After suffering from a smile with missing teeth, you have finally received dental implants that restored your smile to perfection. In order to maintain your dental implants, Dr. Lieberman strongly recommends the following care tips:
Brush and Floss twice a day – Dr. Lieberman emphasizes that dental implants should be treated like your natural teeth. Brush and floss thoroughly to ensure that your oral health is in top condition.
Frequent dental visits – In order to examine the condition of your dental implants, schedule regular visits with Dr. Lieberman. It is essential that your dental implants receive thorough dental cleanings and examinations.
Mouthwash – To reduce the risk of infection and gum disease, mouthwash is necessary to remove plaque and bacteria in the mouth.
Say no to Staining – To avoid staining your dental implants, Dr. Lieberman encourages patients to stay away from staining foods and drinks such as coffee and wine.
For more information about implant dentistry and how to care for your dental implants call Dr. Lieberman in North Palm Harbor, FL at 727-785-8017 or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com.
Dr. Lieberman of North Palm Harbor, FL also proudly accepts patients from Clearwater, Oldsmar, Tarpon Springs, Tampa, Eastlake, and surrounding areas.
A “bad bite” occurs when your teeth are misaligned, which causes the jaw muscles to apply extra pressure in order to compensate for the poor alignment of your teeth. This increased stress on the surface of the teeth leads to cracks and chips, and jaw pains.
When the muscle strain extends to the temporomandibular joint, located where the upper and lower jaws meet, individuals will suffer from temporomandibular disorder or TMJ.
Dr. Lieberman highly encourages patients to schedule an appointment is they experience the following symptoms that are indicators of TMJ:
- Pain in multiple teeth or the jaw joint
- Limited jaw movement
- Cracked, chipped or broken dental restorations
- Headache—especially when opening and closing your jaw
- Ear pain—in front of or below the ear, with no other signs of ear infection
- Noises “in your head” — grinding, crunching, or popping sounds
If you are experience any of the listed symptoms, it is essential to consult Dr. Lieberman about treatment options to diminish your tooth, jaw, and head aches caused by TMJ. For a reliable professional near you, call Dr. Lieberman today.
For more information about TMJ and different treatment options call Dr. Lieberman on North Palm Harbor, FL at 727-785-8017 or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com.
Dr. Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Oldsmar, Tarpon Springs, Tampa, Eastlake, and surrounding areas.