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6 Reasons You Need a Deep Dental Cleaning

Are you suffering from halitosis or swollen, red gums? Here are 5 warning signs that it’s time to talk to your holistic dentist about a deep teeth cleaning.

It can be very easy for people to neglect visiting the dentist, especially if it’s for a procedure such as a teeth cleaning. However, while this may seem like an optional treatment, the truth is that a dental cleaning is critical for your oral health. During this treatment, your dentist will be able to:

  • Remove unwanted stains and give you a brighter smile
  • Lower your risk of tooth loss and gum disease
  • Detect early signs of issues such as broken fillings
  • Detect early signs of oral cancer
  • Lower your chances of developing potentially deadly conditions, such as a stroke

If you don’t brush properly or you have a genetic predisposition to gum disease, yet you fail to have regular teeth cleanings, your gums may begin to show signs of gingivitis. If left untreated, this can result in periodontal disease (gum infection) which will eventually lead to tooth loss.

Achieve a Brighter and Healthier Smile With our Calgary Teeth Cleaning Services

At Dr. Korol Dental Clinic, we are committed to protecting our patients’ oral health and overall well-being. From teeth cleanings to safe mercury removal and dental emergency care, we offer a wide range of holistic dentistry services to keep your whole family’s teeth, gums, and general health protected. If using a holistic dentist is important to you, you should know if they are truly just that. Read 5 Ways to Determine if Your Dentist is Truly Holistic.

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What is a Deep Teeth Cleaning?

A deep dental cleaning is a treatment that cleans between your gums and teeth, down to the roots. Like a regular cleaning, your dentist will clean your teeth and gum line, but during a deep clean, they will continue to remove tartar buildup down below the gumline to the root of the tooth.

Main difference: A deep dental cleaning is a lot more extensive than standard cleanings and is designed to treat gum disease and stop its progression. A deep cleaning aims to:

  • Prevent tooth loss
  • Lower your risk of developing heart disease
  • Enhance your oral and overall health

A deep dental cleaning is often referred to as a ‘root planing and scaling’ and may require several visits to the dentist to complete.


6 Signs You Need a Deep Dental Cleaning

Because gum disease doesn’t always come with visible symptoms, it can be difficult to detect. When you visit your dentist for a routine checkup or regular cleaning, he/she will check your gums and determine if a deep cleaning is needed.

However, here are 6 warning signs that you must look out for:

  • Tender and puffy gums
  • Red gums
  • Receding gums
  • Bleeding gums
  • Halitosis (persistent bad breath)
  • Unpleasant taste in the mouth

You may also notice that your teeth seem loose, or that there is some pus where your teeth and gums connect. In addition, if your gums hurt when you brush and/or chew, you may have early signs of gum disease and require a deep cleaning.


4 Benefits of a Deep Dental Clean

While dentists most often recommend a deep dental cleaning for patients who have signs of gum disease, you don’t need to have this condition to take advantage of the treatment. In fact, some patients opt to have a deep clean at least once a year to protect their oral health.

These cleanings can:

  • Prevent tooth loss
  • Lower your risk of developing gum disease
  • Lower your long term dental costs
  • Improve your cardiovascular health


Enjoy Good Health and a Brighter Smile

To find out more about the costs and benefits of the teeth cleanings at our Calgary holistic dental centre, and to find out how our dentists can protect your oral and overall well being, contact our Calgary dental clinic at 403-245-9099 or book an appointment. Alternatively, you can find our clinic at 1333 8 St SW #1001, Calgary, AB T2R 1M6.


Book a Consultation

If you haven’t noticed signs of gum disease, but want to brighten your smile, you may want to talk to your dentist about deep dental cleaning. However, at the very first signs of gum disease, it’s imperative to schedule a consultation to find out if you’re a good candidate for the treatment.

To find out more about the costs and benefits of our deep dental cleanings, contact our Calgary dental office at 403-245-9099 or fill in our online contact form.

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