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Best practices on dental hygiene after the dental treatment


Dental implants

The long-term success of an implant treatment is based on the proper hygienic measurements and regular, at least once a year controls.

  • Clean at least twice a day with a soft-bristle toothbrush
  • Use a low-abrasive toothpaste
  • Brush under and around the implant crown (using an intenpriximal toothbrush is recommended)
  • Floss daily with unwaxed tape or implant-specific floss
  • Use a recommended oral irrigator (alcohol-free)
  • Recommended to visit your doctor every year
  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day
  • You have to remove the denture every night for cleaning but you can put it back and sleep with it
  • Use an interproximal brush or superfloss daily
  • Use mouthwash occasionally (alcohol free)
  • Recommended to visit your dentist yearly (if your replacement is loose, it is recommended to see your doctor immediately

Removable complete denture

Removable dentures require proper care to keep them clean, free from stains and looking their best. For good denture care:

  • Remove and rinse dentures after eating.
  • Handle your dentures carefully
  • Clean your mouth after removing your dentures
  • Brush your dentures at least daily
  • Soak dentures overnight (it is strictly forbidden to put the replacement in at night, you cannot sleep in it)
  • Rinse dentures thoroughly before putting them back in your mouth
  • Schedule regular dental checkups
  • See your dentist if you have a loose fit
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All on 4

The most important thing is regular cleaning. Here are the top 5 methods to clean All-on-4 dental implants and bridges:

  • After every meal use super floss under the bridge (or interproximal toothbrush)
  • Use a water pick and ¼ non-alcohol anti-bacterial mouth rinse and water
  • Use an electric toothbrush for more effective cleaning
  • Brush your tongue and cheeks to remove oral bacteria and odors
  • Attend professional cleaning appointments regularly


Essentially, you should treat dental fillings as you would your natural teeth. Brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and flossing at least once a day can keep your teeth, including your fillings, strong and healthy. Eating a well-balanced diet and limiting your intake of sugary foods and drinks can also prevent further tooth damage and decay. It is recommended to use an interproximal toothbrush and alcohol-free mouthwash. Regular dental checkups and cleanings are also important.

Schedule an appointment with your dentist immediately if:

  • You experience tooth sensitivity
  • You see a crack on a filling
  • Part of a filling appears to be missing

Dental crowns and bridges

To keep your new smile and feeling great for years to come, follow a few simple guidelines:

  • Brush your teeth twice a day with particular attention to crowns and bridges
  • Avoid chewing on ice or hard substances
  • Do not forget to floss, and to use an interproximal toothbrush
  • Get a fluoride rinse
  • Visit your dentist regularly


If you have been treated with veneers, here are 6 things to look out for:

  • Practice good oral hygiene daily
  • Avoid the grind
  • Chew wisely
  • Protect your smile during physical activity
  • Beware of stains
  • Visit your dentist regularly
  • Do not forget to floss, use a soft-bristled toothbrush
  • Recommended yearly professional plaque removal
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