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Sedation Used By Dentist For Deep Cleaning And Fillings
Sometimes: Sometimes sedation makes it possible for a patient who would avoid dental treatment to have their treatment done. If this is the case, it is a big benefit, as fear of the dentist has cost so many people their teeth. Our goal is to help patients complete their treatment and keep their teeth. Sedation (relaxation) dentistry is helping patients to do just that. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why?: if you have bad gums you need a thorough job, and your gums may bleed. The rubber dam is placed to protect the fillings from contamination, it is more difficult with bleeding gums. If you get the filling before the deep cleaning and you have cavities under the gum level, the fillings may not adapt properly. Discuss the Pros and Cons with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had gum disease for several years. My dentist hasn't recommended any procedures such as deep cleaning. Does that mean I don't need it?
Is a deep cleaning something that should be done regularly? I had a deep cleaning performed at the dentist during my last visit, and my teeth have felt great. I know this isn't something to have done every sixth months, but is it something that should be
The : The deep cleaning (scaling and root planing) were probably needed because you hadn't had a professional hygiene visit in a while. Now that the tissues around your teeth are healthy and tight, it feels great. Keep brushing and flossing daily, and visit your dentist regularly. With routine check-ups and cleanings, you will minimize the need for deep cleanings. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been informed by my dentist that I am in need of a deep cleaning? Why is it that i need deep cleaning?
Periodontal disease: Most people who need deep cleanings have periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is the loss of bone around your teeth. This is normally caused by bacteria deep in your gums. A deep cleaning helps to control that bacteria and control the bone loss. The longer you wait, the more bone you will lose. That bone doesn't grow back by itself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is it that when go to dentist that they know what to do a deep cleaning before they fix ur teeth I'm afraid of dentist but had to go ?
How painful is a deep cleaning? I had my first dentist appointment in several years last week, and my dentist wants me back for a deep cleaning. I don't like going to the dentist, and haven't heard of a deep cleaning before. Is it something that generally
Very common: Especially if you have neglected your dental care. Over time tarter can accumulate under the gum line, and eventually destroy gum tissue. Procedure usually done under local anesthetic, so it will not hurt, but may be a bit sore after the novacaine wears off. Your dentist will give you post-rx instructions to keep you comfortable. Try not to go more than 6 months between cleanings. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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