Professional Oral Hygiene

For most of us brushing the teeth is not sufficient. Soft white deposits accumulate in the areas where it is difficult to clean, and the gum reacts to bacteria thriving in the deposit by bleeding, redness and pain. If still not cleaned, deposits turn into hard deposits – calculus (tartar). A new soft deposit forms on the calculus; the gum and the bone contact the microorganisms and start to “recede downwards”, the bone starts to recess and displacement of teeth appear, which, finally, results in the loss of teeth.

During professional oral hygiene procedure soft and hard deposits and various pigments are removed. The teeth are polished with a special paste using ultrasound equipment.