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Teeth Cleaning in Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Taking good care of your teeth isn’t just about a sparkling smile; it’s crucial for your overall health. At Paradise Dental Studio, we’re all about making sure your pearly whites stay healthy and shiny. Let’s keep your smile in top-notch condition!

Dental Cleaning

Maintaining optimal oral health involves a crucial step – regular dental cleanings. Our skilled dental professionals specialize in the meticulous removal of plaque and tartar from your teeth during these cleanings. This proactive measure not only prevents gum disease and cavities but also enhances the aesthetic appeal of your smile.

Beyond cosmetic benefits, a dental cleaning contributes to fresh breath and overall improved oral hygiene, ensuring a healthier and more radiant you. Trust us to elevate your dental care experience. The best way to brighten your smile is to schedule your dental cleaning as soon as possible.

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At Paradise Dental Studio, we prioritize your oral health and comfort during teeth cleaning appointments. If you have further queries, please get in touch with us or schedule a thorough dental examination and cleaning appointment. Our experienced team is here to ensure your smile stays healthy and bright. 

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Frequently Asked Questions -
Teeth Cleaning

Have Questions? Need Answers?

At Paradise Dental Studio, we’re always here to clarify and guide. Never hesitate to ask; your Dental Health is our top priority!

  • How often should I get my teeth cleaned?

    Generally, it’s recommended to get a dental cleaning every six months. However, the frequency may vary based on your individual oral health needs. Your dentist will provide personalized recommendations during your visit.

  • Is teeth cleaning covered by dental insurance?

    Many dental insurance plans cover teeth cleaning as preventive care. However, coverage may vary, so you should check with your insurance provider for specific details.

  • Can I eat or drink after a teeth cleaning?

    You can typically eat and drink after a teeth cleaning. However, avoiding consuming highly pigmented foods and beverages immediately after cleaning is a good practice to prevent staining.

  • What is the difference between regular dental and deep cleaning (root planing)?

    A regular dental cleaning (prophylaxis) is regular plaque and tartar removal tooth surfaces. Deep cleaning, or root planing, is a more extensive procedure to treat gum disease by cleaning underneath the gums and polishing tooth roots.

  • Can teeth cleaning help with bad breath?

    Teeth cleaning can help eliminate bad breath by removing the bacteria and food particles contributing to halitosis. Maintaining good oral hygiene at home is also essential for fresh breath.

  • Are dental X-rays necessary during teeth cleaning?

    Dental X-rays are not typically taken during routine cleanings. However, they may be recommended periodically to assess your oral health, especially if there are specific concerns or changes in your dental condition.

  • How long does a teeth cleaning appointment usually take?

    A routine dental cleaning appointment usually takes 30 minutes to an hour. However, the duration can vary based on your oral health and the type of cleaning needed.

  • Can teeth cleaning remove stains from my teeth?

    Yes, teeth cleaning can remove surface stains caused by factors like coffee, tea, and tobacco. You may need additional cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening for deeper or intrinsic stains.

  • Is teeth cleaning painful?

    Teeth cleaning is typically not painful. You may feel some discomfort or sensitivity, but the dental hygienist will take steps to minimize it. If you have concerns about pain, discuss them with your dental provider beforehand.

  • What should I do if I have dental anxiety?

    If you experience dental anxiety, it’s essential to communicate your concerns with your dentist. They can discuss options for sedation or relaxation techniques to make your dental cleaning as comfortable as possible.