The typical dental cleaning procedure involves the removal of tartar build up from the teeth. However, not all dental cleanings are designed in this fashion. Many other options can be undertaken to clean your teeth. Some are costing more than others, while others being more comprehensive than others. Dental cleanings are essential because dentists are trained in identifying the underlying causes of bad breath, gum irritation and plaque accumulation.
We may think we are doing everything right in our bathrooms with our 3-minute brush routine, but there are several hygienic issues that we cannot detect unless assisted by a trained healthcare professional. The cost of a dental cleaning is dependent on the amount of cleaning that is needed. If you haven’t visited the dentist for over five years, then the chances are that your bill will be higher than someone who schedules an appointment every six months.
A dentist has to use special tools to remove tartar and plaque. Although, sometimes these tools won’t be enough and you’ll end up booking multiple appointments for a complete cleaning. Other times you may even be subject to anaesthesia if cleaning proceeds into the gum lines. These kinds of cleaning procedures involve the prevention and treatment of onset gingivitis. If tartar and plaque evolve to the point where they begin to push the teeth away from the jawline, then you’re dealing with periodontal disease. This will naturally increase the frequency of routine dental appointments, along with the incurring the charges of additional post care treatment. Procedures that are required at this stage now include laser treatments, bone grafts or even direct application of antibiotics to the periodontal pocket.
If you’ve been behind on your dental routine or just want to come in for consultations call to set up an appointment today! We offer only the best services to our patients and can assure you top quality dental cosmetics. Remember to always brush and tooth daily for optimal hygienic conditions in your mouth.