Cleaning & Polishing
Cleaning & Polishing teeth is a dental procedure that leaves your tooth enamel glossy and smooth. Many people think that tooth polishing is just a way to make teeth look good, but it actually has some important oral health benefits.
About teeth cleaning & polishing
Benefits of tooth polishing/cleaning
Plaque may be removed from your teeth by using tooth polish. According to research, having your teeth polished doesn’t prevent you from developing gum disease, but it does cause you to have fewer germs. Bacteria are constantly present in your mouth, but certain of them can create cavities.
The main purpose of polishing goes beyond leaving your teeth whiter. An important component of an effective polish process is scaling.
A dental cleaning allows you to review the state of your oral health. We consider the majority of dental plans and offer a wide range of affordable financial alternatives for any budget. Patient satisfaction is our top priority, which leads to long-lasting relationships.
Consultation.A consultation from a dentist addresses issues related to the teeth and gums using state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge technology. Dentists make use of laser technology, brushes, x-ray machines, and other equipment.
CheckupThe hygienist cleans and polishes your teeth, discusses how to maintain your teeth, and answers your questions. The dentist reviews the cleaning done by the hygienist, conducts an oral examination of your gums and teeth.
TreatmentsThe dentist can provide this therapy to the same extent each patient wants.
RecoveryOn average, between 5 and 7 days can pass before the gums fully recover following a deep cleansing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How does teeth whitening really work?
A. A bleaching solution applied directly to the teeth. It just like how you bleach a shirt…similarly…we bleach the teeth. The results lasts 6-8 months depending on patient habits and maintenance
Q. What is the whitening agent that used to be used?
A.There are many kinds of whitening available, including Carbamide Peroxide, Carbamide Peroxide with Potassium Nitrate Fluoride, and Hydrogen Peroxide.
Q. How long does it require to whiten teeth?
A. The whitening process typically only takes an hour. You can relax while watching TV or use our complimentary internet to post pictures and videos of your procedure in our comfortable chair.