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Dental Prophylaxis

Prophylaxis treatment is the process in which we perform a thorough cleaning of both your teeth and gums. Teeth cleaning plays a vital role in the proper treatment of the progression of both gingivitis and periodontal disease.

Teeth cleaning at Redemption Dental Frisco is a powerful tool we use to assist in maintaining your oral health and stop or eliminate most periodontal disease.

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Halt Gum and Periodontal Disease

Having a professional teeth cleaning at Redemption Dental Frisco is perfect for your health. We recommend most patients have a regular cleaning twice annually as a preventative measure but often recommend more frequent treatment for patients who present with periodontitis. Please note that gum disease and periodontal disease cannot be eliminated; however, Dr. Sojourner-Critz believes that regular cleanings are one of the most effective tools to help halt their progress.

Effects of Proper Professional Cleanings

Eliminate Plaque

Elimination of plaque. Tarter (calculus) accumulation both below and above the gum line can easily result in typical periodontal deterioration and disease.

Home Techniques

Standard home techniques, while crucial and helpful for your dental health, are not all-inclusive and will not effectively remove all debris and bacteria or clear deposits in gum pockets.

A Beautiful Smile

Your smile will become even more beautiful! Regular professional cleanings can lead to decreasing yellow staining and increasing the aesthetics of your smile. Professional cleaning is one of the most effective tools toward removing unsightly stains.

Fresher Breath

Your breath will become fresh! Patients who have bad breath (halitosis) often show signs of periodontal disease. Regular cleanings with the removal of plaque, calculus, and bacteria will improve bad breath and potential infections.

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