...everything you need to know about Dental Implants.
Can an implant be rejected?
The answer is no. It has been scientifically tested that implant's titanium is osseointegrated to the bone. The worst would be that the implant may not osseointegrate (it falls) in which case our workteam will be responsible for de replacement of the implant for free.
If on a second surgery there is no osseointegration, the implant is cancelled.
Lets see the typical example of a fracture: THERE IS NO WAY THE BONE DOES NOT INTEGRATE WITH THE BONE... technically we would say THERE IS NO WAY THE TITANIUM DOES NOT INTEGRATE WITH THE BONE (with the exception of a fracture where the failure is due to movements during scarring process.)