CALCULUS REMOVAL & TOOTH CLEANING

Basic Info

Dental cleanings are an important step in keeping your teeth and gums healthy. While daily brushing and flossing keeps plaque and tartar from building up on the surfaces of the teeth, professional cleanings remove buildup from places that toothbrushes simply cannot reach, as well as polishes the teeth to mitigate stains and future buildup.
If it’s been longer than a year since your last cleaning, then it’s time

What Happens During a Teeth Cleaning?

Before the actual cleaning process begins, they start with a physical exam of your entire mouth.
The dental hygienist uses a small mirror to check around your teeth and gums for any signs of gingivitis (inflamed gums) or other potential concerns.

With the small mirror to guide them, the dental hygienist uses a scaler to get rid of plaque and tartar around your gum line, as well as in between your teeth. You’ll hear scraping, but this is normal.
The more tartar there is in your mouth, the more time they’ll need to scrape a particular spot.

After your teeth are completely tartar-free, the hygienist brushes them with a high-powered electric brush.which makes a grinding noise.
While it sounds scary, it’s a great way to get a deep clean and remove any tartar left behind from the scaler.

Whether you floss regularly at home or not, nothing beats an expert flossing session. Your dental hygienist can get deep between your teeth and locate any potential trouble spots where you might bleed at the gums.

The last step of the cleaning process is a fluoride treatment. This treatment is used as a protectant for your teeth to help fight against cavities for several months.

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