Deep Cleaning Copperfield & Sugar Land TX

Deep Cleaning (scaling and root planning) and routine teeth cleaning, both are two different procedures. Periodontal causes harmful bacteria that can even destroy other nearby structure of jaw and in ultimate cases lead to tooth loss.

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, every patient must get assessment every year for determining whether additional treatment is required. The dentist might recommend a deep cleaning and root planning appointment. As tartar and plaque get below your gum line, and could easily affect the gum to swell and recede. This lead to develop into a periodontal pocket, which causes more damage to the teeth. Adult with chronic gum diseases are suggested to have deep cleaning to avoid such a teeth loss.

Avoid Deep Cleaning

It is estimated that 80-percent of the population has some form of gum disease. The disease of gum surgery is painless, but it is important that you seek treatment it can be caused by:

  • Poor diet
  • Stress
  • Genetics
  • Pregnancy
  • Puberty
  • Grinding your teeth
  • Chewing tobacco
  • Smoking
  • Inadequate oral hygiene
  • Diabetes

The Procedure:

The patient is more relaxed during the deep cleaning procedure that includes a few steps:

Examination - Before cleaning process, the dentist examine your entire mouth, dentist will use a small mirror to check your gums and teeth and for any signs of inflamed gums. After study all the problems which need to be corrected, the dentist start to the cleaning process.

Toothpaste Cleaning - When teeth become tartar-free, the dentist using high-powered electric brush. However, Professional cleaning utilizes toothpaste like ordinary toothpaste that smoothly scrubs the teeth with a particulate consistency.

Tartar Elimination - With the use of small mirror and scaler for eliminating plaque and tartar between the teeth around the gum line. The procedure, to scrape a particular spot depends on the how much amount of tartar is present.

Flossing - The dentist flosses patient teeth to remove any plaque that is left over.

Rinse - Dentist used this liquid to rinse your mouth.

Fluoride Treatment - Cleaning process generally ends with a fluoride treatment which protects your teeth combat against cavities for several months.

If you might be a candidate for deep teeth cleaning, Contact us today, our highly-trained staff can help you with customized treatment plan.