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Taking Care of Your Oral Health

Teeth cleaning or teeth brushing is the elimination of unwanted tartar and dental plaque from teeth to prevent gum disease such as gingivitis and cavities. One-third of tooth loss by adult is due to severe gum diseases and even though how good our teeth are, it is useless if we are suffering from gum problems. Dental professionals recommended that our teeth must be cleaned at least every 6 months.

In mouths with periodontal disease, the bacteria in plaque causes the gums to separate from teeth, allowing large pockets to grow underneath the gums. These pockets harbor even more bacteria, which you can’t reach at home with a toothbrush. This can eventually affect your jaw bone as well and result in loose or missing teeth. To make matters worse, periodontal disease can also cause bad breath and tender, bleeding gums, and experts associate this condition with heart disease and diabetes (source). Luckily, scaling and root planing can significantly reduce the likelihood of periodontal disease spreading.

Root canal treatment solution primarily starts by drilling or making a hole within the enamel part of the tooth, which can be the best part. Initially inflammed pulp present in your pulp chamber is entered, and then going through the root canal for the elimination of infected tissues as well as remaining pulp tissues( pulp tester).

Ultrasonic scalers are used to physically remove calculus from above the gum line. Sometimes plaque hardens to the point where it cannot be removed by brushing so it needs to be carefully scraped out with these instruments.

Although scaling and root planing are relatively painless procedures, you can take steps to avoid the hassle and save money. For starters, practicing good oral hygiene can prevent periodontal disease. Make sure to floss regularly using traditional floss or a water flosser to prevent plaque buildup. Eating a well-rounded diet will all the nutrients your mouth needs to thrive can also prevent this disease. If you smoke, quit. This unhealthy habit puts you at a much greater risk of developing periodontal disease.

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