Hygienization

Hygienization

Hygienization

Hygiene procedures are a very important part of the process of maintaining cleanliness and oral health. These include several procedures that it would be worthwhile to perform at least once a year (applies to patients without inflammation of the gums and relatively good hygiene).

The various stages of hygienization include:

  • supragingival scaling, or tartar removal
  • Sandblasting (removal of extrinsic stains - coffee, tea, nicotine, etc.).
  • polishing with specialized polishes

Undergoing regular hygienists helps maintain healthy teeth, gums and mucous membranes, laying a solid foundation for long-term oral health.

It should be remembered that patients struggling with gingivitis should receive specialized care from a periodontist, and performing only basic hygiene procedures is definitely not enough.

Sandblasting

This is a procedure that is generally used after the removal of calculus. Its great advantage is that it not only removes stains, but also allows the removal of residual tartar invisible to the naked eye. In addition, it pre-polishes the surfaces of the teeth, which guarantees a slower accumulation of tartar in the future. It is worth remembering that sandblasting should be performed always Immediately after removing the stone.

Curettage and scaling (stone removal)

We can divide scaling into supragingival scaling, i.e. scaling that we use when there is no inflammation, and subgingival scaling when there is active inflammation. Ultrasonic subgingival interventions are often called "root planning." This procedure is performed by a specialist under local anesthesia.

Curettage is a subgingival form of periodontal treatment that aims to remove inflamed tissue with special curettes.

Subgingival treatments are used for significant gingivitis, but especially periodontitis.

Oral hygiene instruction

We provide information on proper brushing technique, flossing and other hygiene aids. We make sure to educate the patient on the importance of proper oral hygiene for maintaining healthy teeth and gums.

Whitening

In our clinic we use an innovative whitening system PrevDent CrWR, which simultaneously provides efficiency in the visual field and cares for the health of the enamel. The whitening process is not only about reducing stains, but also about repairing and remineralizing teeth. Using PrevDent, we are able to whiten teeth by up to several shades.

Note that before teeth whitening, a full hygiene package should be performed to prepare.

Curettage and scaling (stone removal)

We can divide scaling into supragingival scaling, i.e. scaling that we use when there is no inflammation, and subgingival scaling when there is active inflammation. Ultrasonic subgingival interventions are often called "root planning." This procedure is performed by a specialist under local anesthesia.

Curettage is a subgingival form of periodontal treatment that aims to remove inflamed tissue with special curettes.

Subgingival treatments are used for significant gingivitis, but especially periodontitis.

Sandblasting

This is a procedure that is generally used after the removal of calculus. Its great advantage is that it not only removes stains, but also allows the removal of residual tartar invisible to the naked eye. In addition, it pre-polishes the surfaces of the teeth, which guarantees a slower accumulation of tartar in the future. It is worth remembering that sandblasting should be performed always Immediately after removing the stone.

Whitening

In our clinic we use an innovative whitening system PrevDent CrWR, which simultaneously provides efficiency in the visual field and cares for the health of the enamel. The whitening process is not only about reducing stains, but also about repairing and remineralizing teeth. Using PrevDent, we are able to whiten teeth by up to several shades.

Note that before teeth whitening, a full hygiene package should be performed to prepare.

Oral hygiene instruction

We provide information on proper brushing technique, flossing and other hygiene aids. We make sure to educate the patient on the importance of proper oral hygiene for maintaining healthy teeth and gums.

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