At Nuera Dental Center, we recommend our patients to get complete dental exams and dental prophylaxis (teeth cleanings) at a minimum of once a year. During your exam, we will look at your overall oral health, provide a cleaning of your teeth and gums to prevent the progression of gingivitis.
When you choose us for your oral health, you can rest assured that we treat our patients with kindness and professionalism. In addition to getting your regular exams and dental prophylaxis treatments (teeth cleanings), we always recommend our clients brush and floss minimum twice daily to ensure your overall oral health.
How Important Is Oral Hygiene?
Oral hygiene is necessary for eliminating bacteria in the mouth. Bacteria builds to form plaque that can harden and lead to long-term ailments such as gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease, and periodontal disease if it is not removed. A good dental care routine, regular checkups, and dental exams at Calgary’s Nuera Dental will keep your mouth healthy and prevent inflammation, infection, decay, and tooth loss.
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Dental Prophylaxis (Teeth Cleaning) in Calgary
A dental prophylaxis is a cleaning treatment performed to thoroughly clean the teeth and gums. It is an important dental treatment for stopping the progression of gingivitis and periodontal disease.
In addition to this treatment when you are at home, it is essential for you to keep up with daily teeth brushing and flossing for your overall dental health. Excellent oral health habits come with many benefits worth noting.
Benefits of Regular Dental Prophylaxis (Teeth Cleaning)
Dental Prophylaxis (teeth cleaning) is an effective procedure in keeping the oral cavity in proper health and halting the progression of gum disease. The benefits include:
At Nuera Dental in downtown Calgary, we are passionate about our patients’ oral health. Your mouth is like the gateway to the rest of your body and many people do not realize that symptoms like bleeding gums or tartar and calculus buildup can be absorbed through to the rest of your body. We recommend getting dental prophylaxis (teeth cleaning) performed twice annually as a preventative measure, but should be completed every 3-4 months for periodontitis sufferers or those with certain chronic conditions. It should be noted that gum disease cannot be completely reversed, but regular prophylaxis treatments (teeth cleanings) are the best ways we can effectively halt progression.ss
We look forward to meeting you for your next dental exam and dental prophylaxis (teeth cleaning).