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Careful maintenance will allow the dental implant to function semi-permanently.

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Even if the implant and the surrounding bone bond together, bone loss may occur in the jaw due to gum disease, which can result in the jaw becoming incapable of supporting the implant.

To prevent this situation, regular maintenance by a professional and careful self-plaque control by the patient are important.

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Professional maintenance:

  • Regular maintenance by a professional every 6 months

At-home maintenance:

  • Daily tooth brushing and care should be performed.
  • There is no need for special procedures because of the implant.
  • Tooth brushing is carried out in same way as for natural teeth.