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We can deep clean your smile with our prophylaxis treatment

Questions & Answers

Prophylaxis

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WHY DO MY TEETH NEED TO BE PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED?

Receiving professional teeth cleaning is important, as even good dental hygiene habits will not remove all the bacteria from your mouth. A professional cleaning is needed to remove tartar buildup on your teeth and below the gumline, where your brush cannot reach.

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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PROPHYLAXIS?

Prophylaxis can give you a healthier smile, as it helps remove plaque and tartar that contribute to gum disease and other dental issues. It can also help reduce bad breath and stains on your teeth.

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HOW OFTEN DO I NEED MY TEETH CLEANED?

You should come in twice a year for your regular dental cleanings. If you are struggling with gum disease, you may need to come in more often, about every three months.

Prophylaxis

 
WHAT IS PROPHYLAXIS

Tartar and plaque can build up not only on your teeth but also below your gumline. With prophylaxis, or deep dental cleaning, our dentists and team at Dentistry and Braces Group can thoroughly clean under your gumline and in the hard-to-reach areas of your mouth. Learn more about prophylaxis by calling us today!

Prophylaxis involves a more intensive cleaning routine than regular dental cleanings. Even if you have perfect oral hygiene habits, it is impossible to protect the sections of your teeth that lie below the gumline. Prophylaxis removes the tartar and plaque that builds up below the gumline and in areas of your mouth that are difficult to reach.

Why Get Prophylaxis?

Our dentists will scale your tooth and polish it to make it smoother and less likely to attract bacteria and other harmful deposits in the future. This helps prevent gum disease from worsening and begins the healing process to restore your oral health. Our dentists may also take the opportunity to check your mouth for any other problematic developments below the gumline, such as tooth decay.

If you have periodontal disease, you should receive deep dental cleanings on a regular basis to help prevent more severe damage from gum disease and bone loss in the future. Our dentists will evaluate your mouth to determine the severity of your periodontal disease and recommend a schedule of regular treatments to help keep your mouth free from gum disease.

Contact Us

At Dentistry and Braces group, we believe that everyone deserves exceptional dental care, no matter their age or circumstance. For personalized, comprehensive dental care, contact our experienced dentists and make your appointment today.