It's no secret that the teeth and gums need constant care. First of all, this requires individual hygiene – brushing of teeth regularly at home with a toothbrush and floss. But unfortunately, it is not always enough. Dental hygiene comes to the rescue if you set out to save the health of your teeth and their beauty for a very long time.

Preventive Cleaning

In order to keep your teeth and gums in good condition, you should receive professional preventive teeth cleaning twice a year. Preventive cleaning will help to get rid of plaque, remove organic deposits in arduous places, tone soft tissue and improve the enamel aesthetics, as well as to identify possible diseases at an early stage when treatment is the fastest, gentlest, and the least expensive.

Plaque and Tartar Removal

Plaque is a solid deposit on the tooth enamel. It is difficult to confuse it with anything else - yellowish or brown solid coating cannot be removed by cleaning at home and spoils a healthy smile. Fortunately, only one session at a hygienist can help you to get rid of it and protect your teeth from this trouble for a long time.

Tartar Removal by ultrasound is a little uncomfortable, but a painless procedure. Only in very rare complicated cases, local anesthesia is required. Most often it is caused by gum or enamel disease or neglected care.

Professional Cleaning involves several steps:

- Plaque cleaning, performed by an ultrasonic hook. This method allows you to remove plaque without damaging tooth enamel as painlessly as possible.

- Plaque cleaning and removal by Air Flow powder. It helps to clean the tartar remnants, invisible to the eye, remove soft plaque, as well as a dark patina from coffee, cigarettes and other coloring factors.

- Polishing, this has both aesthetic and preventive effect. It is harder for plaque and calculus to form on a smooth surface and your teeth will maintain health and attractive whiteness for a long time.

- Dental bite splints 5-10 minute installation with a fluorine-containing gel. Fluoridation helps to avoid discomfort after the procedure, reduce sensitivity of the enamel and protect against tooth decay.

Why is it important to remove plaque timely?

Solid deposits on teeth eventually fall lower and lower towards the tooth neck and can form so-called "pockets" between the gum and tooth. This condition provokes serious gum disease, accompanied by bleeding and bad breath.

You should remember that correct, regular oral hygiene and preventive professional cleaning will save you time, money and nerves. Healthy radiant smile will guarantee you a good mood and confidence.