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Gentle Professional Cleaning

At Dental Solutions, you can achieve a radiant smile through our comfortable and gentle hygiene cleanings.

If we identify any concerns, we might suggest a deep gum cleaning treatment.

Many patients choose regular teeth cleanings as a preventive measure against cavities and tooth decay. Tooth decay is the result of acid-producing bacteria in the mouth that erode tooth enamel, potentially leading to cavities. If left untreated, tooth decay can result in pain, infection, and tooth loss.

Gentle professional cleanings also serve as a preventative solution for avoiding periodontal (gum) disease, which is an infection affecting the tissues supporting the teeth. Poor brushing and flossing habits can lead to the accumulation and hardening of plaque and bacteria in the mouth, causing gum disease. In its advanced stages, periodontal disease can lead to symptoms like sore, bleeding gums, painful chewing, and even tooth loss.

Important Reasons to Get Professional Cleanings:

Professional cleanings are essential for maintaining a bright smile year-round. Even with a solid oral care routine, it’s highly recommended to schedule regular professional cleanings at Dental Solutions throughout the year to prevent issues such as cavities, gum disease, gingivitis, and other oral problems.

Here are the different types of teeth cleanings we offer:

Deep Cleaning

If you exhibit symptoms such as tartar buildup, sub-gum plaque, bleeding gums, gum sensitivity, or deep gum pockets, our dentists may recommend deep cleanings. In this procedure, specialized tools are employed to effectively address these dental issues.

Periodontal Care
After undergoing a treatment like deep cleaning, our dentist will advise periodontal maintenance. Ongoing maintenance of your oral health is crucial to prevent the recurrence of gum disease or plaque. Periodontal maintenance involves the removal of tartar and plaque from both above and below the gum line, providing a thorough teeth cleaning, and is followed by teeth polishing.

Full Mouth Debridement

A full mouth debridement effectively removes hardened tartar and plaque from your teeth and gums. Our dentist may suggest this dental cleaning procedure when a regular cleaning is insufficient, and more extensive cleaning is required.
Regular Cleaning:

A routine cleaning involves the dentist removing stains, tartar, and plaque from your teeth. Patients with gum health concerns may be advised by our dentist to have more frequent teeth cleaning appointments. While maintaining a good oral hygiene routine at home is essential for a healthy mouth, gentle professional cleanings play a vital role in your overall oral health, helping to prevent cavities, gum disease, and other conditions. The teeth cleaning process is essential for maintaining your overall oral health, and professional cleanings offer the following benefits:”

“Professional teeth cleanings offer the following benefits:

  1. To detect potential health risks like oral cancer and gum disease.
  2. To prevent tooth loss.
  3. To promote overall physical health.
  4. To eliminate bad breath.
  5. To achieve a brighter, whiter, and more polished smile.


At the first appointment, your dentist will conduct a physical exam, using a small mirror to check teeth and gums for any signs of gingivitis or other concerns.


Your dentist will remove plaque and tartar buildup around your gums using a scaler. If it has been a while since you had a dental cleaning, this process may take more time.


After a gritty toothpaste is applied your teeth are cleaned and polished using a high-powered electric brush to remove surface stains.


Once the teeth are clean, they will be flossed by a dental hygienist.


After flossing you will rinse, to get rid of any debris. A gentle brushing may follow to remove any leftover tartar and plaque.


After your teeth have been examined and cleaned, our dentist will discuss your treatment and may suggest follow-up sessions depending on your condition. Regular, professional teeth cleaning is vital to maintaining your oral health.