Examinations and cleanings
More frequent dental cleanings will remove odorous bacteria and food particles from gum pockets below the gumline by scaling the teeth with dental instruments specially designed to fit beneath the gumline. When you have your teeth cleaned, you are also reducing your risk of gum disease and tooth decay. Dr. Bodensteiner explains, “Having your teeth cleaned professionally and on a regular basis is critical and many times not given enough consideration.”
Reduce chances for bone and gum loss
Although these oral enemies may start out invisible, their existence is undeniable. With good oral hygiene consisting of regular brushing, flossing, cleanings, and dental exams, the following can be avoided:
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