Can Dental Implants Affect Sinuses?

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Dental implants may affect the sinuses, but temporarily when placed in the upper jaw near the maxillary sinuses. If the implant is too long or intrudes into the sinus cavity, it may lead to sinus issues. However, such complications are rare and can be avoided through careful planning and techniques. Dentists assess sinus anatomy beforehand to minimize risks. Despite this, dental implant candidates should be aware of these potential impacts and discuss them with their dentist before proceeding with the procedure.

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