Teeth Cleaning


Professional dental cleanings with a registered hygienist will promote soft and hard tissue hygiene. The primary purpose of cleaning is the removal of tartar from hard surfaces, a mineralized plaque that creates a lovely home for millions of bacteria and other microbes.

Leaving this microbial harbor unattended might cause the release of numerous toxins affecting gums, teeth, and attached bone leading to tooth loss eventually.

Regular tooth brushing can remove uncalcified debris leaving calcified parts behind. Special instruments and professional intervention is required to remove this calculus, followed by polishing procedures. These procedures together are called Oral prophylaxis.

Flossing is another technique that can be practiced after brushing for the removal of particles in between teeth. Devices like oral irrigators aid in flossing teeth. This procedure will be explained by the hygienist to the patient and will help in practice. Incorrectly performed procedures might cause injury to soft tissues. Professional guidance should be taken for adapting proper techniques.

Disinfection is a procedure that follows the cleaning. Antiseptics are recommended for the same. 0.2% chlorhexidine is the joint compound used as an antiseptic in practice.

Maintenance is essential in this procedure, including frequent dentist visits until all oral health concerns are addressed. Since discoloration settles into the enamel of your teeth over time, this helps slow yellowing while creating a glassy surface for better cleaning.

While dental emergencies can strike anyone, anytime, our patients at finesse dental care who commit to regular preventive care appointments usually experience fewer problems over time. We can proactively approach your dental health and address issues while they are still small through professional cleanings with a registered dental hygienist. To maintain a healthy mouth, every dental patient must take good dental hygiene.

We at Finesse Dental Care encourage every dental patient must brush their teeth thoroughly twice a day with fluoridated toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. It is necessary for every dental patient to thoroughly brush their teeth using a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste at least twice a day.

General guidelines state patients should be scheduled for scaling and polishing every six months. While this is ideal for most people, some will need to come in every three months, and others will only need to come in every nine or 12 months.

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