Clean Teeth And Healthy Gums

It is important to visit your dental Coorparoo on a regular basis to make sure that you have clean teeth and healthy gums and no underlying dental issues which may affect your oral health. It is recommended that you visit your dentist at least once every six months and more often if you are prone to dental issues. This is so that your dentist can examine your teeth and gums for any signs of decay or disease, advise how you can improve your dental health and treat any underlying issues which may be affecting the health or appearance of your mouth. Alongside a thorough examination of your dentition, it is also important to have regular appointments with your hygienist, as preventive dental treatment, removing bacteria, plaque and tartar from your mouth which may not be removed after brushing alone. If you avoid the dentist, plaque continues to build up on the surface of your teeth and hardens to become tartar.

Plaque is responsible for an array of dental issues. Plaque can build up on the surface of your teeth, destroying the enamel and causing cavities and decay. It can also develop below the gum line resulting in damage to the supporting structures of the teeth, causing gingivitis, periodontitis and eventually tooth loss.

Guided biofilm therapy with EMS airflow

By speaking to your dentist, you can find out about the different treatment options that are available to help keep your teeth clean and your gums free of disease. Guided biofilm therapy carried out using EMS Airflow is an excellent method of removing plaque and tartar from the surface of your teeth and alleviating signs of gum disease and periodontitis. This method is significantly more comfortable than traditional hygienist techniques, therefore, it is a popular choice for patients. It works by disclosing the plaque and tartar on the surface of your teeth using a coloured dye which will help your dentist and you get an accurate vision of how clean or unclean your teeth may be. The dentist will then use the EMS Airflow technology to remove the plaque and tartar from your teeth. This is a non-invasive procedure, which uses air and water to dislodge and remove food particles, bacteria and plaque from your mouth. To remove tartar your dentist may need to carry out ultrasonic treatment, however, this will be made significantly easier by the prior use of EMS Airflow and therefore the procedure will be carried out quickly and efficiently with your comfort in mind.

Removing plaque and tartar from your mouth using EMS Airflow will help your teeth feel clean and appear significantly whiter. It will help freshen your breath and prevent tooth decay or gum disease for the foreseeable future. It is important that you continue to undergo these appointments so that you can enjoy clean teeth, healthy gums, and a happy smile for many years to come. Speak to your dental practice today and book an appointment for yourself and your whole family to visit the dentist, to make sure that you maintain good dental health for the rest of your life.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.