I had a missing tooth which I lost in an accident a few months ago. It was seen quite clearly, and I didn’t smile and speak much in public. The missing tooth bothers me a lot, which made a drastic change in my character too. I felt very exhausted while talking to others.
By noticing the change in my character, one of my aunts enquired about my problem. I had an open discussion with her and told her how the missing tooth affected my character change.
She suggested for dental implants to replace my missing tooth. As her suggestion, I consulted a dentist and did the dental implants.
Now I feel very calm and relaxed after the implants and face no difficulty with the implanted tooth.
Guys, has anyone here did dental implants? What kind of dental care do you give to your implanted teeth? What things need to be taken care of?
Please share your experiences. I’m hopefully waiting for your reply.
I actually had a dental implant 3 years ago. I also faced the same problem as you as to not being able to smile or talk too much in public. I was not able to eat properly for almost a year. The main concern was after I had the surgery while brushing my teeth I had to be careful to not be in contact with the incision site.
I had to cut down on food and was not able to exercise properly.
It was pretty tough but I got through with it and now I am very much confident to be in the public and to smile and talk.
Another highlight is that now I am facing a broken denture and am in treatment with my dentist for the repair of my dentures.
The article on aftercare for dental implants provides useful information for those who have undergone the procedure. It’s important to follow the advice of your dentist Calgary SE, especially during the healing process. They may recommend certain foods to avoid, as well as proper cleaning techniques to ensure the implant site stays clean and healthy. Regular check-ups with your dentist are also crucial to maintaining the longevity of your dental implants.