Pocket Irrigation

Prevent and treat gum disease with pocket irrigation

At-home brushing and flossing is essential to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Unfortunately, that may not always be enough. Plaque and bacteria can accumulate on the teeth and into spaces between the teeth and gums. In most cases, regular teeth cleanings can help keep this under control. However, that is not always the case, and, in cases of severe gum disease, deep cleanings are necessary. At New Leaf Rohnert Park, we offer deep cleanings with pocket irrigation to help combat gum disease and get you on the road to good oral health.

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Why choose us for Rohnert Park pocket irrigation

Teeth cleanings are the foundation of all dental care practices and that is no different at New Leaf Rohnert Park. We make our patient’s oral health our top priority and that begins with clean and healthy teeth and gums.

Choosing the right dentist can always be challenging, but it can make all the difference in your long-term dental health. While dental care should always focus on maintaining healthy teeth and establishing a good oral hygiene routine, cavities and other dental concerns happen. Dr. Eddie Kuo will work with you to create a regular dental cleaning routine as well as any necessary treatment plans.

Our state-of-the-art technology allows us to treat most dental concerns in less time, with the need for fewer return visits, letting you focus on what is important. Our experienced dental team knows the importance of good oral health and works with you to achieve that goal, allowing you to put your best smile forward.

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What Is Pocket Irrigation?

Pocket irrigation is a dental treatment often used during teeth cleanings and deep cleanings. Pockets form between your teeth and gums and can fill with bacteria and plaque. Pocket irrigation uses a powerful stream of water to target these pockets, as well as spaces between teeth, to flush out plaque and tartar deposits. In addition to removing particles, pocket irrigation tools can also apply antibacterial agents designed to kill bacteria and reduce the risk of further infection and inflammation.

Dentist Eddie Kuo With Senior Patient


Pocket irrigation offers many significant benefits, especially for those with gum disease. These benefits include:
Pocket irrigation provides thorough removal of bacteria, food particles, and plaque from pockets between the teeth and gums, reducing the risk of severe gum disease.
Keeping the pockets irrigated helps to reduce the pocket depth, again preventing severe gum disease and tooth loss.
Is a more gentle way to remove buildup in the pockets, helping to keep soft tissues healthy, clean, and intact.
Reduces bad breath.
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Don’t let gum disease and dental concerns keep you from smiling. The caring and professional team at New Leaf Rohnert Park is here to help you address gum disease and get you on the road to a healthy and beautiful smile.

For more information, contact our New Leaf office today to request an appointment and say goodbye to plaque buildup and hello to a healthy smile.

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