Dental Cleanings Specialist

Cooper City Family Dentistry -  - Dentist

Cooper City Family Dentistry

Dentists located in Cooper City, FL

Regular cleanings and checkups are the best way to avoid cavities and to keep your gums healthy. The team at Cooper City Family Dentistry in Cooper City, Florida, offers dental cleanings to help maintain your oral health. To schedule your next dental cleaning, call the office or schedule an appointment online.

Dental Cleanings Q & A

What happens during a dental cleaning?

First, there's an exam. Your dentist at Cooper City Family Dentistry begins by visually looking over your teeth and assessing your gum health, looking for any obvious issues. X-rays may be considered if you're due for them.

The actual dental cleaning process begins after your X-rays. The hygienist or dentist uses a small metal tool with pointed ends to remove harmful plaque and tartar from your teeth. The length of time this process takes depends on how much plaque or tartar buildup you have.

Once the plaque and tartar buildup has been scraped off, the hygienist or dentist brushes and polishes your teeth using a high-powered brush and special toothpaste. The brushing is followed by professional flossing. Lastly, you may be given a fluoride treatment to strengthen your teeth until your next appointment.

How often should I have my teeth cleaned?

Your dental cleaning frequency is unique to you. Some people who have particular issues may require more frequent cleanings, while others may be able to go with the standard recommendation of twice a year. Take the American Dental Association's advice and discuss your dental cleaning needs with your dentist.

Even with routine procedures like dental cleanings, consulting with the dental experts at Cooper City Family Dentistry about your unique situation is an essential part of getting exceptional care.

Everyone has different needs, especially when it comes to his or her health. Meet your dental health needs by following a plan that's been designed just for you, not by following a general plan for the average person.

Can dental cleanings affect other aspects of my health?

The health of your mouth and your general health go hand in hand. Your mouth is connected to your body, making oral health fundamental for good health.

According to the results of a 2016 study, regular dental cleanings could help reduce the risk of pneumonia. The theory is that dental cleanings cut down on the volume of bacteria entering the lungs.

Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and other conditions have also been tied to oral health. Regular dental checkups, cleanings, and perhaps most importantly, conversations with your dentist, all play a crucial role in maintaining exceptional health.

If you're due for a dental cleaning, call Cooper City Family Dentistry or schedule your appointment online.


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