional aspects of dental implants
Georg Meyera, Jochen Fanghänelb, , , Peter Proffb

Summary
Although oral implantology is among the most beneficial developments of modern dentistry, the widely spread opinion that the long-term outcome of implants is superior to that of natural teeth has been refuted. To evade uncritical extractions, the morphofunctional properties of natural teeth and implant-supported restorations are compared from a proprioceptive and occlusal trauma perspective. The periodontal ligament of natural teeth provides the central nerve system with feedback for sensory perception and motor control. Conversely, the lack of such proprioception causes lower tactile sensitivity and less coordinated masticatory muscle activity in implant–borne restorations and makes them more prone to occlusal overload and possible subsequent failure. Moreover, occlusal anomalies may be conducive to parafunctional activity, craniomandibular disorder, tinnitus, and headache.

Oral implantology, therefore, has to take appropriate account of occlusal conditions and the biomechanical and neuromuscular aspects of masticatory function.





mine it titanium NEW
by: Ilene

I just want to note I've made other comments on this site. I have titanium implants. I'll consider replacing the titanium with zirconia ceramic implants. Zirconia is supposed to be better, but I'm sure they must carry risks too. I'll do a lot more research before I put zirconia in.

Everyone with titanium should also consider researching on Google Scholar issues with titanium implants. There are many issues. For one, fluoride is shown in multiple studies to corrode titanium dental implants. There's a toothpaste out with a very low fluoride for people with dental implants.

Dentists/surgeons don't tell you about the fluoride issue. I think either they don't know or don't want to talk about it. Stop using fluoride then your other teeth are at risk for decay.

Dentists like to tout that titanium dental implants have a 98 percent success rate. That doesn't address various health issues people have. Actor Dick Van Dyke in 2013 reported that he had pounding headaches for 7 years and doctors couldn't come up with a reason. Finally, it was determined his titanium implants caused the headaches.



Tinnitus in right ear following two titanium implants. NEW
by: Anonymous

I developed tinnitus in my right ear two weeks after receiving two lower titanium implants. The sound is unbearably loud when I am trying to sleep, and it has made my life an absolute living hell. I strongly advise people who wish to get implants to consider other options available to them.

Tinnitus in right ear following two titanium implants. NEW
by: Anonymous

I developed tinnitus in my right ear two weeks after receiving two lower titanium implants. The sound is unbearably loud when I am trying to sleep, and it has made my life an absolute living hell. I strongly advise people who wish to get implants to consider other options available to them.

Tinnitus in right ear following two titanium implants. NEW
by: Anonymous

I developed tinnitus in my right ear two weeks after receiving two lower titanium implants. The sound is unbearably loud when I am trying to sleep, and it has made my life an absolute living hell. I strongly advise people who wish to get implants to consider other options available to them.

Implants associated with tinnitus NEW
by: Anonymous

I developed tinnitus 3 weeks after getting an upper titanium dental implant. There are many people saying the same thing. There is mention in the medical literature of this happening. It's real. I haven't had a crown put on my implant now for almost 7 months because I'm thinking of having the implant removed to see if the tinnitus clears. There are reports in the medical literature that is some instances the tinnitus does clear up when the implant is removed. What a mess. Report your side effect to the FDA. That's the only way this issue is going to get notice.

26 months and counting... NEW
by: Anonymous

I posted for my first time above. It is now 26 months later and NOTHING has changed...I am victim and the fact I can't do a damn thing about it makes me nuts! I'm sorry for all you experiencing similar symptoms. Some of you are even worse off. I am going to take the poster's recommendation and report this to the FDA, but you know what. I don't think they care. My oral surgeon still goes yachting and lives the good life and I "am exaggerating" and live with this sound in my ear. Somehow I have to believe there has to be justice...

link to report to FDA dental implants/tinnitus NEW
by: Ilene

You can report to the FDA online your complaint that you developed tinnitus following your dental implant. See the link below and on the right side of the page start your complaint as a consumer. How else will they know there is a problem? Please note if it was titanium or ceramic implant. Mine is titanium. The implant is a medical device. You may have to copy the link into your browser. We need to report this to help ourselves and others.

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/medwatch/

link to FDA NEW
by: Anonymous

Here is the link to report to FDA online that you developed tinnitus after getting your dental implant. Please identify if titanium or ceramic. Mine is titanium. This is my second posting of the link. If this posting still doesn't work, Google "file FDA complaint" Dental implant is considered a medical device. How will FDA know there is a problem unless we file the complaint? It will help us and others.

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/medwatch/

nice NEW
by: Gertina

Hearing is something far more important than you might think. I say hearing certain sounds or not hearing anything can have some serious effects on our body and soul. Especially echoing sounds can make us go crazy. ::: Meaningful Use

Tinnitus after two lower dental implants. NEW
by: Anonymous

After receiving two titanium lower dental implants in December of 2014, two weeks later I developed severe tinnitus in my right ear that sounds like a humming noise (somewhat similar to "the hum" - you can hear the sound for yourself on YouTube if you look for it) which becomes significantly lessened by being outdoors. I've also developed a sensitivity to electronic devices like laptops, gaming consoles, etc. I went to see an ear, nose and throat specialist - he said it can't be associated with the two implants. Uhhh, what? 29 years of my life and I've had PERFECT hearing, never had any problems whatsoever. Clearly there is something that needs to be addressed here. I can't even believe this is happening to all these people and nobody is addressing it.

Buzzing in my ear NEW
by: Anonymous

I just had a dental implant two weeks ago . Now I have this sensitivity to sound. I wish I read this before getting one

dental nightmare/titanium implants NEW
by: :(

I have a long & difficult story. I believe dental work can affect hearing--causing dizzy sensations and tinnitus/hyperacusis.

These problems may be due to jaw issues from injuries or incorrect bite, bite issues due to jaw issues or incorrectly sized teeth, problems with dental implants, and possible reactions to dental implant materials.

I've had symptoms that have been attributed to other causes all my adult life. But tinnitus started after I had titanium lower implants placed. It started gradually, however, so I didn't connect them.

I repeatedly told dentists teeth were too large, that my jaw hurt, etc...but they just said I'd adjust to it. Well, I can tolerate a lot but I eventually lost most of what I cared about--my work, my home, my friends--as symptoms got worse.

Eventually, a dentist removed by upper implants after convincing me an allergy to titanium was causing some of my problems. Nothing improved, & I do show an allergy, but I didn't let him remove the lower.

Now, I've found very good dentists who are saying I have so much bone loss and jaw problems that they doubt any restorative procedure is possible. This involves more than dentistry--it is oral surgery, ENT, bite experts, and more.

I don't know what I'm going to do. Tinnitus has gotten so bad & I'm very worried.

Doctors do not work together as they should. They also market implants as if the teeth were a piece of jewelry of something. No one should get implants for cosmetic reasons. And no one should do immediate loading.

I'd add more information when I know more. I am so upset--and I have spent so much money on dental work and time in research work just to find out what I now know.

re allergies--coventional drs deny allergy possibilities to titanium, and alternative dentists swear they are real. So far, they won't talk to each other. So I don't know what this means. I know however that if you bring it up, you run the risk of people thinking you are nuts.

Teeth are part of the entire body & everything works together. Doctors must put their egos aside to serve their patients.

I hope I'll be ok.

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Remove implant? NEW
by: Ilene

Has anyone had their dental implant removed? Did the tinnitus go away or improve?

I ask because I developed tinnitus a couple of weeks after getting an implant and am thinking of having it removed.

Dental implant related to Tinnitus ear issue (?) NEW
by: Concerned

Wow, if this is an issue, I am dismayed there is not more research on it! I have been searching the web for articles and there is not much information. From my own experience, the dental implant sounds like a reasonable explanation of my ear issues. I had a dental implant in the lower right (#31) and within the same timeframe my ears (especially my right one) had hearing loss, dizziness from liquid in the ear, ringing and pressure in the ear. It was so bad the ENT put tubes in. The tubes helped the dizziness and pressure, but I still have constant ringing in the ears, and still some hearing loss more than two months later. I have been to ENT, ear specialist, even an allergist, and am searching for an answer. The Ear specialist was the one that seemed interested in my dental work. He also diagnosed me with TMJ, which he said could be contributing to the ringing in the ears. My ENT says to just give it time.

lost hearing and tinnitus NEW
by: Anonymous

About 10 days after having 2 implants in my right lower I lost the hearing in the right ear. Went back to the oral surgeon a few days later and he said there was absolutely no connection. It quickly moved to the left ear. After seeing multiple MD's and taking all kinds of meds; 6 months later I have significant hearing loss and ringing and humming that could put anyone over the edge.... Everyone I spoke to said "no connection" to the surgery. I am so glad to have found this site to know I am not crazy and that others have also had this problem. I will by submitting my information to the FDA site, thank you for posting it.

lost hearing and tinnitus NEW
by: Anonymous

About 10 days after having 2 implants in my right lower I lost the hearing in the right ear. Went back to the oral surgeon a few days later and he said there was absolutely no connection. It quickly moved to the left ear. After seeing multiple MD's and taking all kinds of meds; 6 months later I have significant hearing loss and ringing and humming that could put anyone over the edge.... Everyone I spoke to said "no connection" to the surgery. I am so glad to have found this site to know I am not crazy and that others have also had this problem. I will by submitting my information to the FDA site, thank you for posting it.

Four years and counting... NEW
by: Anonymous

Day to day I am able to live with this sound in my ear. It is now four years in since the implant surgery. I filled out the complaint form and how things usually go, no one ever contacted me. I recently moved and started seeing a new dentist. I told him of the issues, but of course once again this is my problem-that implants are safe. The only thing I can do is pray for those with worse ear issues than me and for those making billions while I still work a full day. One day, although I will not see it, justice will be served.


Implant Removal and Tinnitus NEW
by: Anonymous

Has anyone had their Tinnitus go away after removing their implant?

tunnitis after dental implants NEW
by: Anonysmous

two months after I have titanium dental implants Ii woke with a heavy headaches tinnitus, dizzy hot air coming out of my ears even though I had the implants remove I still have problem such as tinnitus, headaches and dizziness
. sometime stay awake all night because the tinnitus is so strong and I lost a lot of money. the dentist who did them don't care because she already got your money; I hope FDA should do something about this dental implants problem.

One implant on lower left. Immediately lost hearing. NEW
by: Anonymous

After having one implant done on the lower left side I experienced hearing loss in my left ear. I went back to the oral surgeon 5 days later and told him of the hearing loss. He claimed he never heard of this and said it was definitely not caused by the surgery. It's now been 3 weeks since the surgery and my hearing is still bad along with a slight hum while listening to TV or Music. Will start seeing ENT next week. Hopefully this is not permanent. How do all these Doctors dismiss this so quickly and say it's not related? Don't they have access to the Internet like us common folk? Or do they just not give a damn.

Ear Loss VS Implants NEW
by: Ingrid

January, 2017 and it's been 7 months and I still have one month to go before my new bridge on the upper left side can be put on.
Last visit with the implant dentist here in Texas was in December when I had asked him if there might be a correlation between the implant procedure and my new found hearing problem. Well, he became very defensive and noticed his usual smiley demeanor changed drastically. He said it had nothing to do with what he has done. According to my ENT, I developed a blockaae in my Eustachian Tube. This usually happens when your landing with an airplane, but, mine had developed one month after the implant screws were put in the left side of my mouth. I have not been able to eat on my left side since June, 2016. I may consider not being able to use my left side of my mouth for this long period may contribute to this condition and also the fact that they have to open your mouth too wide to fit his large hand to perform this delicate procedure.
There is also the fact that they did not raise my left sinus cavity but instead said he put a plate in front of the screw so it does not reach the sinus cavity.

For me to have this resolved and not have to go through the balloon procedure to unblock this tube more than once; I am contacting a number of lawyers to see about starting a 'CLASS ACTION LAW SUITE". WE SHOULD ALL REALIZE OUR STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL ONLY DO SOMETHING IF ENOUGH PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT IT. NO DENTIST WILL ADMIT THE IMPLANT PROCEDURE THEY HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO FOLLOW BY OUR FDA IS NOT A HEALTHY NOR GOOD PROCESS FOR US THE CONSUMER.
Good luck to all who have encountering and are affected by using this implant procedure .

Ear Loss VS Implants NEW
by: Ingrid

January, 2017 and it's been 7 months and I still have one month to go before my new bridge on the upper left side can be put on.
Last visit with the implant dentist here in Texas was in December when I had asked him if there might be a correlation between the implant procedure and my new found hearing problem. Well, he became very defensive and noticed his usual smiley demeanor changed drastically. He said it had nothing to do with what he has done. According to my ENT, I developed a blockaae in my Eustachian Tube. This usually happens when your landing with an airplane, but, mine had developed one month after the implant screws were put in the left side of my mouth. I have not been able to eat on my left side since June, 2016. I may consider not being able to use my left side of my mouth for this long period may contribute to this condition and also the fact that they have to open your mouth too wide to fit his large hand to perform this delicate procedure.
There is also the fact that they did not raise my left sinus cavity but instead said he put a plate in front of the screw so it does not reach the sinus cavity.

For me to have this resolved and not have to go through the balloon procedure to unblock this tube more than once; I am contacting a number of lawyers to see about starting a 'CLASS ACTION LAW SUITE". WE SHOULD ALL REALIZE OUR STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL ONLY DO SOMETHING IF ENOUGH PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT IT. NO DENTIST WILL ADMIT THE IMPLANT PROCEDURE THEY HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO FOLLOW BY OUR FDA IS NOT A HEALTHY NOR GOOD PROCESS FOR US THE CONSUMER.
Good luck to all who have encountering and are affected by using this implant procedure .

Me too. Tinnitus. NEW
by: Anonymous

In Sept of 2016 I had a titanium implant installed in the upper left side of my jaw. I had excruciating pain 48hrs after installation and at the 2 month mark found out it was infected. I had called the office 3 times suspecting something was wrong but got the brush off. No periodontist or dentist should be installing these things in a dental office. It's surgery and should be done in a completely sterile environment. I walked out of the periodontist's office and found an oral surgeon. I was in surgery 3 days later and he felt we should try to save the implant rather than remove it, which would require raising my sinuses. My ringing started after this 2nd surgery in Nov 2016. I saw an ENT and was told the ringing was due to the stress of 2 surgeries. It has now been 3 months and the ringing is constant. I go to bed with it, I wake up with it. I could have lived without the tooth. I mentioned it to the oral surgeon and his attitude toward me changed and he said there was no correlation. It is now mid Feb 2017 and the ringing and pressure in my head and ears has not changed. Next week I'm supposed to go for the "healing cap", the next step and I dread it. I feel stuck in the middle of the is process. I've already spent over $3,000. I've been in and out of depression for the last 4 months. I was an extremely healthy person before all of this. I rarely get sick, am a health nut and exercise everyday. This ringing makes me feel hopeless and some days I don't want to get out of bed. I feel like I'm going through the motions of life. It doesn't sound to me like removing it helped. I feel like my ears are picking up some radio frequency....

Thee Upper Implants NEW
by: Anonymous

After my three titanium upper implants were uncovered in Dec. 2016 I started having severe tinnitus. A few loud high pitched ringing in both ears. After seeing an ENT, having an MRI, X-Rays, etc. no one can tell me what the problem is. I have tried the Lipo-Flavoniod supplements and various homeopathic treatments but the tinnitus and associated vertigo have continued. I am 58 in fantastic shape, I lift weights and have a great set of abs! As of late the tinnitus has affected my workouts, eating habits (lost 5lbs) and sleep. If it continues it will kill me. Thanks for your comments as many of my friends have people they know with similar situations. Too bad the medical community will not take responsibility for their actions!

Consultant ENT surgeon NEW
by: Hisham F Shaalan, MD

The osseo-integrated titanium implant in the upper jaw acts as a sound transmitter which transmits sound via the skull bone directly to the inner ear hair cells. If the metal implant is touched or directly drilled by dentist's high speed drill, powerful loud high frequency sound will be transmittent to the inner ear and may cause noise induced hearing loss which is usually associated with tinnitus.

Consultant ENT Surgeon NEW
by: Hisham F Shaalan, MD

While dental patients may signal the dentist to stop drilling on their titanium implant when they feel excessive noise or discomfort in their ears, this is not possible for patients under general anesthesia. So in conclusion, dental drilling on or near to oste-ointegrated titanium implants in the upper jaw may cause damage to hearing with associated tinnitus and dizziness. This can be prevented by intermittent low speed drilling guided by the patients level of dis omfort.

Consultant ENT Surgeon NEW
by: Hisham F Shaalan, MD

While dental patients may signal the dentist to stop drilling on their titanium implant when they feel excessive noise or discomfort in their ears, this is not possible for patients under general anesthesia. So in conclusion, dental drilling on or near to oste-ointegrated titanium implants in the upper jaw may cause damage to hearing with associated tinnitus and dizziness. This can be prevented by intermittent low speed drilling guided by the patients level of dis omfort.

Why tinnitus started after implant? NEW
by: Anonymous

Dr. Shallan,

I understand you're an ENT surgeon and expert in this area. Could you please advise that when a titanium implant is first implanted does the dentist/oral surgeon drill the implant in? Intermittent tinnitus started for me soon after the implant was put in. By week three after the implant was put in, I had tinnitus 24/7 (non-stop) and it has never stopped. I've had the implant and tinnitus now for three years. Why did my tinnitus develop after the implant was put in by my oral surgeon? He removed my tooth (tooth #5) in my upper left jaw, put in a bone graft and put in the titanium implant all in a single session.

Thank you for your important input into this discussion that is a major concern for many.

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