It makes no difference whether you are young, middle-aged or elderly. You can have implants regardless you are restoring one tooth, a few of them, or a whole set of teeth.
If you are healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, you can also have an implant placed in your jaw.
Precautions should be taken with patients receiving anticoagulant therapy, patients with uncontrolled diabetes, patients with high blood pressure and some patients with heart diseases.
Before each treatment, a patient’s health is analysed in detail and therapy is planned accordingly.
Smoking is not a contraindication, but certainly increases the risk of failure.