Dental Cleanings

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Brighten up your smile

Even with regular brushing and flossing, professional dental cleanings are necessary for brighter and healthier smiles. By getting your professional dental cleanings at Dentistry of Orlando, we remove mineralized plaque that may develop in areas that are difficult to reach. Otherwise, the plaque grows and multiplies, which may lead to tooth decay and gum disease.  We recommend having a dental teeth cleanings once every six months. This preventive procedure, also known as prophylaxis, is done to protect your teeth and gums from inflammation and infection. Our team performs dental cleanings with care, and in conjunction with a routine dental examination, so you’re kept well-informed about oral hygiene.   Due for a dental cleaning? Schedule an appointment with our hygienist today. 
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Why you need deep dental cleaning

Our team of dental hygienists strive to provide our patients with a comfortable dental cleaning experience. Your every visit is a chance for our team to spot dental problems at an early stage. Dental cleanings repair cavities before they become larger or cause discomfort. Here are other advantages of regular dental teeth cleaning appointments.
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Whiter teeth

We remove built-up stains from food and drinks to give you perfectly polished teeth. There’s no better way to brighten up your smile than professional dental cleanings.

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Reduce bad breath

Having clean teeth also means less bad breath. By getting your teeth cleaned by professionals, you’ll enjoy a healthier mouth and fresher breath.

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Prevent cavities & tooth loss

Your teeth may loosen up when cavities are not removed. By preventing plaque buildup, we help you save your teeth from cavities and tooth loss.

Boost overall health

Dental cleanings don’t just give you healthier oral health, having clean teeth also lowers your risk from diseases like diabetes and heart disease.


Teeth cleaning procedure

You can expect dental cleaning procedures to last between 30 minutes and an hour. Typically, our trained hygienist will do the cleaning, and a dentist may come in for an exam at the end. Our dental cleanings are generally painless, and do not cause any discomfort. Here’s what you can expect during your teeth cleaning appointment.  
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Oral exam

Our dental hygienist will visually inspect your gums and evaluate the health of your oral tissues. This is to alert your dentist of any areas which may potentially lead to tooth decay.
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The hygienist will remove the plaque and tartar from tooth surfaces using ultrasonic scalers or metal instruments. The hygienist will then start scaling into the pockets of the gums to remove plaque buildup.
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The last step is polishing to clean hard-to-reach places, remove any final plaque, and buff the teeth. We apply toothpaste-like gel to polish the teeth and make them smooth and shiny.
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We utilize a wide array of oral hygiene products from DenMat to give our patients the best dental care we can offer. From ultrasonic scaling to power toothbrushes, DenMat allows our patients to keep a healthy mouth. 

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Frequently asked questions

No. Dental cleaning does not hurt. If a patient experiences pain, this may be because of factors like gum inflammation, tooth decay, or sensitive teeth. Let our hygienist know if teeth cleaning hurts so we can provide you customized care for a comfortable and pain-free procedure.

Generally, the ideal interval for professional dental cleaning is every six months. However, some patients who are prone to having dental issues may need to come for teeth cleaning every three months. While others who experience less or hardly any dental issues can visit their hygienist every nine months.

In between cleaning, you need to practice good oral care to maintain a healthy mouth. Here are some things you can do to maintain healthy teeth and gums: 

  • Brush teeth twice a day, and for at least two minutes each time. 
  • Floss at least once a day after brushing. 
  • Use fluoride toothpaste.
  • Replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months or once it’s worn out. 
  • Eat a healthy diet and avoid sweets and sweetened drinks. 
  • Keep dentures and retainers clean. 
  • Visit your dentist for regular checkups.
We bring out your natural beautiful smile

When was the last time you had teeth cleaning? Schedule an appointment at Dentistry of Orlando and experience a high level of oral care.