Question:

How long does a knee replacement last?

Answer:

Advancements in the design of knee prosthetics as well as surgical techniques have increased the survival rate of knee implants. The first knee implants used in the 1970s only lasted an average of 10 years. Today, approximately 85 percent of knee prosthetics last at least 20 years.

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