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Caring for dental implants is very important. Teeth on implants will serve you for all your life, if you take care for them properly and every day. Oral hygiene is very similar to the natural teeth: cleaning teeth with a toothbrush, flossing twice a day, cleaning tongue, rinsing with a mouthwash, professional oral hygiene twice a year, annual check-up at the dentist‘s.
Brushing teeth on implants, it is very important to clean between the teeth and places where the implant contacts with the gums, because the acids in plaque violate gums and cause inflammation, which may eventually spread and damage the bone around the implant. As a result, there is a risk of losing the implant. Therefore, be sure to use dental floss and interdental brushes.
Implants should be protected from abrasion, because those places quickly accumulate plaque. Do not use whitening toothpastes with abrasive components (e.g. Soda, etc.), wires of interdental brushes must be coated with quality bristles, avoid scratching teeth with metal objects.
Avoid chewing extremely hard food (e.g. nuts, caramel), as prosthesis or its decoration may crack or even break.
If you gnash, be sure to tell your dentist. He will find out the reason, produce a bruxism dental guard, if needed, which will not only relax masseter muscles, but also protect your prosthesis from crack and wear.
Look for an immediate medical attention if gum inflammation lasts, prosthesis starts to get loose, hinder, it hurts when you bite.