There's nothing more disarming than a beautiful and shining smile. That is why it is so important to find a dentist you trust. We are experts in keeping your teeth healthy and making you excited to show them. That’s why there’s no better place to go for a proper dental cleaning than Prince Dental Care!
Your cleaning will begin with a thorough examination, followed by the removal of plaque and tartar around your gum line. Once your teeth are tartar-free, your hygienist will brush them with a high-powered brush, which will not only clean your teeth but also polish them. The last three steps of a typical dental cleaning usually involve expert flossing, rinsing, and the application of fluoride treatment to protect your teeth from cavities for several months.
No matter how much care your take for your teeth at home, nothing beats a thorough cleaning done by an expert. Here are some of the positives you have to look forward to:
Prevents gum disease
Alleviates dry mouth conditions
Fresh breath and a bright smile!
Many patients make the mistake of thinking that once the cleaning is completed, their oral hygiene can be neglected. The reason for a professional cleaning is to provide the thoroughness you simply cannot achieve at home, but between cleanings, you should continue to:
Brush your teeth at least twice a day
Use mouthwash to control bacteria and plaque
Want fresh breath, bright teeth, and a healthy mouth? Then what are you waiting for? Give Prince Dental Care a call, and we will give you a dental cleaning that will have you excited to show off your smile.
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