Why choose us for Rohnert Park deep dental cleaning
Here at New Leaf Rohnert Park, we offer a wide range of dental treatments designed to help you keep a healthy smile. While regular brushing and flossing is a great start for good oral hygiene, dental cleanings are essential to remove build-up left behind on the teeth. However, in patients suffering with gum disease, a regular cleaning is not enough to improve your oral health and a deep cleaning is necessary.
Choosing the right dentist for your oral care is important and at our office, we strive to make you feel comfortable and help you understand your dental concerns. We work with you to create an individualized treatment plan that addresses potential gum disease and moves forward to restore good oral health.
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What is a deep dental cleaning?
Dr. Eddie Kuo understands that this treatment may leave some a little anxious, but our goal is to make sure you feel comfortable during the procedure. A deep cleaning begins with a local anesthetic to help reduce discomfort while we work to remove the buildup on your teeth and perform pocket irrigation to remove the pockets of bacteria. In cases of severe periodontitis, multiple cleanings may be necessary to help restore good oral health.
How is a deep dental cleaning different from a regular dental cleaning?
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What can I expect during a deep dental cleaning procedure?
- Apply a local anesthetic to numb the area being treated.
- Use specialized instruments, such as an ultrasonic scaler or hand scaler, to gently remove plaque and tartar deposits from the surfaces of your teeth and below the gumline.
- Smooth the roots of your teeth with a curette or other specialized instrument, removing rough spots that can harbor bacteria and contribute to gum inflammation.
- Rinse your mouth with an antimicrobial solution to help flush out any remaining bacteria and debris.
The procedure may be performed in one or multiple appointments, depending on the extent of the gum disease and the patient’s comfort level.