For one thing, this is something that should be clear. It’s called professional tooth cleaning, also known as dental prophylaxis, the technique used by the dentist in his office for a full dental cleaning.
This cleaning is carried out using various specialized tools, and aims to remove accumulated plaque on the teeth so as gum thereof, to thereby achieve a healthier smile, and as a result of previous whiter.
In short, a professional dental cleaning is performed as appropriate, should: remove all kinds of surface stains in addition to the plaque, get protected enamel, remineralization, swollen gums, and finally get a clean mouth feeling fresh.
Dentists suggest going to the dentist for cleaning at least a couple of times a year, or once every six months. However, doing this does not in any way guarantee the absence of oral problems, since maintaining hygiene such as regular brushing or using dental floss, is a must if desired to avoid as far as possible the accumulation of said plaque.
The American Dental Association (ADA) suggests going to the dentist for cleaning either two or three times a year, i.e. every 4-6 months, depending on the dental hygiene of the patient.
It is important to note that dental cleaning is available only to any person who has not attended a dental review in more than three months.
First of all, it should be noted that this is a procedure that is usually very fast, plus it takes place in a single session.
Regardless of technological tools with which our dentist performs this procedure, the basic steps for cleaning are: