Are you someone who is ready to get your teeth deep cleaned and would like to know more about the process? We can help with that. Did you know that the American Academy of Periodontology recommends dentists offer deep cleanings when x-rays show bone loss or a full-mouth exam reveals one or more gum pockets greater than 4 millimeters deep? With that being said, a regular checkup with your dentist can evaluate whether your teeth need a deep cleaning or not.
What Happens During A Deep Cleaning?
During a deep cleaning visit, your dental hygienist will remove plaque and tartar buildup on the surface of your teeth above and below the gum line. This can help reduce the inflammation in your gums and will continue to improve your gum health. After a deep cleaning, a follow-up visit may be needed to ensure the health of your gums is improving.
The Advantages Of A Deep Cleaning
If your dentist recommends a deep cleaning, it may be due to the fact that your gums are pulling away from your teeth. When this happens, the gum disease will gradually get worse and cause an even wider space between your gums and teeth. However, deep cleaning can help with this situation. There are, in fact, many advantages to deep cleaning your teeth. This simple process can help prevent gum disease, fight bad breath, protect the root of the tooth, improves the health of your gums, and helps prevents tooth loss.
Schedule Your Deep Cleaning Today
If you are ready to talk to ADC Dental Group about scheduling your deep cleaning, give us a call at (417) 553-9300. We would love to set you up with a regular checkup to evaluate whether your teeth are in need of this simple procedure, and will help you get an appointment scheduled, if so. To learn more about ADC Dental Group and the services that we offer, please visit our website at adcofjoplin.com.