Antidepressants Can Cause Dental Implants to Fail

Individuals taking such common antidepressants as Celexa, Paxil, Lexapro, Prozac and Zoloft are twice as likely to have dental implants fail compared to those not on the drugs, a new Canadian study reveals. Researchers found a 10.64 percent rate of failure in patients taking the drugs compared with a 4.62 percent rate in those without. ABC New Radio. Posted Sept 15, 2014.

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