DENTAL HYGIENEGenerally speaking, teeth cleaning consists of removing tartar from the both teeth and any present under the gums. The cleaning process also removes stains from the tooth surface.
Generally speaking, teeth cleaning consists of removing tartar that is on the teeth or under the gums, along with surface stains. This procedure, which takes between 30 and 40 minutes, can only be performed by a certified professional, such as a dentist or dental hygienist. It is important to go to an expert because when incorrectly done, cleaning can lead to serious oral health problems.
Dental hygiene is the first step in many treatments (root planing, whitening, desensitising treatments) and is a means of preventing many other diseases (cavities. . .)
Anyone can get professional teeth cleaning done, provided that they do not suffer from serious gum diseases such as chronic periodontitis or pyorrhea. A complete periodontal treatment is required for these diseases.
- The Dental hygiene is usually a painless process that is well tolerated when done by ultrasound, as many patients prefer not to feel anything because they are apprehensive or their teeth are sensitive, etc. Therefore we offer aesthetic gels and pain blocking techniques, so you’ll never know what it’s like to feel pain at the dentist.
- The reality is that daily, meticulous and constant cleaning of the teeth and mucous membranes is the best preventive treatment for most oral diseases, and this must be done by the patient.