5 Easy Tips to Take Care of Your Dental Implants

Your new dental implants have made you look and feel better. Now, you want to do the best you can to take care of your implants, so they last for years. You want them to stay healthy and beautiful. This can be achieved with a few easy steps.

  1. Give Your Gums Time to Heal
    You need to keep in mind that implants involve surgery. You need to give your gums time to properly heal. Your dentist will let you know how long that time should be. Avoid extra hard, crunchy, or chewy foods until healing is complete.

  2. Use Antibacterial Toothpaste
    The biggest danger to an implant is infection. While all toothpastes contain ingredients to clean your teeth, not all contain actual antibacterial ingredients. Check your toothpaste label to make sure yours does.

  3. Use a Proper Toothbrush
    Implants need brushing just like regular teeth even if they don’t get cavities. A soft brush that has a small head will make it possible to reach every area of your mouth without being harsh on the implant’s surface.

  4. Floss Daily
    It is essential to keep your gums healthy to avoid bone damage and loosening of your implant. By flossing daily, you ensure all food particles that can cause gum disease are removed.

  5. Visit Your Dentist
    Schedule and keep appointments for regular cleaning and dental check-ups. Your dentist will want to make sure all your natural teeth and gums are healthy, and your new implant is working as expected. He will also use special tools to make sure the dental implant is thoroughly cleaned.

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Dr. Orest Frangopol is the Owner of OC Dental Implants, a leading dental office in the Orange County area. Dr. Frangopol is an expert in providing comprehensive implant services that include: single tooth dental implant, bone grafting, dental implants and full mouth reconstruction. He along with his team has a reputation of offering affordable dental implants combined with customized treatment for all his patients.

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