If you want to hear an affirmative answer, my answer must be "YES".
For now, dental implants are very durable, usually lasting a lifetime, with a 98 % success rate—if you take care of them properly.
Like ordinary patients, they only have one or a few implants and need to be cleaned and checked regularly. Some people have a whim? "If my mouth is full of implants, doesn't that mean I don't need cleaning and checking? Because dentures don't rot?"
In fact, dental implants require the same care as real teeth: brushing, scaling, and regular check-ups. Regardless of whether or not you have dental implants, and the number of implants, you will need cleaning and inspection. With implants, your dental assistant will follow different protocols and use different tools to clean them. And it will check your gums for disease, as well as implants, and around implants for signs of infection. (This lesion, known as "peri-implantitis," is a pathological condition that occurs in the peri-implant tissue and is characterized by inflammation of the peri-implant connective tissue and progressive loss of supporting bone.)
Keeping your teeth healthy requires routine maintenance and professional cleaning – and that also applies to dental implants.
How often will I need to come in?
Usually, it is a 6-month period to visit a dental office. Sometimes, more often. This mainly depends on your dentist and your own situation. A professional dentist will arrange a schedule according to your situation.