Over the past twenty years, dental implants have become a standard of care for the replacement of missing teeth. Still, it seems clear that there is reluctance on the part of some clinicians and patients to provide and receive implant treatment. This reluctance on the part of clinicians to provide the treatment and on the behalf of patients to accept it largely resides in the persistence of several myths related to dental implants. The purpose of this article is to attempt to dispel these myths by providing more factual current information. Here, in no particular order, are the most common misconceptions related to dental implant treatment.