Poor oral hygiene negatively impacts your health. Dental cleaning promotes your oral health by removing common determinants from the teeth, gums, and mouth. Colorado Alliance for Health Equity and Practice (CAHEP) offer exceptional dental cleaning services at the office in Denver and Aurora, Colorado. Call today and learn more or book through the website's online reservation system.
Dental cleanings are like a physical for your mouth that monitors your overall oral health. The primary goal of a dental cleaning is to remove the buildup of plaque and tartar surrounding the gum line.
Dental cleaning services use specialized tools to deep clean in between teeth and gums
Frequent dental cleanings ensure the team at CAHEP checks for signs of tooth decay and other common oral health issues. Forgoing dental cleanings increases your risk of cavities, periodontal disease, and tooth loss.
These conditions require potentially expensive treatments and more time in the clinic, taking away time spent enjoying life. Additionally, morbidities like periodontal disease are uncomfortable and often cause pain. Dental cleanings greatly reduce the risk of this occurring.
It’s recommended to seek out a dental cleaning once or twice a year at minimum. If you’re experiencing symptoms of pain and discomfort, additional visits may help. However, the American Dental Association states there is no one-size-fits-all dental treatment. Your health and dental care providers often determine the frequency you should schedule dental cleanings.
A dental cleaning is a simple procedure that often induces little to no discomfort. Before the cleaning, the team at CAHEP perform a thorough examination of your mouth and gum tissue. They may also check surrounding tissues, such as your face and neck. The team also considers your medical and family history.
The dental cleaning procedure takes place once the experts finish the comprehensive assessment. They quickly break down the buildup of plaque and tartar inside the mouth with specialized tools. These tools provide visual clarity through mirrored instruments and safely remove the deposits with a hook-shaped tool known as a scaler.
Once the team finishes removing the plaque and tartar, they perform extensive brushing and flossing that helps polish teeth and remove any remaining debris. Sometimes, fluoride treatment to the teeth supplies additional protection, however, this may vary depending on your needs.
Call Colorado Alliance for Health Equity and Practice today and schedule an appointment. You can also book through the website’s reservation system.