A good healthy smile is often the result of continuous protective oral care. With the consistent scale and cleans, the plaque which is accumulated since your last visit is removed thoroughly. This gives you a relief of not bothering about scale and cleans for another six months.

  • Prophylactic (Regular) Cleanings

    We advise our patients to undergo a scale and clean every six months. This particular treatment helps to avoid gum diseases and cures minor issues like gingivitis. A consistent cleaning at least twice a year helps us to introspect any oral issues that are prevailing in their initial stages. Taking treatment on time shall help avoid aggravating the issues and can prove more economical in the future. While we clean your teeth, we also examine issues such as:

  • Tissue loss
  • Bone resorption
  • Oral cancer
  • Tooth decay
  • Enamel wear
  • TMJ disorder
  • Orthodontic concerns
  • Deep Cleaning

    If you haven’t visited your dentist for a long time, then you are likely to have a good amount of build-up that is required to clean right away. Deep cleaning is performed with local anesthesia which will numb the gums prior to removing the build-up. We will assist you in cleaning all the specific areas that you want to have cleaned and get you a healthier smile.

  • Laser Cleaning

    Red, swollen and bleeding gums are not a good sign and should not be neglected. This refers to a periodontal disease that can lead to tooth loss and can affect your entire oral health. A laser cleaning includes a deep cleaning session and with the use of laser technology, we then eliminate the existing infection underneath gum tissues.
    Laser treatments are known to heal faster and promote gum retainment in tissue loss areas. With this state-of-the-art method, you can expect to have an enchanting and healthy smile. LANAP (laser-assisted new attachment procedure) is beneficial in treating gum disease and avoid permanent tooth loss. It facilitates bone regeneration and eradicates harmful bacteria.

  • Symptoms of Gum Disease

    Gum diseases refer to an oral infection that is more likely to be invasive to your other body parts. The severity of the periodontal disease can take a toll on serious conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory issues, infertility and preeclampsia. One should see for symptoms like

  • Inflamed Gums
  • Foul Breath
  • Red Gums
  • Plaque Accumulation
  • Teeth Mobility
  • Teeth Gaps

Regular Visits for Healthy Smile

Our regular check-up shall include monitoring your gums and detect any current oral issues. If identified, we shall evaluate a designed treatment plan to help you recover from those issues at the earliest.