Patients that have received metal-on-metal hip implant devices are far more likely to need revision surgery, an article by verywell.com states. Jonathan Cluett, MD, contributed his expertise in an article published by the website providing information to patients that have received metal-on-metal hip implants, and what they should do if they are experiencing problems. Metal-on-Metal hip implant designs were recommended for patients with a more active lifestyle, based on claims the all-metal system was a better fit for their needs. But many of the implants were failing at an alarmingly high rate, whereas traditional models made of ceramics and polyethylene can last as long ... Read More
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