Cleaning dental implants

The dental implants are unique prosthetic dental or dentures as they cannot be removed from your mouth. Function like teeth common, and thanks to advances in dentistry, teeth look just as natural. Dental implants should be cleaned frequently, but the process is quite simple.


  1. Clean dental implants like your natural teeth. Pass the brush twice a day, morning and evening. For the best care, consider brushing after every meal.
  2. Apply a small amount of toothpaste on a toothbrush. Brush with an angled handle will help you reach all parts of the implant.
  3. Hold the toothbrush at an angle of 45 degrees from the gum line.
  4. Move the toothbrush in small circles along the back, front and top of the implant. As you brush the base of the implant, some parts of the sow should touch the gum area.
  5. Spits in the sink, rinse your mouth with water and spit again.
  6. Take a length of 12 inches (30.5 cm) of floss and guide him along the dental implant. Use the wire to cover the cost of the implant and bring down the gum line.
  7. Make routine checks with your dentist. Your dentist will evaluate the health of your implants during the semi-annual visits.

Tips & Warnings

  • Considered an electronic toothbrush, which can provide a more thorough cleaning.
  • Brush your tongue with your toothbrush to improve your breath and maintain good oral hygiene.
  • If you experience any pain around the dental implant, see your dentist immediately.

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