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What I should I do before implant procedure :

1.If you have any medical problem please inform your doctor.
2.If you use any drugs please inform your doctor (specially anticoagulant drugs ,aspirin ,insulin)
3.If you have hypertension (high blood pressure ) please use your drugs routinely
4.If you are anxious you can use anti-anxiety drug in night of surgery and 1 hour before the surgery
5-Please use Gelofen 400 mg ,1 hour before surgery if you don’t have gastrointestinal problem
6-Please use 4 capsules of amoxicillin 1 hour before the surgery.If you have gastrointestinal problem inform your doctor
7.Please have your radiographies ,drugs

Your toothbrush is the key to a confident and bright dental future. It is just as important to clean the dental implants and removable prosthesis as it is to clean your natural teeth.

When using toothpaste, a small amount of low-abrasive toothpaste used with the brush is recommended.

The dental implants and prosthesis must be thoroughly cleaned daily if they are to be a long-term success. It is therefore a good idea to follow a routine each time you brush your mouth, to ensure that all surfaces are cleaned.
Single tooth – daily care

Important areas to clean:
Your implant-supported tooth, above and below the gumline
In between your neighboring teeth

Step-by-step guide
Toothbrush
It may be necessary to modify the brush for the inner side of the teeth and hard-to-reach areas. A power brush can be a good alternative and an easy-to-handle complement. If you have a bridge, make sure to clean under the bridge. 

End-tufted brush
A soft end-tufted brush (interspace brush) is suitable for hard-to-reach areas around your implant-supported tooth or the lingual surfaces (inner side of teeth) and around the implant posts facial side (outer side) of your implant-supported teeth. 

Interdental brush
The use of an interdental brush (interproximal brush) helps in cleaning the sides of the implant-supported tooth, crown, abutment posts and the surface under the bridge. Use the brush with a back-and-forth stroke, gently pressing it against the side of the implant-supported tooth or abutment posts. 

The brush should not be too small, decreasing the cleaning effect, or too big, causing discomfort when brushing. A plastic-coated threading is recommended. Ask your dentist or dental hygienist for advice on the technique, size and shape for your interdental brush.
Note: Never use toothpaste in combination with the interdental brush.
Floss
In narrow areas, where the interdental brush is hard to use, floss is recommended. Clean the sides of your implant-supported tooth and abutment posts by passing floss (thick floss) back and forth between the implant tooth and the neighboring teeth, or through the space next to the abutment posts. Clean the bridge adjacent to the gumline using a sideways stroke.
Bridge – daily care

Important areas to clean:
Your implant-supported tooth, above and below the gumline
In between your neighboring teeth

Step-by-step guide
Toothbrush
It may be necessary to modify the brush for the inner side of the teeth and hard-to-reach areas. A power brush can be a good alternative and an easy-to-handle complement. If you have a bridge, make sure to clean under the bridge. 

End-tufted brush
A soft end-tufted brush (interspace brush) is suitable for hard-to-reach areas around your implant-supported tooth or the lingual surfaces (inner side of teeth) and around the implant posts facial side (outer side) of your implant-supported teeth. 

Interdental brush
The use of an interdental brush (interproximal brush) helps in cleaning the sides of the implant-supported tooth, crown, abutment posts and the surface under the bridge. Use the brush with a back-and-forth stroke, gently pressing it against the side of the implant-supported tooth or abutment posts. 

The brush should not be too small, decreasing the cleaning effect, or too big, causing discomfort when brushing. A plastic-coated threading is recommended.
Ask your dentist or dental hygienist for advice on the technique, size and shape
for your interdental brush.
Note: Never use toothpaste in combination with the interdental brush.
Floss
In narrow areas, where the interdental brush is hard to use, floss is recommended. Clean the sides of your implant-supported tooth and abutment posts by passing floss (thick floss) back and forth between the implant tooth and the neighboring teeth, or through the space next to the abutment posts. Clean the bridge adjacent to the gumline using a sideways stroke.