Dental Cleaning – White Plains

Dental Cleaning

To preserve a healthy smile, it is crucial to have regular teeth cleanings. Our experienced hygienists make use of advanced tools and methods to eliminate plaque and tartar accumulation, which helps to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

Interested in learning more about the ways we can help you maintain your smile?
Matthew Dery
May 30, 2024

Friendly, clean, and prompt. Everything I wanted in a dentist. You can tell the staff enjoys their work and cares about their patients. Any questions I have are always answered honestly. I always leave smiling :)

Leonard Owens
May 30, 2024

Doctors are really good and they are so nice and it’s a nice clean place

cristian munoz
May 30, 2024

Dr. Danial and Darina were at the upmost respectful and informative people you could ever meet. They really went above and beyond to explain all the questions i had thoroughly and made sure I left happy. Definitely recommended and deserve more than 5 stars!! :)

Linda Martinez
May 30, 2024

Entire staff is wonderful! Dentist has so much patience and the office is very clean

Lorena Oliveira
May 29, 2024

Very efficient, the office and the equipment are very clean and they really go above and beyond in order to help you. Super recommend

Robin Austin
May 18, 2024

The staff was very helpful in setting up my first appointment. Very clean and neat dental office.

Importance of Dental Cleanings

Regular dental cleanings are an essential part of maintaining good oral health. According to the American Dental Association, it is recommended that patients visit their dentist at least twice a year for a routine examination and cleaning. This is particularly important for patients with a history of periodontal disease, who should get their teeth cleaned more often to prevent the recurrence of infections or disease.

The Role of Routine Appointments

During these routine appointments, your dentist will assess your brushing and flossing habits to provide advice on the best products and practices to keep your teeth and mouth healthy. This is also an opportunity for your dentist to identify any areas of concern, such as hard-to-reach areas and places where food may be trapped, such as around fillings and crowns.

Addressing Flossing Concerns

Flossing can be challenging, and patients may struggle to reach all areas of their mouth. It’s important to discuss these everyday issues with your dentist, as repeatedly missing certain areas in the mouth while cleaning can quickly snowball into a bigger problem if left unaddressed. Your dentist can provide solutions such as different types of floss for narrower spaces or replacement fillings if something has come loose.

The Benefits of In-Office Dental Cleaning

In-office dental cleaning is a detailed and deep cleaning provided by your dentist or hygienist. This ensures your teeth are free of debris and tartar build-up, giving them the best chance of remaining healthy. Your dentist and hygienist will typically recommend cleaning and polishing every six months. During the procedure, they will be able to identify any areas that are showing signs of residual cleaning issues and recommend new or alternative cleaning methods to ensure no teeth are susceptible to decay caused by insufficient cleaning practices.

Frequency of Dental Cleanings

It is important to note that patients with pre-existing conditions may require more frequent cleanings. However, this is something that should be discussed with your dentist. Ask your dentist about any food and drink habits you’re concerned could affect the health and appearance of your teeth.

Contact Us To Set Up An Appointment

Dental cleanings are an essential part of maintaining good oral health. Regular visits to your dentist can help identify any areas of concern and provide solutions to prevent further damage or decay. 

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