Yes. However, some dental procedures and equipment could damage or otherwise affect your pacemaker. Always be sure to always tell your dentist that you have an implanted device so that they can take the necessary precautions.
Cardiovascular implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) use electrical impulses to maintain proper heart rhythm. They are becoming more common as the initial population into which they were introduced ages with an increased life expectancy, and as implantations have increased.1- This means patients, dental professionals and staff are more likely to have CIEDs, increasing the possibility of electromagnetic interference from electronic dental equipment. The link below contains information related to procedures that can safely be completed in the dental office:
The safety of amalgam fillings has been a hotly debated issue for some time. Concerns have been raised about the use of amalgam because it contains mercury. Amalgam critics have made claims since the 1840s that amalgam is unsafe because it may cause mercury poisoning and other toxicity. However, dental amalgam has been studied and reviewed extensively, and has established a record of safety and effectiveness.
A mouthwash rinse used after cleaning your tongue moisturizes the mouth and kills additional bacteria. Remember, maintaining fresh breath goes beyond routine tooth brushing. Getting into the habit of giving your tongue adequate attention will help keep your breath neutral and fresh.