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    Restore Gum health with Teeth Scaling or Periodontal Cleaning Procedures.
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Revitalize Your Smile with Deep Cleaning Treatment
Say Goodbye to Gum Disease!

Deep cleaning treatment, also known as teeth scaling or periodontal cleaning or gingival cleaning is a dental procedure that goes beyond regular cleaning to address gum disease and prevent further oral health complications. During deep cleaning treatment, our experienced dental professionals use specialised tools and equipment to remove plaque, tartar, and bacteria from both above and below the tooth gum-line. This thorough teeth cleaning procedure that helps to eliminate gum inflammation, reduce pocket depth, and promote tissue healing. By undergoing deep cleaning treatment, you can improve your oral health, prevent tooth loss, and enjoy a more confident smile. 

Signs and Symptoms

Few of the common signs and symptoms that may indicate the need for deep cleaning treatment are:

  • Bleeding Gums
  • Recession and Inflammation of Gums

  • Mobility or Loose Teeth
  • Persistent Bad Breath

  • Visible Tartar Build Up.

Smile with Deep Cleaning Treatment
preventive  and deep cleaning treatments

At ADC, we prioritise ongoing maintenance and prevention to ensure long-term oral health. Our team emphasises regular check-ups, personalised oral hygiene instructions, preventive and deep cleaning treatments to keep your smile healthy and prevent the recurrence of gum disease.

Steps in Deep Cleaning Treatment

  1. Dental Examination: The first step is to undergo before a Deep Cleaning Treatment is a comprehensive dental examination. Your dentist will assess your oral health, including the condition of your teeth, gums, and supporting structures. They will identify any signs of gum disease, such as inflammation, bleeding, or deep periodontal pockets.

  2. Teeth Scaling: The next step is teeth scaling, which involves the removal of plaque and tartar from the surfaces of your teeth and below the teeth gum-line. Special dental instruments are used to carefully scrape away the buildup of bacteria and deposits that contribute to gum disease. Teeth Scaling is typically performed using ultrasonic scalers.

  3. Root Planing: After Teeth Scaling, root planing is done to smooth the rough surfaces of the tooth roots. This process helps eliminate bacteria and allows the gums to reattach to the roots, promoting healing and reducing the depth of periodontal pockets. Root planing also makes it more difficult for plaque and tartar to accumulate in the future.

  4. Antibacterial Rinse: Our dentist will prescribe or recommend an antibacterial mouthwash or rinse to help kill bacteria and promote healing after the deep cleaning treatment, providing an additional level of protection against gum disease.

  5. Follow Up Care: It is important to follow any instructions provided by our dentists for post-treatment care. This may include proper brushing and flossing techniques, using prescribed mouthwash, and attending regular dental check-ups for ongoing monitoring of your oral health.

  6. Maintenance & Prevention: Deep cleaning treatment is an essential part of treating gum disease, but ongoing maintenance and prevention are crucial for long-term oral health. 

Contact us today to schedule your deep cleaning appointment and take a proactive step towards optimal dental wellness.

Steps in Deep Cleaning Treatment

Read: Instructions After Teeth Scaling And Deep Cleaning Treatment

Deep Cleaning vs. Regular Teeth Cleaning: Which One Do You Need?

All-on-6 Dental Implants

All-on-6 Dental Implants

Patients with edentulism (the absence of teeth) can also be advised to go for an All-on-6 Dental implant treatment option. Six implants are used to repair and re-construct the single arch of teeth. Bridges are fabricated over 6 implants to replace 12 teeth in each jaw (First Molar to First Molar). 

The All-on-6 system ensure an optimum rock-solid solution and the perfect fit. Talk to us to learn if All-on-6 implants are right for you.

What is Right for You: All-on-6 or All-on-4 Dental Implants?

If you are looking for replacing many of the missing teeth or all the teeth in either of the jaws or both the jaws, "All on 4" and "All on 6" treatment procedures will be the point of discussion with the Dentist most of the times. Though both the treatment concepts appear to be very similar and look to achieve similar results, they have some key difference in the procedures.

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