Sarasota Dental Arts

Caring for Your Dental Implant

December 19, 2016
Posted By: Kaya Aygen, D.M.D.
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If you have a new dental implant, you are probably very excited about your smile and being able to eat all of the foods you love. Or if you are in need of a dental implant in Sarasota, we can help you determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure by performing an exam. We are proud to say that we provide patients with smile-restoring dental implants right here at Sarasota Dental Arts.

Caring for your dental implant properly is necessary to its longevity and proper function. Here are some ways that you can get the most out of your dental implant and make sure it provides you many years of excellent service.

Regular Brushing and Flossing

One of the most attractive features of dental implants is that you can care for them in the same way you care for your natural teeth. Brushing and flossing as recommended and using proper techniques are really all you really need to do at home to take care of your dental implant on a daily basis.

Don’t Bite into Anything You Shouldn’t

Using your teeth as a tool to open packages, untie a knot, or any other non-food activity is not advised. It is also a good idea to avoid chewing ice, biting into olive pits, or chewing on anything that could break your natural teeth. While dental implants are strong, they are not indestructible. Other than good common sense caution, you can eat all of the foods you love!

Teeth Cleanings & Examinations in Sarasota FL

Regular dental exams and cleanings will allow us to keep your dental implant and gums healthy – this is essential to your dental implant’s health. We will discover at your exam if anything looks damaged and be able to address it in a timely fashion.

With the proper care, dental implants will last for many years, allow you to eat a wider variety of foods, and smile with confidence.

For more information about dental implants in Sarasota, give us a call!

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