Maintain Your Oral Health With Regular Dental Cleanings

Professional cleanings are vital to keeping your mouth healthy and decreasing the risk of dental issues. At First-in-Smiles Dentistry in Matthews, we offer professional cleanings to help keep your smile strong and in good condition.

What do professional dental cleanings involve?

Professional cleanings involve the removal of plaque and tartar buildup from on and around the teeth. First-in-Smiles Dentistry uses various tools and techniques to thoroughly clean your teeth. This can include ultrasonic scaling, hand scaling, polishing, and flossing. At the same time, we can educate you about your teeth, gums, and mouth, give you instructions about brushing and flossing at home, and explain any treatment options if necessary.

What benefits do deep dental cleanings offer?

Professional cleanings can help prevent gum disease, cavities, tooth loss, and bad breath. They can also help protect the enamel of your teeth and reduce the risk of developing more severe issues later on. Regular professional cleanings can also help you keep your smile looking its brightest and most beautiful.

How often are professional cleanings recommended?

It is recommended that adults have a professional cleaning at least once every six months to maintain their oral health. If you have any existing dental issues, such as gum disease, it may be necessary to schedule more frequent cleanings.

Who should consider professional cleanings?

Anyone concerned about their oral hygiene should consider professional cleaning. They are especially important for smokers and diabetics, as these patients are more susceptible to dental issues.

Contact First-in-Smiles Dentistry today for a professional cleaning and maintain a healthy smile! Our experienced team is ready to help keep your teeth bright and beautiful for years.

Contact First-in-Smiles Dentistry About Teeth Cleanings Today!

  • Eliminate plaque and tartar build-up
  • Remove stains and discoloration on the teeth
  • Prevent bacterial infections from occurring
  • Avoid developing cavities and tooth decay
  • Show off a bright, healthy smile!

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