Hey, I just wonder if anyone has any experience of having a dental implant at the '60s! My grandmother is 69 years old and she is up for a dental implant! She has been using removable dentures for the past few years. All these years she faced discomfort, awkward situations, troubles with the use of dentures, that is why I'm planning to fetch her to a nearby dental clinic in Milton for the dental implants (Also now it is time fo her denture replacement)!
The thing is, even when she loves to go for implants (she is kind of fed up with the dentures!), she is concerned about her age! I read online that it is okay to have dental implants at any age when the patient is healthy! My grandma is diabetic, apart from that she isn't having any health issues!
Anyhow, we are going to visit the clinic this weekend.
So before that, I would like to have your views on this, preferably if you have any relatable personal experience.
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