Care of Dental Implants

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Care for your Dental Implants

 

How do you care for your dental implants?  The most important way to care for your dental implants is to maintain excellent oral hygiene.  Caring for teeth restored with dental implants is similar to caring for your natural teeth.  Proper care of your implants is important to their continued function and good health.

Once healing is complete, dental implants are maintained similarly to natural teeth and should be brushed after each meal. Oral hygiene is accomplished using a conventional soft toothbrush, proxabrush or dental floss. Please follow any specific instructions your oral surgeon or periodontist has given you regarding the maintenance of your implants.

Visiting your prosthodontist for regular checkups (recalls) is also very important.  Dental implants offer patients with permanent tooth loss an excellent alternative to partial or complete dentures. Dental implants can help patients regain natural smiles, increase their comfort and minimize jawbone deterioration that can occur when natural teeth are lost.  Ensure the success of your implants and the overall health of your mouth by practicing good oral hygiene.

If you want to determine if you are a candidate for dental implants click here. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact our office.

Dental Treatments

What is Prosthodontics? Prosthodontics is one of the nine specialties of dentistry recognized by the American Dental Association. Dr. Gulbransen’s advanced training in Prosthodontics and the experience of our in-office dental technicians gives our patient’s optimal results.

Full and Partial Dentures Many patients have lost all of their natural teeth due to tooth decay, gum [periodontal] disease or trauma. A complete denture is a prosthesis designed to replace a patient’s missing teeth.

Maxillofacial Prosthetics Maxillofacial Prosthetics is a super-specialty of Prosthodontics.

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