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Question DetailsAsked on 5/4/2012

I am 80 years old but with bad teeth. Am I too old for dental mplants?

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As our Clinical Director, Dr. Voit likes to say, "Age is a factor. You can be too young, but never too old."

As long as you are in good health, you are never too old for dental implants. We've had patients in their 90s come in for dental implants because they want to enjoy a certain quality of life. They want to eat the foods they've always enjoyed and socialize without being embarrassed by dentures or missing teeth.

For more information about dental implant treatment visit eonclinics.com

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Answered 6 years ago by eonclinics




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