Frequently Asked Questions
Dental implants are the modern, long-lasting alternative to dentures. Because dental implants are supported by your own natural bone and gums, they last much longer than more conventional methods of tooth replacement. Their exact longevity will depend largely on your lifestyle and dental hygiene habits. To learn more about dental implants, click here.
- Swollen gums
- Sores in the mouth
- Gum recession
- Bleeding when brushing your teeth, flossing, or eating
- Chronic bad breath
- A change in your bite or the way your dentures fit
Spending a few minutes on preventative measures every day can really save your smile. We recommend brushing your teeth at least twice a day, flossing daily, and maintaining your bi-annual dental visits as the best preventative measures against periodontal disease.
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We have all of our post-operative instructions available to you right here, so you can plan ahead for all procedures.