What is it?

Professional dental hygiene removes soft and hard dental plaque using special instruments in the oral hygienist’s office. Dental plaque is one of the most common causes of gum inflammation, untimely caries, periodontitis (better known as periodontal disease), and early tooth loss, so it must be removed on time.

Dental and gum diseases caused by poor dental hygiene

The main cause of dental and gum diseases is poor personal oral hygiene. Diseases caused by poor oral hygiene can be prevented by regularly visiting a dentist for preventive examination, and an oral hygienist, who not only performs professional oral hygiene but also suggests the necessary tools for proper dental care at home. Incorrect food chewing, frequent consumption of soft foods and lack of salt in the body can also contribute to the onset of dental and gum diseases.

When Is Dental Hygiene Recommended?

Professional oral hygiene is recommended twice a year. Patients with implants, fixed prostheses, have to go to a hygienist every 6 months. Patients who wear dental braces should use professional oral hygiene procedures every 4 months or as recommended by the oral hygienist.

Professional oral hygiene is always performed before aesthetic filling, permanent prosthesis, and surgical interventions.

“Air-Flow” method for dental hygiene

The strong flow of air, water, and medical calcium carbonate powder quickly and painlessly clean up dental plaque. This method does not damage hard tooth tissues and gums, because the surface of the tooth is treated from a distance.

Tartar cleaning

Oral hygienist cleans mineralized plaque by using an ultrasonic scaler and the necessary hand tools. All surfaces of teeth and fillings get polished with paste. Soft and pigmented plaque is removed by air abrasion using calcium carbonate powder (better known as baking soda).

Frequently asked questions

Every person should take care of their professional oral hygiene once every 12 months. Patients with implants should be treated every 6 months, except for the cases when dental hygienist schedules more frequent visits.
In most cases, professional dental hygiene procedures are painless. However, patients with sensitive teeth or gums may experience slight pain and discomfort. For these patients, anesthesia can be used for this procedure.
Yes, this procedure is completely safe and can be used to treat pregnant women.

What is the cost of these procedures?

Each patient’s case is different, so we only set the price after a thorough analysis of the patient’s condition. Contact us and we will determine the best possible price for you.
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