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After you get dental implants in Renton, it is important to properly clean them so you can get the most use out of them. With the proper oral hygiene efforts and regular visits to your family dentist, your dental implants can last a lifetime.

Brush your dental implants the way you would your natural teeth with a little bit of extra focus on the gums around the implant. You can tilt the toothbrush up toward the gum and move it back and forth or in a circular motion to remove plaque and debris.

You can also floss your teeth normally. Move the floss in a “C” motion in between the implant and the tooth to get rid of any plaque or debris you might have missed. Learn more in this video.