Imagine a dentist implants a tooth into your gum. You would probably say: "I got a tooth implant. But what do you say when you get two teeth implantations?
Does the following sentences sound idiomatic? If not what would a native speaker would say instead:
I implanted two teeth.
I got two teeth implantations.
I had two teeth implantations.
P.S. "Implantation" is marked as an incorrect word by the forum spell-checking system. But as you see in the link, it is defined as a countable or an uncountable noun.