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Improvement of Systemic Symptoms after Dental Implant Removal

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Dental implants have spread worldwide in dentistry. The risks and complications reported are limited to local issues. However, in this case, a patient complained of systemic symptoms after dental implantation. This case report aims to demonstrate that systemic symptoms such as lumbago, shoulder stiffness, neck pain, hip joint pain, and facial pain improved after the removal of well-osseointegrated titanium implants. The results suggest that harmful electromagnetic waves received by implants affect body conditions; however, to date, the underlying mechanisms have not been identified. Therefore, further research is required.

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Fujii, Y. (2016) Improvement of Systemic Symptoms after Dental Implant Removal. Open Journal of Stomatology, 6, 37-46. doi: 10.4236/ojst.2016.62005.


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