I blow bubbles

by bernie mc court
(kitchener ontario)

I got an implant 6 months ago and I find that when I talk I blow bubbles a lot of the times.

What is the cause of this?

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Blowing Bubbles
by: Sharon B., RDH

Hi Bernie,

The reason for blowing bubbles could be a couple of different reasons. #1 You may have a space between the tooth and the gums, that is gathering saliva and when you open your mouth to talk, you are essentially "blowing" through it, as you would with a bubble wand. #2 could be that you're making more saliva than you used to (there could be a dozen explanations for this) and that is why you are blowing bubbles, which would have nothing to do with your implant. Check to see if your salivary flow has increased due to discontinuing a medication (several cause dry mouth) or if you're frequently chewing gum.

Bring it up to your dentist at the next appointment so they can make sure your implant crown is set down close enough to the gums.

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by: Federic

In some people the saliva formation inside mouth will be more. So like you mentioned bubble will form when we talk. I don’t think that there is something wrong with the implant. Please try to consult an expert dentist. Mik: EHR solutions

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