What is tartar cleansing?
Cleaning of tartar is also called scaling. Tartar is the main cause of gum disease, gum bleeding and bad breath. In the standard cleaning of tartar the dentist cleans the tartar and plaque that has accumulated on the surface of the tooth. Then polish your teeth with a special enamel to remove any stains. He also advises you on how to brush your teeth and how to floss. He deals with oral hygiene education.
Is there any pain when cleaning dental tartar?
Cleaning tartar is not a painful procedure. We also apply the treatment to patients with severe fear of dentists as it is easily tolerated and only takes a short amount of time.
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Questions and answers
How can you prevent the formation of tartar?
After tartar has formed, it can only be cleaned by a dentist. If you brush your teeth correctly twice a day and floss regularly, you can prevent or delay the formation of tartar.
Do the gums bleed during the procedure?
Patients with edema and inflammation of the teeth may experience bleeding. But this is not to be feared. It will not continue after the cleaning process. A week after cleaning the tartar, the gums will regain their healthy pink color.
How long does it take to clean up tartar?
Cleaning the tartar takes about 30 minutes. Patients with too much tartar may need to come for a second session.
How often should tartar be cleaned?
Tartar is the leading cause of gum disease. Along with this it can also lead to gum bleeding, bad breath, tooth discoloration and brown spots. It is recommended to visit the dentist every 6 months and to clean the tartar if necessary.
Your first visit
Many people who visit Dental Experts Albania have questions about cosmetic problems, including stained and discolored teeth. On your first visit, you will receive a full series of X-rays, a thorough exam, cleaning, and time to speak to your dentist (expect to spend approximately 90 minutes in our office).
We will review your exam, talk about how you would like to improve the appearance of your teeth, and discuss a treatment plan.
First of all: Prevent
We believe that the best cure is prevention, prevention is undoubtedly better than cure. When prevention is no longer possible, we try to catch it in the bud.
Each appointment starts on time, with the least number of waits possible.
Heal with a smile
We know that no one is looking forward to going to the dentist. So, we go to great lengths to make your experience at our office one of a kind. See for yourself!