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Best Gum Treatment At Perfect Dental® In Jamnagar

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A dental deep cleaning, sometimes referred to as gum therapy, is a treatment that cleans between the gums and teeth down to the roots. Like a regular cleaning, the dentist will clean the tooth, gum line and sides of the teeth along with root planing.

Dental Deep Cleaning involves removal of plaque and tartar using specific dental instrument called scaler, in order to clean and prevent any bacterial accumulation which otherwise may collect and cause serious gum problems. While Root planing involves smoothing rough spots on the roots of the teeth that can promote gum disease by trapping and holding bacteria. The whole procedure may be done in a single visit, although generally a quadrant or half of the mouth is recommended per appointment. Root planing smoothens the tooth root and helps the gum reattach to the tooth.

Regular cleaning involves removal of plaque and tartar, but it only targets the surfaces of the tooth above the gum line. Deep cleaning on the other hand targets the surfaces at and below gum line, which if not cleaned may give rise to various gum diseases. Deep cleaning prevents the progression of gum diseases and prevents gum inflammation.

Bleeding gums, persistent bad breath, loose teeth, red and swollen gums, or pus around teeth and gums are some of the symptoms indicative of gum disease. Most of these signs are painless and may often go unnoticed which may aggravate the gum disease and can lead to early teeth loss.

We at Perfect Dental® have a team of high qualified gum specialists who helps to identify these signs of gum diseases and cure it before its progression. The entire procedure of deep cleaning is performed with utmost care and precision in order to provide a pleasant and painless dental experience. We use highly advanced and world renowned Ultrasonic Scaler and Hand Scalers in order to ensure maximum treatment outcome to our patients. We also use high end dental lasers for deep cleaning to render a comfortable, bloodless and painless dental treatment. With variety of patient friendly treatment options, we aim to beat gum disease and keep dental problems at bay.

Frequently Asked Questions About Gum Surgery And Their Answers

Is it painful to get a deep cleaning at the dentist?

A deep cleaning usually involves the use of local anesthetic to keep you comfortable while the dentist cleans underneath the gums. Your mouth will be numb to prevent the process from causing you any pain. A routine cleaning does not require any numbing.

Is a deep cleaning really necessary?

A dental deep cleaning is far more intensive than a regular cleaning at your local dentist. When regular cleaning isn’t enough, whether due to oral hygiene neglect or advanced gum disease, our specialist doctors at Perfect Dental® may decide to do a more aggressive dental deep cleaning.

How long does it take for gums to heal after deep cleaning?

Once the plaque and food particles are cleaned out, your gums will begin to heal themselves and re-form the tight seal around your teeth within six to eight weeks.

Can you eat after a dental deep cleaning?

After a deep cleaning procedure, you can expect your gums and teeth to be a bit sensitive for a few days. Sticking to soft foods and avoiding overly hot or cold beverages can help ease the discomfort. Within two or three weeks, you should be able to comfortably eat crunchy and chewy foods again.

Can teeth fall out after deep cleaning?

Deep cleanings do not remove the tooth’s attachment to the gum and bone. In some cases, heavy accumulation of hard tartar buildup splints teeth together. Thus, when dental deep cleaning is done this tartar buildup is removed and the teeth are not splinted together anymore and the teeth can feel loose after a deep cleaning. But they are not loosened by the deep cleaning itself.

Will loose teeth tighten up after deep cleaning?

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How often should I get dental deep cleaning?

The American Dental Association says that you should be visiting your dentist every six months for a dental checkup and cleaning. The reason that it’s twice a year is because a professional deep dental clean is vital to preventing serious dental issues such as gum disease and tooth decay.

Do gums grow back after deep cleaning?

Once the plaque and food particles are cleaned out, your gums will begin to heal themselves and re-form the tight seal around your teeth within six to eight weeks. Unfortunately, once you’ve undergone a root scaling, it’s probably not going to be the last time.

Do you have to be numb for a deep cleaning?

A deep cleaning usually involves the use of local anesthetic to keep you comfortable while the dental hygienist or dentist cleans underneath the gums. Your mouth will be numb to prevent the process from causing you any pain. A routine cleaning does not require any numbing.

Does deep cleaning whiten teeth?

The answer is yes, at least temporarily. During the process of cleaning your teeth, they will certainly be whitened a bit as we remove any plaque and tartar buildup. However, this is no replacement for professional teeth whitening if you are looking for a more brilliant smile.

Following is a guide to what you should expect and what care or precautions you should take after Dental Deep Cleaning:

What You Should Expect

  • It is common to experience mild sensitivity to hot and cold for approximately 3 days. If sensitivity to hot and cold persists for more than 3 days, please contact us.
  • If the procedure was done under local anesthesia, you may feel numbness for 3-4 hours in certain parts of your mouth and face. If numbness persists for more than 12 hours, please contact us.
  • Small blood spots while spitting or minor bleeding for a day or two is common after teeth cleaning. If there is a profuse (excessive) bleeding please contact us immediately and if bleeding is minor, you can wait for 1 day but if it continues after 1 day, please contact us.
  • Mild pain after deep cleaning is common, however if you are in severe pain, please contact us.

What Care Or Precautions You Should Take

  • Avoid hot and cold food like very hot tea or coffee and ice cream at least for 3 days.
  • If anesthesia was given in lower jaw than please avoid eating anything until the anesthesia wears off and the numbness is gone.
  • Continue brushing and flossing twice daily from the same day the procedure was performed. Good oral hygiene is a key to success of treatment.
  • Rinse your mouth thoroughly with water after every meal.
  • It is common to experience mild sensitivity to hot and cold for approximately 3 days. If sensitivity to hot and cold persists for more than 3 days, please contact us.
  • If you have been prescribed any medication, take it regularly according to prescription and do not alter the schedule or duration of medication without consulting your dentist.
  • If you have been prescribed a desensitizing agent than the correct way of using it is – Apply the desensitizing on your teeth with the help of a finger in such a way that it covers the entire surface of all teeth and leave it like that for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes rinse you mouth with water thoroughly and do not eat anything for 30 minutes.

Perfect Dental® is the best dental clinic in Jamnagar and our team of specialist doctors is highly skilled and experienced best dentists in Jamnagar. We have a highest success rate of 97%.