A Dental Implant Was Detected By A Body Scanner At The Airport
Doc want to ask me, I have implanted my graham teeth … whereas when at the airport I was detected by a body scanner, what should I tell the officers and how the solution to be detected, please answer, thank you …
Thank you for the question.
Dental implants are most often made of titanium. This metal, is not as solid as other metals, so it often won't cause a security scanner at the airport to sound. However, it is not impossible that dental implants in your body will be detected by a security scanner at the airport, especially if the sensitivity of the scanner is indeed very high.
You do not need to worry. You can explain it carefully to the security officer at the airport regarding your condition using the dental implant. If necessary, you can also ask for a certificate from the dentist where you put the dental implant, as evidence that you can later show to security officers at the airport. Of course, the airport is also equipped with a doctor on duty who can help understand your condition, as long as it is explained properly.
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