Dental Cleanings in El Paso, TX
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What Are Dental Cleanings?
Even if you have a perfect oral hygiene routine at home, it is still recommended that you receive professional dental cleanings at Awesome Smiles twice each year. Using state-of-the-art equipment, a biannual professional cleaning treats built-up tartar and plaque while polishing your teeth for a brighter, healthier smile. After your appointment, you can get tips on caring for your teeth at home and learn if there are any areas that need extra attention. A dental cleaning will give one of our team members a chance to check for any issues in the mouth that might require care. Regular dental cleanings are an important part of maintaining your oral health so make an appointment for yourself and your family at our El Paso, TX location.
What Are The Benefits Of Dental Cleanings?
El Paso, TX individuals who attend regularly-scg dental cleanings can anticipate gaining a number of benefits following their dental cleaning treatments, including:
- Prevention of disease that catches cavities or other issues before they progress
- Reduction of plaque and debris buildup
- Ability to elect for fluoride treatment to strengthen and protect teeth
- Improvement of overall tooth health and appearance
Why Are Dental Cleanings Important?
Dental cleanings are a crucial part of an oral health routine that keeps your teeth, gums, and mouth in the best possible condition and smiling bright. With twice yearly cleanings performed at Awesome Smiles in El Paso, TX, our dental team can help clear tartar and plaque buildup, reduce staining and discoloration, and apply fluoride treatment. Even you keep up with a diligent home dental routine, your teeth still need professional cleanings. Additionally, your hygienist can help you pinpoint areas of concern and where your home dental habits can be improved.
What To Expect from Dental Cleanings
Your cleaning will start by addressing the tartar and plaque that have built up on your teeth, which is challenging to remove on your own with just daily brushing and flossing. Advanced equipment is used to carefully scale buildup without affecting the enamel. To begin, an ultrasonic device loosens bigger chunks of tartar and plaque with high-speed vibrations and a lubricating mist. Next, a fine handheld instrument, like a scaler or curette, will remove the remaining pieces. Every tooth needs to be individually scaled to get all the buildup. After the teeth are cleaned, the enamel will be polished to remove stains and strengthen the teeth. If requested or needed, a fluoride treatment will be completed after your cleaning.
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I love having an appointment that is timely. I deeply appreciate the courteous and friendly staff- it does not matter how bad my day is going, when I walk in the greet me with a sunny attitude and it always manages to lift my spirits. The dental technicians are top notch. The technology used here is mind boggling! Dr. Provenghi is brilliant and accesses all the latest technology to keep smiles healthy and beautiful. I highly recommend this dental practice.
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Professional Dental Cleaning
At Awesome Smiles, Dr. Tracy Provenghi works with adults and children to help improve their oral health by removing built-up plaque and tartar. A professional cleaning can keep you and your family from a lot of trouble and extensive treatments later. Contact our dental office in El Paso, TX to schedule appointments for your whole family.
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Dental Cleanings FAQs
How long does it take to perform a dental cleaning?
Are dental cleanings painful?
Most patients do not describe a dental cleaning as painful. Having said that, some issues can lead to increased sensitivity in the teeth and gums during the cleaning process. These may include gum inflammation, tooth decay, infections, and other forms of oral disease.