Professional tooth cleaning at affordable prices at Kaarst

Professionally provided for – a safe, clean and pleasant feeling

Even with thorough, daily dental care, plaque develops over time. Especially in hard-to-reach areas such as interdental spaces and inner tooth surfaces. This biofilm – consists of bacteria, plaque and tartar.

With our trained team for prophylaxis and dental hygiene we help you to optimize your oral hygiene.

Professional tooth cleaning – as an important prophylactic pillar for the long-term preservation of your oral health.

In the process, plaque is gently and thoroughly removed with an ultrasound device and special scalers (hand instruments), especially in areas that are difficult to access.

For cleaning discolorations (by nicotine, red wine, coffee or black tea), as well as for deep cleaning of the gums, the teeth are cleaned with a powder jet device and polished to a high gloss if necessary (due to particularly stubborn plaque). This makes it more difficult for bacteria and plaque to accumulate again.

The tooth surfaces are treated with highly concentrated fluoride or mineral preparations to increase their resistance to harmful influences.

With this experience and the result you want to be seen!

The teeth are brighter, noticeably clean and smooth. Depending on the number of teeth and the degree of soiling, one session lasts about one hour.

Those who really value intact teeth and healthy gums should have their teeth professionally cleaned!

Professional tooth cleaning

Dental treatment can be very expensive, especially if the disease already affects the dental canals and requires endodontic therapy.

However, regular caries prophylaxis prevents enamel damage. There are many different preventive activities.

Professional tooth cleaning is one of them.

Dental cleaning in a dental practice can be done in various ways:

  • mechanically, for which various dental instruments, brushes, special hooks are used;
  • Ultrasound scaler;
  • Air Flow;

The greatest success is achieved with a combination of these techniques. With the help of an ultrasonic wave it is possible to dissolve strong bonds in minerals that form tartar.

The result is that it is broken up into smaller parts that detach independently of the surface of the teeth. They are then washed with a directed jet of water. It is important that during such exposure it is possible to remove dental deposits in the most inaccessible places where it is not possible to reach with a toothbrush to work on areas that are not visible during the examination.

Such a procedure is performed quickly, painlessly and as efficiently as possible.

The effect of “Air Flow”, the so-called sandblast, is based on a special suspension consisting of finely distributed soda particles and a water-air mixture. This flow is directed at the small tartar particles that remain after ultrasonic cleaning.

Effects are also effective for mild plaque. The spherical shape of the abrasive not only cleans the teeth but also polishes them. The presence of a smooth surface is an additional plus, as in this case the repeated deposition of plaque will be difficult. By using the Air Flow device, it is also possible to restore the natural colour of the enamel.

Indications for professional cleaning are the following symptoms:

  • Deterioration of the colour of the enamel,
  • Thick brown plaque on the teeth;
  • bleeding gums
  • halitosis

There are different methods for professional oral hygiene, and the doctor will suggest the most optimal one. Patients with the following indications should always have their teeth cleaned.

  • Dental implants in the mouth;
  • pregnancy
  • the childhood and adolescence of the patient;
  • Cardiovascular diseases, accompanied by cardiac arrhythmias, other severe somatic disorders;
  • Conditions characterized by a strong decrease in immunity.
  • AIDS, hepatitis, tuberculosis, etc.

Modern studies reliably prove the great role that professional tooth cleaning plays in caries prevention. It has been proven that cleaning the teeth twice a year reduces the probability of repeated damage to the enamel. Regular visits to a specialist also contribute to the earliest recognition of the carious process, which completely eliminates neglected forms and allows treatment with simpler methods and at lower cost.

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