Dental treatment and health care for the preservation of dental health for all ages and needs.

A professional dental cleaning means going between the smallest interdental spaces where even the most precise toothbrush cannot reach.

The deposits that remain in these gaps cause cavities and inflammations, which lead to loosening and fading of the gums, eventually corroding the bone that keeps the teeth in place.

Periodontal disease affects approximately 80% of the population. It is a disease of the periodontium (gums and bones) that begins usually unnoticed, since it is painless for a long time. Pardonitis often begins at the age of 25 years with mild bleeding from the gums which progressively worsens.
The first notable and visible consequences are bad breath, bleeding and later, loosening of the teeth.
The gum retracts little by little and small gaps appear between the teeth. Unfortunately, this process is irreversible, but preventable.

Professional deep dental cleaning and periodontal treatment protect the base of your teeth against loss and help prevent diseases.
Following recent medical research, it is now scientifically proven that dental disease can have negative effects beyond the mouth.
To face the constant challenges of health, our body needs daily care and attention.
Therefore, constant dental care is particularly important since childhood, to avoid exerting a negative influence on cardiac and circulatory diseases, miscarriages, even in male potency and in our general immune system, because: Allergies and all diseases (chronic or not) require a strong and intact immune system.

Spotless dental hygiene reduces the risks of caries and periodontal bacteria transmission to other people during personal and intimate contact, which can cause infections such as cavities, gingivitis / parodontitis, bladder inflammation, fungal infections, etc.

At home, we have: toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, interdental brushes and similar devices for personal dental care. But that is not enough! Because, although we can do a good or very good cleansing job, we will not prevent the plaque and tartar from developing and discolouring our enamel.

In a professional cleaning, plaque is eliminated with ultrasound, as well as the possible tartar in places of difficult access with manual instruments, without damaging the enamel.
The discoloration caused by coffee, tea, red wine or tobacco can also be eliminated.

In case of acute sensitivity we use superficial anesthesia, also a local anestesia if needed, to make the treatment more pleasant.

In case of severe inflammation, we take the necessary time and divide the treatment into two sessions. In the second session, after a few days, the gums will have recovered so we can conclude the treatment to achieve a perfect result.

In the third part of the cleaning, the dental surfaces, as well as the possible irregular transitions to the fillings and the dentures, are smoothed and polished, in order to avoid that the new deposits adhere quickly to the rough surfaces. A smooth surface of the tooth prevents a new accumulation of deposits and leads to a stronger gum.

The finalization of the professional dental cleaning always consists of a special finishing with Nano Hydroxipathite to protect and strengthen the enamel.

The dental hygienist’s advice is important, it must be explained what dental hygiene routine is best for you..
New dental calculus and bacterias are regenerated daily.                                                                                                 Thousands of bacteria in the oral cavity meet the leftovers of food and break them down. If the bacterial layer on the teeth is not removed, it will attack the tooth and our immune system over time.

Dental calculus is formed when the plaque hardens with minerals from the saliva. It is calcified plaque so to speak, can be seen from yellowish to black and is mainly formed inside the lower front teeth.
Therefore, it is necessary for us all to perform a professional cleaning minimum twice a year, depending on the disposition and the domestic dental hygiene. In cases with a high risk of periodontitis, shorter intervals may be necessary, up to every three months.

Regular use of medications also affects the health.                                                                                                                Diabetes and stress can sometimes cause changes in the oral cavity. For example, saliva can change or decrease, favoring tooth decay.

Your dentist will recommend how often you should have your teeth cleaned.                                                                         The shorter the intervals between treatments, the shorter the duration, the costs and the sensitivities will also be reduced.

As a general rule, a dental deep cleaning lasts at least between 45 and 60 minutes.                                                            With a full denture, a 100% removal of plaque and tartar sub and supragingival, can never last 20 minutes !               With this significant and small investment in your health, you can avoid major damages and also save time and money in the long term.

Upon request, we will be happy to include you in our reminder service (Recall), so you do not forget your next appointment with us.