Similar to organ transplants, it is possible that a patient’s body will reject the dental implant. In this case, the patient’s body see the dental implant as a foreign object that does not belong and pushes it out. Rejection of dental implants because of an allergy of titanium is too rare, but it can happen. On average, less than 1% of potential dental implant recipients reported an allergy to titanium.
Can My Body Reject A Dental Implant, And If So What Then?