During your first few consultations about getting dental implants, your dentist will show you before-and-after images with a current picture of you on one side. On the other side, you'll see a depiction of you with a smile rebuilt on the titanium roots of dental implants. However, there's a good bit of planning and care that you'll need to put into your oral health in order to successfully progress from the “before” to the “after.” Take a look at some of the things you'll need to do after dental implant surgery in order to ensure you get the most of out your implants and live happily ever after.
While your overdentures will be resistant to decay, you’ll still want to protect the gums and the jawbone underneath in order to get the most out of your All on 4 dental implants.
Here are some of the things your dentist will advise you to follow to help your implants heal properly in the near term and to help you keep them in good shape in the long term:
Even if you’ve had immediate load dental implants placed, such as a Teeth Tomorrow set, you’ll still need to take care to give your implants plenty of time to heal. For the first few weeks, you’ll have to take it especially easy when using your new teeth. You’ll also want to make sure you get plenty of rest along the way, in order to speed the healing of your implants as they fuse with your jaw.