Implant problem

Discussion in 'Cosmetic Dentistry' started by Sharon, Dec 31, 2017.

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    Sharon

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    A year ago I had 4 implants, pre molars, placed surgeon (periodontist) waited 5 months and then impressions for crowns were taken by dentist. It has been about 5 months and I seem to have some bleeding when I brush the gum line.....I use some peridex and it clears up then it will re appear. Went to implant surgeon (periodontitis) and he seems to see nothing wrong....just gave me some brushing techniques. I was worried about peri implantitis but he assured me I didn’t have it! I do have thin gums not sure if that makes a difference. Has anyone had this and any suggestions?
     
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    Sharon, Dec 31, 2017
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    Busybee

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    If you have implants you should really be going to see a hygienist every two to three months. Get a second opinion.
     
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