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  1. Arti says:

    Dental implants, on the other hand, are fixed restorations. Dentures are removable and can slip out of place while eating and speaking. This means they cannot be removed from the mouth and will not slip while eating or speaking like dentures. it’s perfectly normal to experience minor swelling, pain, and even bleeding. You may be a candidate for dental implants if you have severely damaged or decayed teeth, or if you are missing one or more teeth. You must also have adequate bone mass to support an implant. Directly following surgery, it’s recommended to eat cool, soft foods. it’s also recommended that you avoid hot or warm foods as thes Instead wait until 2-3 days after surgery to begin eating warm foods. it’s also recommended that you avoid hot or warm foods as these can actually trigger bleeding. After the initial placement of your dental implants, you will need to make temporary diet modifications.

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