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The primary goal of dental hygiene treatment is to maintain healthy teeth and gums by removing plaque and tartar build-up, identifying and treating gum disease, and providing education on proper oral hygiene practices.


This typically includes a combination of cleaning, scaling, and polishing procedures. During cleaning, the hygienist removes plaque and tartar from the teeth and gums, which are areas that are difficult to reach with regular brushing and flossing. Scaling involves using specialized tools to remove hardened calculus from the teeth, while polishing uses a rotating brush and a special paste to smooth the teeth and remove surface stains. Overall, a dental hygiene treatment plan is tailored to each patient’s individual needs, taking into account their current oral health status, medical history, lifestyle factors, and personal preferences.



Dental airflow treatment is a cleaning procedure carried out by a dental professional. It involves the use of a device that sprays a mixture of air, fine powder particles, and water onto the teeth and gums. This combination removes surface stains, bacteria, and plaque from the teeth and gums, leaving them clean and refreshed. The fine powder used in dental airflow treatment is usually made up of sodium bicarbonate, which is gentle on the teeth and safe for regular use. The airflow device blows the powder onto the teeth and gums in a controlled stream, removing bacteria and other debris without damaging the tooth enamel. Dental airflow treatment is often recommended as part of routine dental check-ups to maintain good oral hygiene. It is a quick and painless procedure that usually takes less than 30 minutes to complete.

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