Deep Cleaning (SRP)

Deep cleaning is slightly different from teeth cleaning. Teeth cleaning focuses on the teeth, while deep cleaning is the thorough cleaning, check-up of the teeth, gums, linings of the mouth to prevent gum diseases, bad breath, gum bleeding caused by bacteria build-up in the mouth. Deep cleaning is designed to reduce the chances of periodontal issues like gingivitis. By undergoing deep cleaning sessions, you will be able to save your teeth and gums from diseases. It would also let go of the need for any complicated or surgical procedures that might be required for severe cases.

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What do deep cleaning teeth involve?

Regular cleaning removes plaque and tartar from above the gumline. A deep cleaning, on the other hand, removes plaque and tartar from below the gumline.

Gum disease causes a space or gap between your teeth and gums, where tartar and plaque can become trapped. Cleaning below the gum line removes this build-up. Deep cleaning involves gum scaling and root planing. It usually takes place over two or more visits and involves gum scaling and root planing. Each visit can take 1 to 2 hours.

The tooth scaling appointment is when our dentist removes plaque and tartar from below the gumline. During your root planning visit, our dentist removes plaque and tartar that forms on the roots of your teeth. This helps reduce the space between your teeth and gums, helping your gums reattach to the teeth.

 Visit Springs Dental Clinic for an assessment today, and get your mouth thoroughly cleaned; our dentist will help you out.