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  1. Arti says:

    The more details you share with your dentist, the better they will be able to anticipate your risk of complications[15]. This will help you to be open and share important details with your dentists and give them the best understanding possible of your medical history, physical state, dental condition, and expectations for getting treated. The more time the dentist spends on diagnosis and planning, the lower the risk of complications with dental implants. For example, a few dentists only take 30 minutes for your first consultation whereas others take up to an hour. Select a good dentist whom you trust and have good communication with. There are many alternative causes of complications with implants during and following dental implant treatment[15].

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