I am a 29 year old male and smoke . I just had all my upper teeth removed and most of my lower molars due to a genetic disorder. I have a denture but have been thinking of implants. I'm looking in to several ways to make this a simple as possible for me to function. Or is there a procedure that you would suggest me to consider? Can I get implants?
As you must know, smoking is not good for your health, and unfortunately smoking is detrimental for the healing process and success of dental implant procedures.
You might want to consider quitting – it will improve your quality of life and those around you, and also allow you to consider dental implants! As for the genetic disorder, that could also be significant in determining the best treatment recommendation for you.
Using dental implants to help support a denture, or replacing one altogether is a wonderful process which can dramatically improve your chewing, eating, quality of life, and self-esteem.
I would review your genetic condition with your dentist and obtain whatever diagnostic materials are necessary to determine if you are a good candidate for dental implants. If you are (assuming you quit smoking as per above), then the discussion will lead to how many implants can be placed in strategic positions to best restore your missing teeth. Of course this also has to fit into your financial budget. Dental implants should be your first treatment alternative. Hope this helps, and good luck!