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      • Yes, meth use can damage the bone and tissue around implants causing implant failure. With methamphetamine use, the saliva decreases which can cause more bacteria to build up around the implant which will make the bone and tissue recede over time. Also, in most meth users, oral hygiene decreases causing even more plaque build up. Thanks for your question! -Dr. Kyle Stanley