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Esthetica’s Laser Teeth Whitening
Dental or Teeth cleaning and Teeth Whitening are an important step in keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Brushing and flossing are everyday ways to keep your teeth bright, white and healthy. Still, if you might feel like your smile is lacking some sparkle or is more yellow than it need to be. then you came right place.
Our aim is to deliver the best in innovative laser teeth whitening and Cleaning. The light accelerating bleaching technology we use gives an instant and long-lasting result of pearly white perfection for a fraction of the Esthetica’s cost.
Why are teeth cleanings so important?
Esthetica’s dental cleaning help to remove plaque and calculus that naturally form on your teeth and around your gums. Any bacteria left on your teeth causes inflammation and without consistent teeth cleaning, the inflammation puts you at a higher risk for developing a wide variety of problems throughout the body, including diabetes and heart disease. Very six months cleaning allow us to catch dental issues early on to avoid potential pain and tooth loss.
What to expect during a teeth-cleaning appointment?
- You will be greeted with a smile, beverage and snacks
- Review of your medical history
- Check blood pressure
- Take Comprehensive X-rays
- Gum health check-up (overall gum health and bone height)
- Tartar and stain removal
- Teeth polishing
- Review of proper brushing and flossing instructions
- Optional Fluoride Application
Cleaning and Hygiene
Regular visits to our dental hygienist will ensure that hidden and difficult to reach plaque and tartar is removed from your teeth, killing mouth bacteria, and, in some cases, removing surface stains to leave you with a fresher, brighter and all-round healthier mouth.
Oral health treatments
Regular hygienist scale and polish treatments will help to prevent gum (periodontal) disease, bleeding gums and tooth decay. Our hygienist will also provide advice on diet and how to prevent future tooth decay.
If you are already suffering from gum (periodontal) disease, bleeding gums or bad breath (halitosis), you will need a course of treatments from our hygienists, or our hygiene specialists – periodontists.
Your dentist may also recommend that you see a dental hygienist for a thorough clean before beginning a complex dental treatment such as dental implants.
Educational services may include
- Tooth brushing and flossing instructions
- Nutritional counseling
- Recommendations for future treatment: when to return for follow-up hygiene treatment, periodontal (gum) concerns or restorative options
- Evaluation of self-care effectiveness
- Tobacco-cessation counseling
If not removed from the teeth, plaque hardens into dental calculus (also called tartar). Calculus builds up between teeth and between your teeth and gums, and can cause gums to become inflamed or infected. This in turn can lead to gum disease, which has been linked to a host of other medical issues, including diabetes, dementia and heart disease.