Caring for teeth restored with dental implants is just like caring for your natural teeth: brush, floss and maintain regular dental cleanings and check-ups, as scheduled. Additional cleaning aids also may be recommended to help you keep your teeth healthy at home. As is the case with natural teeth, you and your dentist must work as a team to ensure the longevity of your dental implant. While replacement teeth can’t get cavities, they are subject to the same wear-and-tear as natural teeth. Well-placed and cared for dental implants have the potential to last a lifetime.
Cleanings, Brushing, and Flossing
You care for you dental implant supported restorations in the same manner that you care for your natural teeth. Regular dental cleanings, brushing and flossing help ensure you get the most in terms of both function and appearance, from your new teeth. Your dentist may give you additional recommendations to keep your teeth looking and functioning great.
Lifelong success with proper care
You and your implant’s health are supported by a team approach to care. Your dentist and team will work with you to ensure the health and longevity of your implant. While it’s true that your restorations will not become decayed, they are subject to the same stresses as natural teeth. With the proper care and maintenance, your dental implants should be your lifelong companion!
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