The Process of Dental Cleaning
When you think of the proverb-“Health is Wealth”, it makes you realize that having a healthy body is the first step towards a better living. However, it is not just the health of the body that must be considered but also the health of one’s mouth. Oral hygiene is very important in today’s world. There are many clinics that provide the best Teeth Whitening Dubai.
What is meant by Dental Cleaning?
Teeth Cleaning or Dental Cleaning is one of the most important parts of Oral Hygiene. This process includes the removal of plaque from different areas of the teeth by the Best Tooth Whitening Dubai. The sole intention of removing dental plaque is that it helps to prevent dental caries or cavities, periodontal disease and gingivitis.
Why is Dental Cleaning important?
Dental Cleaning from the Best Dental Clinic is important because it can prevent different types of gum diseases which can lead to early loss of a tooth. There is also a strong connection between heart diseases and gum diseases. Teeth Cleaning twice a year from Teeth Whitening Dubai can help you to prevent all types of gum diseases and at the same time it reduces the chance of deadly heart attacks or even strokes
What happens during a Dental Cleaning?
During a Professional Dental Cleaning your tooth is scaled and polished. Debridement is done if too much tartar accumulates in your teeth. Various devices and instruments are also used to loosen the deposits and clean them up from the various nooks and corners of your teeth.
What are the different types of Dental Cleaning?
There are three different types of Dental Cleaning done by the Best Dental Clinic:
- Prophylaxis cleaning- This method is also known as routine cleaning. Usually, patients who require oral check-ups after regular intervals, go for this type of dental cleaning. This routine maintenance not only helps you to have proper dental hygiene but also removes plaque or any existing stain that might have formed in your teeth.
- Scaling and root planing- This method is usually known as deep cleaning. Patients with a high risk of developing any type of gum disease or patients who already have a certain type of gum disease are usually administered this method. Therefore, scaling and root planning is done on those patients to remove the tartar by Teeth Whitening Dubai.
- Gross debridement- This method of Teeth Cleaning is usually done by a Dentist before a Dental Cleaning procedure. It helps the dentist to determine if there is any complication before he can move forward with the dental cleaning. Patients who visit the Cosmetic Dentist Dubai very irregularly are initially administered this method.
How often should you have your teeth cleaned?
Teeth Cleaning from Zoom Tooth Whitening Dubai should be done at least twice a year if you want to maintain good oral hygiene. Cosmetic Dentist Dubai also recommends a gap of 6 months between two consecutive dental cleaning procedures. For patients with serious gum disease or tartar accumulation, the interval of time is less.
What are the processes involved in regular teeth cleaning?
The different processes involved in regular Dental Cleaning for the Best Tooth Whitening Dubai are:
- Initial inspection of the mouth
- Digital X-rays
- Plaque Removal
- Power Polishing and Flossing
- Fluoride Treatment
- Final inspection
What is deep Dental Cleaning?
Deep Dental Cleaning from Veneers Dubai is recommended to patients who have gum diseases or show the high risks of having gum disease. This process is also known as gum therapy. Usually, the tartar buildup in the teeth and between the gums are thoroughly cleaned by Teeth Whitening Dubai. This lowers the chances of gum disease. If you want to get a Total Dental Care Dubai you can contact Zoom Tooth Whitening Dubai
Is a professional Dental Cleaning Necessary?
Yes, Professional Dental Cleaning from Veneers Dubai is necessary for maintaining good oral hygiene. When you brush your teeth at home you cannot remove all the plaque and tartar that accumulates in your teeth. This accumulated calculus can only be removed by professionals using different devices and techniques. So professional Dental Cleaning from the Best Tooth Whitening Dubai is a must for Total Dental Care Dubai.
Does Dental cleaning hurt?
Dental Cleaning doesn’t hurt. Usually, when the procedure is carried out, dentists use a local anaesthetic. Thus you’ll not feel any pain and remain completely comfortable when the dentist cleans your gums or your tooth. A local anaesthetic will cause your whole mouth to go numb. Routine Tooth cleaning, however, doesn’t require numbing.
What are the risks of Dental Cleaning?
Professional Dental Cleaning doesn’t have many side-effects. However, it can make your teeth or gums more sensitive. At times it leads to the loss of enamel.
After the process of Dental Cleaning is done by the Best Tooth Whitening Dubai, one must take care of their newly cleaned teeth. Hard food must be avoided. You must also rinse your mouth with saltwater. A little swelling and bleeding are normal after a tooth cleaning session. So you must not panic and remain calm.
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What is a Root Canal Treatment?
A Root Canal is a small passage inside the tooth that has blood vessels and nerves. When a tooth gets infected because of decay or trauma, the nerve inside gets inflamed and possibly infected. A root canal treatment basically is the cleaning of this inflamed tissue inside the root of the tooth. It is later followed by disinfection and sealing of the canal. This is done using small and thin highly flexible files that shape and gently enlarge the canal to remove all the infected tissue. The final step is the placement of a permanent filling or a crown after the root canal treatment is completed.
Which is better – Root canal or extraction?
In general, a Root Canal Treatment is a more conservative option as it helps you to keep the natural tooth. However sometimes the tooth in question may not be worth saving because of extensive decay. Other situations where an extraction might be advisable is when the tooth in question is a wisdom tooth which is not in a proper position or doesn’t have an opposing tooth. Yet another case where a an extraction might be a better option is when the root canal seems to be partially or completely blocked on a painful or symptomatic tooth.
How painful is root canal treatment?
A root canal with correctly administered anesthetic should be usually absolutely painless. Most horror stories heard about root canals are usually due to incorrect or inadequate anesthetic. A mild amount of discomfort is usually present for about 24 hours post root canal treatment which can be very easily controlled with some pain-killers such as bruffen or aspirin.
What is the procedure for a root canal?
First after identification of the tooth in question, the tooth is anesthetized. Then a small hole is made into the tooth to access the diseased nerve tissue. Next the tissue is completely and thoroughly cleaned and removed from the root of the tooth. The root canal is dried and sealed using a sealer. Finally a permanent restoration – either a filling or a crown is placed on top to reinforce and restore the tooth to its original strength and function.
How long does a root canal treatment take to perform?
Depending on the number of canals and the complexity a root canal can take anywhere from twenty minutes to more than an hour. Sometimes in extremely challenging cases it can take two or more sittings.
How long does a root canal treated tooth last?
A Root canal treated tooth is like any other health tooth and can potentially last indefinitely. The crown or filling however might need to be changed depending on wear.
Can I have a hot drink after root canal?
Yes, you should be able to enjoy your cuppa! A root canal treated tooth is usually insensitive to hot or cold.
What should I eat after root canal?
Usually a root canal treated tooth is a bit tender to pressure and biting for about 24 hours. You must try and avoid biting on the tooth for a day or two. If the tooth is a grinder it would usually need a crown as soon as possible.
Can I brush my teeth after root canal?
Yes, it is usually ok to brush after a root canal but check with your dentist first. Sometimes there is a risk of a temporary filling dislodging if brushed too early.
Which is better – Root Canal or Dental Implant?
In most cases we try to be conservative and perform a root canal treatment. However, there might be situations where a root canal might not be predictable enough and an extraction followed by an implant placement might be a better choice. For more details on dental implants, Click here
What are the latest advances in Root Canal Treatment?
A Cone Beam Computed Tomograph or CBCT for short is used to see a 3D Map of the tooth so hidden canals and other anomalies and difficulties are spotted before even starting the RCT. A bit of anesthetic is given to prevent any pain. Access is made using a dental operating microscope for being conservative and preserving the maximum amount of tooth structure. Nickel Titanium rotary files are then used to access and clean the infected tissue rapidly and effectively. Most of the time an RCT can be completed as a single visit root canal treatment. If time permits, the crown can also be delivered in the same visit.