A healthier looking smile
Get the Benefits of Gentle & Deep Teeth Cleaning
At Dr. Fred Blum & Associates, we believe that a healthy smile starts with good oral hygiene. That’s why we recommend regular teeth cleaning services to keep your smile looking and feeling its best.
Teeth cleaning is a preventive dental procedure that removes plaque and other debris from the surfaces of your teeth. It’s the first step in protecting your teeth and gums from decay and disease.
During a teeth cleaning, our experienced dental hygienists use special instruments to gently scrape away plaque and tartar from your teeth. In addition to removing plaque and tartar, teeth cleaning also helps protect your teeth from staining and discoloration caused by foods, drinks, and tobacco.
Regular teeth cleaning can help keep your smile looking its best and prevent more serious dental problems down the line.
The American Dental Association recommends that you visit your dentist twice a year to get routine examinations and cleanings. If you have a history of periodontal disease, you should get your teeth cleaned more often in order to prevent the recurrence of infections or disease.
During your oral and gum disease evaluation we can determine the health of your mouth. Depending on your periodontal measurements, and the presence of any bleeding, inflammation, or other negative signs of poor health, we can make recommendations on the type of dental teeth cleaning you require.
We offer a full range of teeth cleaning services, including:
- Deep Cleaning
- Root Planning
- Fluoride Treatments
If periodontal disease is present, we offer gentle deep teeth cleaning as part of our general dentistry practice. We recommend it twice annually and anytime x-rays show any kind of bone loss, developing pockets, or gum disease.
Our experienced dental hygienists are dedicated to providing quality care and helping you maintain a healthy smile.
If you’re looking for teeth cleaning services, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you get the care you need.