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I have had dentures since I was 18 years old and now I`m 40 years old. I would like to have a dental implant done. But I have epilepsy. Would that be a problem for dentist surgeon. Thank you. ...Visitor from Belfast, Ireland, UK

Answer:
Epilepsy is not a contraindication for implants. If you are well controlled you may be fine. The only problem sometimes may be related to the gums growing up a lot but you can have that addressed regularly with your dentist.

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