Care for your dental implants just as well as you would care for your natural teeth. Thorough oral hygiene is necessary to prevent diseases to develop around the implants. With proper home care and regular professional maintenance, you can make your new teeth last throughout life.
Flossing around implants works best using a thicker and flexible floss. Implant floss has stiff plastic ends for easy insertion.
We like Bridge & Implant Floss made by Proxysoft (www.proxysoft.com or available on Amazon.com) for many of our patients, or if you have a very narrow area around the implants, Gum Easy Thread Floss (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KPZWBR9/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_E86WAFHF5MXSRWDMN0VQ) is a great product!
Sometimes it can be hard to see where the implant is, so remember to ask your dental professional exactly where your implants are placed and which floss is best for you.
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