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2 Dental Rinses To Help Prevent Bacterial Buildup After A Xenograft For Your Dental Implants

If you have recently undergone a tooth extraction, then your dentist may recommend a xenograft procedure in order to rebuild the areas in your mouth that are weak before installing dental implants. Since a xenograft procedure involves making several surgical incisions, then this area of your mouth needs to remain bacteria free until it has fully healed. This can be difficult to do without aggravating the area. However, if the surgical area is left uncleaned for long periods of time, then this can quickly form bacterial buildup. Read More 

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