Dental implant rejection happens because of an allergy to titanium. In some cases, implants do not fuse well to the bone for the first time and develops a capsule of fibrous tissue around it. But this doesn’t prevent you from getting implants. The tissue can be removed and the site is allowed to heal for a few minutes. Then your surgeon can place another implant which integrates with your jaw bone normally.
I’ve heard friend saying that his body is allergic to dental implant. Is it true and if so what is the reason?