• Routine Care

  • The main goal of routine care is to protect oral health against issues that may arise over time. There are a variety of steps that can be taken to reduce the risks of needing restorative care.

    Along with at-home treatments, it is important to visit a dentist regularly. Even with the utmost care and attention paid on the part of the patient, there is no substitute for the knowledge and experience of dental professionals. After 30 years in the dental industry, the team at A Center for Dental Implants has developed a keen sense for recognizing symptoms and warning signs that may turn into issues later on. It is not uncommon for our team of highly skilled professionals to notice an issue that the patient was not aware of.

    At A Center for Dental Implants we pride ourselves on providing our patients with all the facts on hand. We believe that the best way to prevent issues down the line is through education. With all of your options in front of you, you can then decide what you would like to do to achieve your desired results. Though the choice is yours to make, you are not alone! We will answer any questions you may have and educate you on the potential pros and cons of the options.

    How do I care for my dental implants?

     Dental implants should be treated just like your real teeth. It is important to brush, floss, rinse with ADA approved mouthwash, and schedule dental check-ups regularly. This will keep your implants and teeth looking great and working well.   

    Give us a call at (630) 571-2500 to set up a consultation so we can help you decide if dental implants are the right move for you.