There is more to the story of dental implants.
It may be a side you won't hear from your dentist.
Dental implants and root canals seem to be the miracle of dentistry. They seem to be life saving graces of modern medicine, but the truth lingers far from the story told. Dentists who know these truths are risking their professional careers and licenses to expose the facts, yet they continue because the risks are so high to consumers.
What we now know about these common procedures is that they are dangerous surgeries that can harbor bacteria in the mouth, resulting in systemic infections. The end result is chronic illness, chronic pain, heart disease and symptoms that can mimic dozens of conditions and diseases. Because we are not given informed consent of the potential risks, we don't think to look to the mouth as a source of the resulting illness. In most cases, these conditions are treated without success while the on-going infection continues to poison the body silently and relentlessly.
Why isn't the possible outcome of root canals and dental implants thoroughly explained to you by your dentist? It is primarily because the American Dental Association does not teach these realities and, in fact, denies the dangers. If you need to test that theory, read the ADA position on mercury and compare it to the World Health Organization, The Food and Drug Administration and the United Nations. There is great discrepancy in the position of the ADA. To read the positions of governing agencies see www.searchforthecausenotjustthecure.com/blog/who-is-in-charge-of-keeping-you-safe-from-mercury-poisoning-in-dentistry
From personal experience I can tell you that your mouth will likely be the last place you will Search for the Cause of illness. You can easily have zero to only slight indicators. Usually you will have no suspicion that your chronic illness or debilitating pain is sourcing from your mouth. When the constant flow of infection ends, which takes undoing root canals and removing implants, symptoms can leave miraculously once the body has healed. (See more about this at www.searchforthecausenotjustthecure.com/blog/dental-implants-and-illness.)
The bottom line...Understand and make your own decisions about your past and future dental work. If you have a dentist that is not interested in this discussion, you need a new dentist. Just FYI, there may be no definitive markers from an examination or even from X rays. Some of your decision will be gut instinct or pure faith. It is not an easy process, but the reward is wellness. The video will teach you what you need to know.