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Everyone’s mouth is full of bacteria. This includes the germs that make up plaque. Brushing and flossing can remove some of it, but not all. The plaque left can become hard as a rock and turn into tartar. Only the dental professional can safely remove these germs and keep them from causing an infection that can spread to your whole body.
There is a connection between the health of your mouth and the rest of your body. It’s called the oral-systemic connection. If you don’t get routine cleanings, gum disease can develop. Severe gum disease has been linked to diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.
A good dental cleaning removes the plaque and tartar from your teeth. It also involves measuring your gums to watch for gum disease. And you’ll get customized instructions, specific to your teeth, to keep your teeth healthy.
Here’s what to expect when you get your teeth cleaned.
Sealants can help prevent cavities in the deep crevices of your teeth and anywhere you have an enamel defect or shallow hole in your teeth.
The sealant material flows into the grooves of the teeth and is hardened. This helps keep food and bacteria from getting stuck and causing cavities. No matter your age, sealants can preserve these compromised tooth surfaces.
Caption: Image of groove in tooth that can collect plaque and how sealant is applied
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