State-of-the-Art Teeth Cleaning in Los Angeles
Invigorate Your Smile with Teeth Cleaning from a Stress-Free Dentist
Exquisite Dentistry in West Hollywood uses the gentlest but most effective dental technology, substituting hydro-sonic water jet cleaning for traditional techniques whenever possible. The Prophy-Jet combines air, water, and gentle sodium bicarbonate to polish your teeth, enriching your smile without irritation.
You’ll be happy about how shiny and smooth your teeth will be.
Keep Up with Your Regular Teeth Cleanings
Every time you eat or drink, plaque begins to build up on your teeth and along your gum line. Regular brushing and flossing can limit this buildup, but these healthy habits don’t eliminate 100% of bacteria.
When plaque debris hardens, it becomes tartar, which can be impossible to remove with brushing and flossing alone. These bacteria often lead to gum disease and other serious dental complications. To avoid tartar buildup and maintain your overall oral wellness, be sure to keep up with your regular general dentistry teeth cleaning dentist appointments.
Restore Your Smile’s Brilliance
With your smile the best it’s ever looked, your confidence will be at an all-time high
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Sit Back and Relax as Your Smile Brightens
To Accommodate your level of sensitivity, we create the ideal treatment for you—maximizing your comfort and minimizing your time in the chair. Our dental hygienist team cleans teeth with a gentle approach, so you can relax instead of clutching the armrests.
Catch up on your favorite Netflix shows and movies, and breathe in the soothing aromas of essential oils while we revitalize your smile.
Call to Make Your Appointment
Contact us to schedule an appointment and find out how much you can actually enjoy a teeth cleaning at the Los Angeles office of Exquisite Dentistry!
What Does it Take to Keep Teeth Healthy and Prevent Cavities?
You should schedule an appointment for teeth cleaning with a dentist about every six months, but completed dental care starts at home. An ideal oral health routine begins with brushing your teeth twice per day for 2-3 minutes each time, along with fluoride toothpaste. Then, floss between your teeth once per day.
This helps prevent plaque from accumulating on your teeth or under your gumline. Plaque left in your mouth can put you at risk of cavities, gum disease, and other dental conditions. It will also yellow your teeth. A diligent dental care routine is the best way to ensure a bright, healthy smile.
Why Do Teeth Need Cleaning?
The mouth is home to many types of bacteria, and they can increase in number if not routinely cleaned out. They grow on your teeth and gums, including in colonies visible as plaque.
One type of bacteria called Streptococcus Mutans is notorious for releasing acids that decay teeth, causing cavities. But multiple types of bacteria contribute to issues like bad breath and yellow teeth.
What Should Teeth Cleaning Cost?
The cost of teeth cleaning at the dentist every six months is often covered completely, or almost entirely by dental insurance. This makes sense for insurance companies because regular dental cleaning is a great way to prevent issues like dental cavities, and treat them before they need more expensive operations like root canals and crowns.
For any questions about your insurance covered, give us a call at (323) 272-2388. We’ll be able to tell you if your insurance is accepted in our Los Angeles office.
What’s the Best Way to Maintain Great Dental Hygiene?
You can keep excellent dental hygiene in the same way you stick to any good habit, make it a routine. Get into a rhythm of brushing your teeth after breakfast, then brushing and flossing every day before bed. Set a recurring alarm if you need to. If you miss a day, just pick right back up as soon as you can.
Make sure that you set and keep your appointment for teeth cleaning at the dentist every 6 months.
Should You Rinse After Brushing Your Teeth?
Most dentists recommend that you don’t rinse after brushing your teeth. Rinsing can remove some of your toothpaste, which can help to remineralize your teeth and prevent cavities. Instead, wait a few minutes before eating or drinking anything, and make sure that you floss.