Dental cleanings use professional-grade equipment to not only clean the surface of the teeth but also to go where normal toothbrushes can’t – below the gum line. It is below the gum line where infections can develop, which can lead to a whole host of issues and conditions. When the highly acclaimed dentists at Washington Center for Dentistry perform dental cleanings, they aren’t just doing it to leave patients with whiter, better-looking teeth. Even though a more dazzling smile is obviously a result, dental cleanings help keep a patient’s mouth and entire body healthier in the long-run.
Dental Cleanings Reviews
"I had a deep cleaning and scaling. I was a apprehensive - but they made it painless."- Anonymous / Healthgrades / Oct 10, 2021
"Great dentist and hygienist. They provide the best cleanings I’ve ever had - and pretty painless. We’ll worth it!"- E.H. / Yelp / Mar 15, 2022
"Great dentist and hygienist. They provide the best cleanings I've ever had - and pretty painless. We'll worth it!"- E.H. / Yahoo / Mar 15, 2022
"Switched to this dentistry on the recommendation of a friend, seeking a practice with hygienists and several dentists. They were easy to contact and making appointment was handled quickly and easily. Upon arrival, treated very professionally and personally. My hygienist explained everything she was doing and was excellent. Dr. Deutche came in as soon as she was finished and went completely over my X-rays, explaining what he was seeing. Everything was handled quickly, efficiently and pleasantly. A great first visit."- G.L. / Citysearch / Apr 06, 2022
"As we all know, moving out of state can be stressful, especially locating new medical professionals. When I experienced excruciating dental pain, I needed to quickly find a dentist to take a look at my tooth. I did a quick google search for a dentist in D.C. and Washington Center for Dentistry was the first dental office that appeared in my search. I completed the online intake form and within minutes I received a very pleasant call from Michelle. In speaking with her, something told me I was already in good care. She introduced the practice, the dentists, the mission and most importantly the care I would receive 6"- D.M. / Yelp / Jun 20, 2022
Benefits of Dental Cleaning
Of course, our patients want the whitest, brightest, most dazzling smiles possible, but our dental cleanings go beyond that. In fact, they go beneath that—beneath the gum line to where at-home toothbrushes just can’t reach. Our dental cleanings:
- Clean below the gum line where our toothbrush can’t reach to get the bacteria that can turn into problem-causing infections.
- Preserve and keep teeth longer by preventing tooth decay and cavities.
- Prevent mouth plaque from migrating throughout the vascular system.
- Prevent stains from building up on the enamel.
- Maintain lighter, whiter, younger-looking teeth.
After Dental Cleaning
After a thorough and refreshing dental cleaning, it’s important to protect the teeth to prolong that wonderful look and feeling. A patient should follow good oral care and hygiene, which includes:
- Brushing and flossing after every meal or snack, or at least two times per day.
- Eating a healthy diet, rich in vegetables and avoiding excessive sugar.
- Making an appointment with us every 6 months or as recommended by the dentist depending on the condition of the mouth.
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Get an Exceptional Cleaning
A clean mouth equals a healthy mouth and that's exactly what you'll get with one of Washington Center for Dentistry's exceptional dental cleanings. Your mouth will feel cleaner and fresher than you ever thought possible. Besides these benefits, we get down to areas you can't reach at home to target creepy bacteria that can cause a whole host of issues that can leave you in pain and possibly losing teeth. Avoid all of these problems with our superior dental cleaning. Your mouth will thank you! Call us today to schedule your appointment for a one-of-a-kind cleaning.
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