Osteoporosis in not in and of itself a contraindication for dental implants. However, some medications taken to treat osteoporosis can present problems if you want implants.
Women with Osteoporosis: Can They Still Get Implants?

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Answered By: Dr. Carlos Boudet - West Palm Beach , FL

Richard asks:
A friend of mine recalls several elderly ladies with implants having problems with implants not holding because of osteoporosis...

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Severe Osteoporosis: Am I Candidate for a Dental Implant?

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Answered By: Dr. Theodore M. Grossman - Aventura , FL

Penny asks:

I have just received my CTX score of 114. I was on Boniva for 3 yrs an 6 months of ACTONEL. I also have severe Osteoporosis. Am ...

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Preparing for a Dental Implant: Are Age and Health Important?

Jean asks:
Should age and overall health health be considered when preparing for an implant?


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If I Took Fosamax Can I Get Implants?

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Answered By: Dr. Peter Sabolch - Beverly Hills , CA

Rhoda asks:

I have taken Fosamax for 13 years and now I'm thinking about getting 3 implants in lower jaw. I am concerned about proceeding wi...

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