.</li><li><em><strong>Bridges -</strong> </em>This restorative completely replaces a lost tooth. Bridges rest on top of your gum and use the surrounding teeth for support. They are a great choice for lost molars that sit in the back of your smile. </li><li><em><strong>Partial Dentures -</strong></em><strong> </strong>This option is great for patients who have lost one or several teeth. The partial dentures also sit on top of your gums, but unlike bridges, they can be removed.</li><li><em><strong>Dental Implants -</strong></em><strong> </strong> Since dental implants are attached to your jaw bone, they provide the most natural look and feel of all the restorative options. There is no need to alter your eating, drinking, or oral hygiene habits to manage your new implant. However, not everyone is a candidate for dental implants and some healing time is required.</li></ul><span>Visit our <a href=”perfectsmilemaker.com”>website </a>to learn more about our restorative dental services or call 516-482-2215 to schedule a consultation. At our office, <a href=”https://www.westenddental.com/”>Chicago dentist</a> Dr. Stewart Brody can help you determine the best restorative solution for your smile.<br /><br />Don’t forget to add us on social media for more dental tips!<!–mep-nl–><!–mep-nl–>If you have more questions, please <a href=”https://parkdalefamilydental.com.au/”>go to Parkdale Family Dental</a>.
Dental implants are one of the best ways to replace missing or damaged teeth. With good care, your new dental implant is designed to last a lifetime. Here are a few tips to help keep your dental implant healthy following your procedure.
Implant Care Tips:
- Mouthwash – Immediately following your implant procedure, we recommend that you use Chlorhexidine Gluconate Mouthwash to reduce the amount of bacteria in your mouth. This helps reduce the risk of post-operative infection.
- Diet – After your procedure, you want to be careful with your implant. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends a diet of soft foods, cold foods, and warm soup.
- Brushing – Until your permanent crown is implanted, you will need to care for your abutment with a small toothbrush.
- Bi-Annual Visits – You should always schedule dental checkups twice a year to make sure that your smile is healthy.
After your dental implant has fully healed, you will be able to treat it just like any of your other natural teeth. With regular brushing, flossing, and biannual dental exams and cleanings, your smile will be healthy and your dental implant will be long-lasting.
Visit our website to learn more about the benefits of dental implants by Dr. Sakunthala Boppana. You can also call 516-482-2215 and schedule an appointment to visit Stewart Brody, DDS to determine if dental implants are the right option for you.
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