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What Does a Dental Cleaning Involve?
WHAT DOES A DENTAL CLEANING INVOLVE? Our dental hygienists will begin
to clean your teeth by scraping off hard mineral buildup (tartar) with a small metal tool. Then, they will floss your teeth, using a polishing compound. And apply fluoride. After they're finished, your teeth will feel both smooth and clean. Afterward, your teeth will sparkle!
Tarter Buildup Removed During Your Dental Cleaning
scrapes away at tarter. "Teeth tartar, also called dental calculus, is a crusty deposit that can trap stains on the teeth and cause discoloration." The strong bond it creates can only be removed by a dental professional. Tartar formation also creates difficulty in removing both new plaque and bacteria.
Our dental hygienists will remove tarter above and below your gumline.
Why is it important to prevent dental calculus buildup?
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explains, "The surface of tartar is rough and makes it difficult to remove plaque with a toothbrush and floss. Tartar is unsightly... it can be yellow or even brown as stains accumulate. In addition, since it attracts plaque and makes cleaning at home difficult, it can contribute to tooth decay, bad breath and serious forms of gum disease."What Happens After Tartar Removal?
Then, our dental hygienists will floss your teeth. And apply both a polishing compound and apply fluoride.
Flossing prevents gingivitis. It also helps control diabetes, respiratory disease, and heart disease. Plus, it reduces bad breath.
Polishing helps remove marks and stains on your teeth. Additionally, it polishes your teeth.
Fluoride fights cavities. Plus, it both repairs and strengthens enamel.
If you’re worried about your dental cleaning, then don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with us
. We can help you get your dental health back on track.
Our services not only ensure you have clean teeth but they also help prevent issues for years to come.
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