Professional Tooth Cleaning

A dentist or dental hygienist cleans your teeth. They remove soft and hard deposits from your teeth that cause cavities.

The main reason for going to the dentist regularly - every 6 months - is prevention. The goal is to prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other disorders that put the health of your teeth and mouth at risk. Your first consultation with a dentist will probably consist of three main parts: a dental and medical history (where the dentist or dental hygienist asks you questions about your tooth care and reviews any dental records), a dental examination, and a professional cleaning.

The dentist will examine your teeth, gums, and other mouth tissues. He or she may also examine the joints of your jaws. A professional tooth cleaning happens in a doctor’s office. When a dentist or dental hygienist cleans your teeth they remove soft and hard deposits from your teeth that cause cavities. The main reason of having your teeth cleaned is to prevent or delay the progression of gum diseases and caries.


Professional tooth cleaning has not only prophylactic and therapeutic effects but aesthetic too. Coffee, tea, tobacco, wine, fruits and vegetables, antibiotic use and age. All of these things can change the colour of our teeth over time. Prevent tooth darkening by brushing your teeth and rinsing your mouth with water immediately after drinking caffeinated beverages. Avoiding vitamin C ascorbate drinks, which can strip enamel and make teeth look darker, may also help keep your teeth whiter.

How often?

The frequency of professional teeth cleaning depends on the health of your teeth and gums, for example healthy children and adults should have their teeth cleaned at least once every year or two. Many dentists recommend having the teeth professionally cleaned every six months. More frequent cleaning and examination may be necessary during the treatment of many of the dental/oral disorders. If you’re a smoker or have a tendency to get gum infections you should visit your dentist more often.

Polish (AirFlow)

Considering that traditional methods of “professional’ tooth cleaning have improved significantly in the past, the use of air polishing units opens up new avenues for further research and development in terms of method and technique.

After cleaning, the dental hygienist will polish your teeth. The process cleans and smoothes the surfaces of the teeth, removing stains and making it harder for plaque to stick to the teeth. Plaque is the beginning of periodontal disease. Dental deposits and discoloration put dental health at risk. The AIR-FLOW method cleans and polishes the surfaces of the teeth better than ever. The AIR-FLOW system fires a jet of compressed air, water and fine sodium bicarbonate particles at the surface of the tooth to polish the surface and remove debris. Ingredients are dispensed with precision and at a comfortable temperature. The precision and exact dispensing of this system is highly developed. It is much, much faster than conventional brushes, rubber cups, pastes and polishing strips. And much more thorough - without being abrasive. Plaque, soft deposits and discolorations disappear quickly and painlessly - even from interproximal areas. It is ideal for tartar and stain removal. It is designed to make your teeth even cleaner and whiter by polishing away the plaque and staining more thoroughly.

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