Dental Cleaning Service in Scottsdale for Healthier Teeth
Although a proper at-home regimen is necessary to maintain healthy teeth and gums, there’s only so much a toothbrush and floss can accomplish. To reach and clean areas a toothbrush can’t, we offer deep teeth cleaning in Scottsdale.
As a Scottsdale dentist, Dr. Gore’s office offers teeth cleaning services. Dr. Gore performs this routine preventative dental care procedure for patients of all ages. The goal is to help patients maintain their teeth and gums for a beautiful GOREgeous Smile and superior oral health for a lifetime.
Our dental cleaning service in Scottsdale helps preserve teeth for a lifetime. You’ll avoid painful procedures that could have been prevented with regular cleanings.
We also now have more information from research that shows a high correlation between gum health and overall general health. In other words, poor oral health can lead to an increased risk of heart disease and diabetes. It also leads to an increased risk of preeclampsia in women.
With regular professional teeth cleaning from your trusted Scottsdale dental office, you can keep your smile bright and beautiful for a long time.
Dental cleaning services refer to professional cleaning of teeth and gums to maintain optimal oral health.
During a dental cleaning appointment, we use specialized tools to remove plaque, tartar, and other debris from the teeth and gum line. We may also thoroughly examine the mouth to check for signs of decay, gum disease, and other oral health issues.
Learn more about our dental cleaning services.
Deep Teeth Cleaning
Deep cleaning is not required for every patient, but it is advisable for people with periodontal diseases. Also known as scaling and root planing, this procedure removes plaque and tartar from the surface of your teeth (scaling), just like with regular dental cleaning.
The difference between the two, though, lies in root planning. As gum disease develops, the gums will slowly detach from the tooth and create space for bacteria to accumulate. Root planing involves reaching into this pocket and cleaning out the plaque and bacteria buildup.
Dr. Gore offers a thorough deep dental cleaning service for Scottsdale patients. The treatment can take up to two visits and includes numbing your mouth.
Regular Teeth Cleaning
Rod W. Gore DDS offers regular teeth cleaning services for Scottsdale patients. This can be done every 6 months and is performed to remove bacteria and tartar that accumulate between the teeth and gums.
Apart from the cleaning, Dr. Gore will also examine your mouth to check for signs of oral health issues, such as tooth decay and gingivitis. These sessions are non-invasive and are an important part of preventative dental care.
To ensure that you receive the best possible care, we have established some general guidelines for our dental cleaning services. These guidelines will help you prepare for your appointment, understand what to expect during the cleaning, and know how to take care of your teeth and gums after the appointment.
Thank you for choosing our dental practice for your oral health needs. We look forward to working with you to achieve a healthy and beautiful smile.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Our regular teeth cleaning service starts with a thorough examination of your mouth to check for signs of gum disease and other potential problems. If we detect gingivitis, we’ll proceed with deep cleaning. But if your teeth and gums are in healthy condition, we’ll proceed with the regular cleaning.
Dr. Gore will scrape the tartar buildup on the surface of your teeth, as well as between them. Then, your teeth will be brushed using a high-powered electric brush and gritty toothpaste that will further scrub your teeth.
After this, your teeth will be expertly flossed. Dr. Gore can get deep between your teeth, so no surface remains uncleaned. You will be given a rinse containing liquid fluoride after flossing. Finally, you will be given a fluoride treatment to protect your teeth against cavities until your next cleaning session.
After undergoing dental cleaning, your teeth will likely be sensitive. As such, you have to wait until the numbness has subsided before attempting to eat. You might accidentally bite your tongue or cheeks without feeling it because of the anesthetic. Plus, chewing so soon might damage your sensitive gums.
You must also avoid certain foods after deep cleaning. Among these are acidic food, tough food, and snacks that break off into little pieces that might get stuck between your teeth like nuts or popcorn.
In the weeks and months following, you must keep up good oral hygiene. Brush your teeth twice daily, floss regularly, and eat teeth-healthy foods.
The cost of our teeth cleaning services varies depending on the condition of the patient’s teeth. Regular and deep cleaning are considered a form of preventative health care, which is likely partially covered by your health insurance. Our Scottsdale office will go over your insurance policy and check if a dental cleaning is included. We’ll then send you the bill of any remaining payment due.
Avoid Oral Diseases Through Our Experts
Have Rod W. Gore DDS’s expert team perform your dental cleaning service in Scottsdale, AZ to ensure great results. You’ll avoid oral diseases and maintain your overall health with regular visits to our clinic. Fill out our contact form to set an appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I get a dental cleaning?
We recommend you have your teeth cleaned every six months to avoid gum diseases. If you have periodontal disease, you will need one every three months. Your dentist will also advise you on this based on your specific situation.
Are dental cleanings painful?
They’re not painful. All you’ll feel are small vibrations and pressure on your teeth. If this makes you uncomfortable, you can establish a signal to stop with your dentist so you can have a moment to rest.
Are there any special aftercare instructions I need to follow?
There are none. However, you should follow proper oral hygiene practices. That means you need to brush twice a day, floss once a day, and rinse your mouth after every meal or snack. When rinsing, you should use a fluoride mouthwash.
What happens if I don’t get my teeth cleaned?
You’ll have an increased risk of tooth decay, discoloration, and periodontal disease. Not getting regular cleanings can lead to issues that are far more painful and expensive to treat.
What is preventive care?
Preventive care involves several steps that can range from simple at-home habits such as brushing twice daily and flossing, to regular professional check-ups with a dentist. It helps avoid costly and complicated treatments down the road, saving you time and money in the long run.
Is it better to have your teeth cleaned by a dentist or a hygienist?
Determining whether to have your teeth cleaned by a dentist or hygienist for routine care depends on several factors. For some patients, their needs are better served to have a dentist perform the dental cleaning as it requires more technique and potentially more tools.
If the patient’s mouth is healthy with no previous issues or cavities, they can typically have their teeth cleaned by a dental hygienist as they have received special training specifically in preventive care.
Rod W. Gore DDS
8535 E. Hartford Drive #208,
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Dr. Rod Gore Main Office
Scottsdale, AZ 85255