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The Importance of Teeth Cleaning

Getting a dental cleaning in Bellflower is one of the most important parts of keeping your mouth healthy

As our nutritional habits have transformed overtime, our need for dental care has become more important. Getting regular dental cleaning in Bellflower is important for everyone to take part in every six months. A professional dental cleaning ensures the build up of plaque and tartar you cannot get with brushing and flossing will be removed. If the plaque and tartar build up isn’t removed, it will continue to develop and cause tooth decay. It can also cause your gums to be unhealthy, leading to gingivitis. When you receive regular cleanings, each time your teeth will be x-rayed and examined for any problems that need to be addressed. Some things to look out for include decay, gum disease, chipped teeth, cracked teeth, misalignment, signs of grinding and others. All of these things make a dental cleaning in Bellflower very important. If you would like to schedule a cleaning with our hygienist, give us a call today at (323) 486-6579.
As our nutritional habits have transformed overtime, our need for dental care has become more important. Getting regular dental cleaning in Bellflower is important for everyone to take part in every six months. A professional dental cleaning ensures the build up of plaque and tartar you cannot get with brushing and flossing will be removed. If the plaque and tartar build up isn’t removed, it will continue to develop and cause tooth decay. It can also cause your gums to be unhealthy, leading to gingivitis. When you receive regular cleanings, each time your teeth will be x-rayed and examined for any problems that need to be addressed. Some things to look out for include decay, gum disease, chipped teeth, cracked teeth, misalignment, signs of grinding and others. All of these things make a dental cleaning in Bellflower very important. If you would like to schedule a cleaning with our hygienist, give us a call today at (323) 486-6579.

Improving Your Dental Experience

Use these tips for a dental cleaning in Bellflower to improve your visit

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The Process of a Dental Cleaning

Learn everything you need to know about a dental cleaning in Bellflower

Teeth cleanings involve several different steps and techniques in order to assure your mouth Is completely healthy. During your visit, the hygienist will take x-rays of your teeth to see if there are any signs of tooth decay or other problems. To start the actual teeth cleaning process, your dental professional will use a set of tools to scrape and loosen the tartar that has formed on your teeth. Then they will floss your teeth to remove any food particles that may be stuck between them. After scraping and flossing, your teeth will be buffed and polished with a special formula toothpaste which will fight off the build up of plaque. Once polished, we may suggest a fluoride treatment for your enamel. Once the cleaning is finished, the dentist will examine your teeth and gums to see if there is any other treatment that may be required, such as a deep cleaning to stop gum disease, teeth whitening or an oral cancer screening. Once you’re all done we will schedule your next dental cleaning in Bellflower and any other needed procedures. Chat with us below if you have any questions about teeth cleaning, or schedule your next appointment.
Teeth cleanings involve several different steps and techniques in order to assure your mouth Is completely healthy. During your visit, the hygienist will take x-rays of your teeth to see if there are any signs of tooth decay or other problems. To start the actual teeth cleaning process, your dental professional will use a set of tools to scrape and loosen the tartar that has formed on your teeth. Then they will floss your teeth to remove any food particles that may be stuck between them. After scraping and flossing, your teeth will be buffed and polished with a special formula toothpaste which will fight off the build up of plaque. Once polished, we may suggest a fluoride treatment for your enamel. Once the cleaning is finished, the dentist will examine your teeth and gums to see if there is any other treatment that may be required, such as a deep cleaning to stop gum disease, teeth whitening or an oral cancer screening. Once you’re all done we will schedule your next dental cleaning in Bellflower and any other needed procedures. Chat with us below if you have any questions about teeth cleaning, or schedule your next appointment.



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The Best Environment For the Best Care
The Best Environment For the Best Care

Our team of dentists in Bellflower and their staff at Bellflower Dental Group provide a tranquil and peaceful environment for the best possible care

Our team at Bellflower Dental Group will do whatever it takes to make sure you receive the care you need to be comfortable during any and all procedures. We can provide you with music, movies and more to help you feel relaxed and at home for your treatment. Not only do we want you to feel comfortable, but also to enjoy all of your dental visits.

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"Getting the Most Out of Your Cleaning"

"Getting the Most Out of Your Cleaning"

Use these tips from our hygienist to get the most out of your dental cleaning in Bellflower

"It is a great idea to ask your dentist or hygienist about any questions or concerns you may have about your oral health during a dental cleaning. This is the perfect time to ask about your brushing techniques, gum disease, oral cancer, grinding your teeth, TMJ and others. By asking questions you can learn even more about caring for your oral hygiene, and be better equipped to prevent any problems in the future. "

"It is a great idea to ask your dentist or hygienist about any questions or concerns you may have about your oral health during a dental cleaning. This is the perfect time to ask about your brushing techniques, gum disease, oral cancer, grinding your teeth, TMJ and others. By asking questions you can learn even more about caring for your oral hygiene, and be better equipped to prevent any problems in the future. "

Dr. Lisa Vilesteros
Registered Dental Hygienist
Bellflower Dental Group
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