Pleasantville best dentist

  • Posted on: Sep 28 2018

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Dental cleanings and periodontal cleanings are two degrees of the same exact treatment. One just goes deeper than the other, and is utilized to reverse the effects of advanced gum disease. Here at Mainland Dental Associates, our goal is to keep you from needing a periodontal cleaning at all. But if you do, you can trust in the expert care from our Pleasantville best dentist.

Every six months, you should make a trip to our office to get a dental cleaning as part of a complete oral examination. Cleanings are essential because they provide two benefits that are key to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. First is the removal of tartar buildup, which comes from dental plaque that has hardened and turned crusty. Tartar is responsible for the erosion of tooth enamel and the irritation and reddening of gums every bit as much as the filmy plaque is. The second benefit is that if you do have the irritation and redness that indicates gingivitis, the first stage of gum disease, a dental cleaning (or two) will reverse the effects and begin your gums back on the road to optimal wellness. Without having one every six months, gum disease progresses, eventually reaching the later stage called periodontitis. Inflammation and infection replace mere irritation. Receding gums, bleeding while brushing your teeth, and persistent bad breath are all common symptoms. Loss of gum and bone tissue, and loose teeth are both entirely possible outcomes. Periodontal cleanings are where our Pleasantville best dentist gets right down to the roots to remove that pesky plaque and tartar that are at the center of the problem.

Do right by your teeth and your gums. Call our office right now and arrange your next visit to see our Pleasantville best dentist for an oral exam and cleaning.

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