When it comes to losing or missing teeth, All-On-4 Dental implants are highly popular. 

This is an easy and quick way to restore oral function and aesthetics with a permanent solution. But for this effective and quick procedure, it’s not only the professional dentist who does all the work. Aftercare is also part of the procedure, and the patient is in charge. 

Let’s take a look at some easy steps to clean the All-On-4 implants and other aftercare tips to achieve long-lasting results:

Why Oral Hygiene is Essential

Good oral hygiene is the foundation of dentistry, preventing tooth rot and gum disease.

You should pay attention to your oral hygiene immediately after the procedure and as part of your daily oral care. A great tip for this is using a soft bristle toothbrush to clean your teeth and using a Waterpik to flush out food that may be trapped under the implants after the procedure. You should care for your dental implant just like your natural teeth. Brush your teeth twice a day at least, floss once a day, and use an antibacterial mouthwash once a day.

Steps to Clean your All-on-4 Dental Implants:

These tips are key to properly cleaning your All-On-4 implants:

Brushing and flossing after each meal, especially under the bridge. Brush your dental implants at least twice a day.

Clean the insides of your cheeks and tongue to remove oral bacteria and odors.

Rinse your mouth with an antibacterial mouthwash.

Use an electric toothbrush for more effective cleaning.

Attend professional cleaning appointments and dentist’s check-ups.

More Aftercare Tips:

Eat Proper Foods and Stay Hydrated:

 You will need to restrict your diet the first days after the procedure.

In order to protect your implants, avoid hard and chewy foods. Dentists recommend foods like shakes or smoothies, soups, and others

Have a Good Rest:

The lack of rest can bring you complications or a longer recovery time.

Take a few days off of your normal routine after you have your implants placed.

 Follow the Aftercare Instructions:

Take the pain medication prescription given by your dentist.

Also, you should sleep with your head slightly elevated for the first few days as it avoids excessive facial swelling. Apply ice packs to the sides of your face if you feel discomfort.

Using advanced technology and techniques, we create the smile you want with long-lasting dental materials and outstanding aesthetic results.

Contact The All on 4 experts in Parker Dental Implant and Specialty Center, call 720-522-2000, or visit us at 11005 S Parker Rd. Parker, Colorado.