Regular dental cleanings are important because they help prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other potential dental complications. These dental problems can damage your teeth by creating holes, often called dental cavities.
With regular cleanings, our dentist in Clarksburg can remove harmful bacteria and tartar buildup that cause these issues. They also keep your teeth looking their best and your breath fresh.
Getting your teeth cleaned at least twice a year can help prevent gum disease and reduce your chances of heart attacks and strokes.
During your first dental cleaning appointment, Dr. Anum Zaidi will review your medical history and ensure there are no issues that need to be addressed.
Then Dr. Anum Zaidiwill check if a dental cleaning is right for your situation. She may recommend a restorative treatment if other issues need to be addressed.
Dr. Zaidi will use special tools to gently clean and remove plaque and tartar from your teeth. Once the cleaning is complete, your dentist will floss your teeth before polishing them with a special paste. After that, the dentist may apply a fluoride treatment to help strengthen your teeth and protect them from cavities and decay.
After that, Dr. Zaidi may apply a fluoride treatment to help strengthen your teeth and protect them from cavities and decay.
Your oral health is as important as your overall health. Dr. Zaidi and her team at Urban Dental Studio provide helpful dental care tips to keep your smile healthier and brighter.
As a rule of thumb, you should go to the dentist at least twice a year for a routine exam and cleaning. However, depending on your oral health, you may need more visits. People who keep up with regular oral hygiene habits should go to the dentist every six months. This ensures that their teeth stay healthy and prevent the need for complex procedures later on. Those with other problems like periodontal disease should get checked more frequently.
A dental cleaning is a professional dental treatment that involves removing tartar, plaque, and other buildups from the surface of teeth. This clears away harmful bacteria that may be missed from brushing and flossing your teeth at home.
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