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It is generally recommended to get a dental cleaning every six months, but this can vary based on an individual's oral health needs. Some people may need more frequent cleanings if they are at higher risk for tooth decay or gum disease.
Most people find dental cleanings to be painless, although some discomfort may be experienced during the cleaning if the teeth are particularly sensitive. If you experience discomfort during the cleaning, be sure to let the dental hygienist know so they can adjust their technique or use an anesthetic if needed.
During a dental cleaning, the dental hygienist will use specialized tools to remove plaque and tartar from the teeth and gums. They may also use a polishing tool to smooth the teeth and remove surface stains. The hygienist may also perform an examination of the mouth to check for any signs of oral health problems.
There is usually no special preparation required for a dental cleaning, but it is a good idea to brush and floss before the appointment to ensure that the hygienist can clean all surfaces of the teeth. It is also important to let the hygienist know if you have any special oral health concerns or if you are taking any medications.
Regular dental cleanings can help prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health problems. They can also help maintain good oral hygiene and fresh breath. Additionally, dental cleanings can help detect oral health problems early, when they are easier to treat, and before they become more serious.
A comprehensive wellness visit with a comfortable cleaning (in the absence of periodontal disease), x-rays, and a personalized exam.