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Nov
29
How Alcohol Impacts Dental Implants
The Impact Of Alcohol On Your Dental Implants
Posted by FastNewSmile®

Having implant surgery is something that creates food and drink restrictions that can put a damper on celebrations and events that may feature prominent items that are generally bad for post-operative care. However, if you have recently been a patient of dental implant surgery, there are some risks involved with alcohol that you should be […]

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Nov
10
Holiday Foods to Avoid With New Dental Implants
4 Holiday Foods To Avoid With New Dental Implants
Posted by FastNewSmile®

Even though you have a bright, new smile for holiday photos this year, there are still some precautions that you need to take if you’ve just had dental implant surgery. You may already know how to properly floss and care for your new pearly whites, there are some holiday foods that you must avoid. Be […]

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Oct
30
Flossing After Bridge Implants
Flossing After Bridge Implants
Posted by FastNewSmile®

When most people have the need for dental implants it is usually due to the loss of teeth from an accident or tooth decay. Gum disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss and stems from a lack of flossing and other poor hygienic practices. Flossing before it is time for you to […]

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Oct
10
4 Signs That Something is Wrong With Your Dental Implants
4 Signs That Something is Wrong With Your Dental Implants
Posted by FastNewSmile®

As with any surgery, there is always the possibility for complications to occur post-dental implant surgery. While most people are concerned with the initial healing process, many don’t understand that even after the initial placement, without proper maintenance, implant failure can occur. Knowing the signs that something is wrong with your teeth implants can help […]

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Sep
28
Eating Well With Dental Implants
Feeding Your Mouth Right With Dental Implants
Posted by FastNewSmile®

Yes, getting dental implants can be seen as a fix for missing or extremely chipped teeth. However, most people don’t necessarily replace their entire set of teeth when undergoing implant surgery. After you have received your dental implants, you should approach this gift to yourself as a sign that you need to start paying attention […]

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