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CARING FOR YOUR DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are the choice treatment method for replacing missing teeth. Unlike other types of tooth replacements, dental implants rebuild your replacement tooth from the root up. Each implant tooth uses a titanium steel root that anchors into the tooth socket to support a crown, bridge or denture.


Image of the parts of a dental implant because titanium is extremely biocompatible, it is the material of choice for many types of procedures, including joint replacements. Bone naturally fuses to the titanium root surface, allowing the implant to be stable and function as if it were a natural tooth.

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Taking care of your implants is just like taking care of your natural teeth. Because implants are self-supported, all that is needed is your traditional oral hygiene routine.

Brush Gently

Soft bristled or electric toothbrushes help remove loose debris and plaque from around the neck of the implant crown. This prevents infection and gingivitis from occurring, and protects the life of the appliance.

Clean In-Between

Flossing, floss picks or using a water flosser can remove bacteria between your implants that a toothbrush can’t reach. Implants can develop gum disease too, so find an effective method that works well for you. Areas under bridges or All-on-4 Dentures can easily be cleaned each day with water flossers or using a floss threader.

Follow Up Care

Your dental implants need preventive care too! Regular dental cleanings every 6 months can keep tartar and stain from forming heavy deposits on your implants, and keep your smile bright.

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