Dental Implant

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Dental implants are a great way to replace lost teeth. If you're considering implants, it's important to understand the process and know how to prevent dental implant problems. Here are some tips: The implant process is generally painless, but there may be a few sore days following surgery. To help minimize pain and discomfort, eat soft foods and drink plenty of fluids. Prevent problems before they happen by performing regular exams, checking for tooth decay, and visiting your dentist twice annually. If you experience any unusual pain or sensitivity in your gums, call your dentist right away. And never hesitate to discuss any concerns you have about your dental implant with them. Dental implants are generally considered permanent teeth replacement options--but that doesn't mean you can't keep them clean! Brush and floss every day, using a gentle toothpaste that doesn't contain fluoride or abrasives. And gently rinse after eating or drinking sugary drinks--these items can accumulate plaque which could lead to oral health problems like cavities.