Teeth Cleaning and Prevention

    Good health and well-being start from the mouth, and that is why it is essential to take care of your oral health. Your dental health speaks a lot about your overall health. Maintaining it should be your priority. We recommend you visit us regularly for dental check-ups and examinations. During your visit to our clinic, we will also clean your teeth to remove plaque, tartar, and other buildup. 

    What Is Teeth Cleaning? 

    Your mouth is full of bacteria and your teeth are prone to accumulating buildup of plaque and tartar. The accumulation of tartar or calculus, if overlooked, may lead to various problems, including tooth decay and gum disease. We perform professional teeth cleaning to keep such issues at bay and ensure that your teeth remain white, healthy, and free from bacteria. 

    What Is Involved in Teeth Cleaning? 

    Using dental-grade products, we brush your teeth to remove plaque and tartar. Hydrogen peroxide is a popular ingredient that we use to carry out this procedure. We brush your teeth and use the appropriate dental instruments to clean all the debris. This procedure is quick and straightforward, and we finish it within an hour. The results are incredible. Your teeth not only look white but remain germ-free. 

    Teeth cleaning may also include fluoride treatment that we may recommend to prevent cavities. We may apply fluoride varnishes, gels, or paste on your teeth. This particular procedure is recommended for patients who are prone to developing cavities. 

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    Why Is Preventive Care Essential? 

    Preventive care for your teeth is essential to keep the problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and others at bay. When you choose proper preventive dental care, you can keep these dental concerns from occurring. When you visit our clinic for teeth cleaning, we will also give you instructions about how to care for your teeth and maintain your pearly whites at home. 

    Our recommendations include: 

    • Brush your teeth regularly, twice a day. Do not brush too rigorously as it affects your enamel. Brush for at least three minutes per session. 
    • Your dental care is not limited to brushing; you must include flossing in your routine. Flossing prevents the accumulation of food debris between your teeth, thus keeping bacteria and plaque away. Floss after every meal to maintain your dental health.
    • Rinse your mouth using an antiseptic mouthwash. Not only does it help with the removal of bacteria, but it also keeps bad breath away. 
    • Visit us for dental cleanings and examinations at least twice a year. 

    Please reach out to our dental practice in Flanders, NJ, to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists and learn more about teeth cleaning and prevention. You can contact our dentist in Flanders, NJ, at (973) 370-8917 or schedule your consultation online.


    191 US-206 #11,
    Flanders, NJ 07836

    Fax: (973) 252-9702

    Office Hours

    MON8:00 am - 8:00 pm

    TUE8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    WED - THU8:00 am - 8:00 pm

    FRI8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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