You’re headed in for your regular cleaning or for a root canal procedure. The last thing you want is to go home with an illness or infection.
Well, that’s the last thing your dentist wants, too. That’s why your dental office takes steps to protect you and keep the staff healthy as well.
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Keeping plaque levels to a minimum is just as crucial to the health of your implants as it is for your natural teeth. Following these steps will help you avoid problems:
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Did you know that dental implants—artificial, long-term replacements that look and feel like your natural teeth—are often the best option for replacing missing teeth? Most people who are missing a tooth would be a good candidate for dental implants, regardless of age. But there are some exceptions.
Here are some issues that you and your dentist may need to discuss:
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Dental implants have gained a popular reputation for their life-like appearance and longevity. Much of the latter is attributable to the titanium post embedded in the jawbone. Because titanium has a natural affinity with bone, new cells will grow and adhere to the dental implant over time, making their connection strong and durable.
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