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Dental Implants are designed to fit, feel, and function just like your natural teeth. When it comes to missing teeth dental implants are considered the permanent solution because they provide patients with a long-lasting solution to their missing teeth problem. However, although dental implants can be considered a long-term solution it is just as important to be sure they are being properly maintained.
How To Properly Care For Your Dental Implants
Your dental implants are designed to feel just like your natural teeth which makes caring for them very similar to how you would care for your natural teeth. Specifically, this relates to brushing and flossing at least twice a day. Also, when it comes to maintaining your dental implants it is important to maintain regularly scheduled appointments with your dental professional. Doing so will help you maintain good standing with your oral health. Also, it will ensure that your dental implants will last you a long time.
Follow The Maintenance Advice Of Your Doctor
If you want to ensure that your dental implants last a long time then it is very important to be sure that you are following the advice of your doctor. While your dental implants are not susceptible to dental cavities, they are still susceptible to the typical wear and tear the same as would be experienced by your natural teeth. However, when dental implants are properly cared for and maintained they can last a lifetime.
Schedule A Consultation
Now that you know more about dental implants if you are interested in having them installed then it would be very beneficial if you reached out to our dental office in Monroeville, PA to schedule your dental implant consultation.