... bone grafting and implants placed. Does anyone have experience with starting Tymlos for 18 months after discontinuing Prolia for dental bone grafting and dental implant placement procedures?
Endocrinologist has recommended I go off Prolia after 5 years and start taking Tymlos to have dental
Question posted by Jillila on 5 Nov 2021
Last updated on 22 November 2021 by sara12345
No, but when I needed dental surgery, the dentist was concerned about me having had just one Prolia injection 7 years before. She said that any dental surgery when someone has had Prolia within 10 years before the surgery was considered a risk. She said that the risk was considered for someone having had Prolia for a while, but she was still concerned about me. She did do the surgery though.
When I heard that, I said, then maybe the bad side effects that Prolia gave me will go away in 10 years. Actually 9 years later my side effects got much better. That Prolia was an absolute nightmare for me. And what quality bone does it grow back? Not like your original bone.
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