During our preliminary research, we were able to determine, and provide an overview of, three non-clinical indicators that a dental patient may require implants. Below is an overview of our early findings.
- One non-clinical indicators that a dental patient may require implants is difficulty chewing.
- When a patient loses a tooth, the sensitivity of the other teeth increase. This causes discomfort when trying to chew.
- This may also lead to jaw pain as well as other mouth issues.
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- If a patient has a sunken-in look to their face, this could be an indicator that they will require implants.
- This is because some denture wearers can experience bone loss because their dentures do not increase bone growth. This bone loss results in a sunken-in face.
- In addition to this public search, we scanned our proprietary research database of over 1 million sources and were unable to find any specific research reports that address your goals.