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Dental Calculus Removal & Sandblasting

Dental Calculus Removal & Sandblasting

Keep teeth, gums and alveolar bone healthy through professional calculus removal and sandblasting.

CALCULUS REMOVAL AND SANDBLASTING

Maintaining proper oral hygiene will ensure your natural teeth lasts as long as possible. With regular dental check-ups we can have a look at your teeth to try and identify potential problems, allowing us to address them through corrective procedures before they get damaged beyond repair and are lost. Part of our dental check-up will be a good cleaning of your teeth where we remove the calculus and sandblast your teeth to pearly white perfection. Not only will it leave your teeth feeling smooth, but you’ll be able to smile with confidence, knowing that your teeth and interdental spaces are completely clean.

BENEFITS OF
CALCULUS REMOVAL AND SANDBLASTING

BENEFITS OF CALCULUS REMOVAL AND SANDBLASTING

• Prevent gum diseases and inflammation
• Sandblast all the build-ups away on and around the teeth
• Smooth and shiny, clean teeth
• Ensure good oral and dental health
• Easy, quick and generally painless

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Dental calculus creates an environment that is conducive to the growth of bacteria which cause holes (caries) in the teeth. It also irritates the gums and could lead to inflammation. Dentists also believe that it could lead to the development of gum disease and chronic conditions like periodontitis which causes severe tooth loss.

Unfortunately, home brushing and flossing will not get rid of this hardened substance and the only way to get rid of them is with the help of dental equipment and ultrasonic cleaners. It is also important for the dentist to sandblast and polish the teeth after the calculus has been removed.

You can try and do a self-examination to see whether there’s a build-up of calculus material on your teeth. Try and observe the spaces in-between your teeth and try and discern whether they have lost some natural space between them. Then see if you can notice white-yellowish deposits at the bottom of your teeth and lastly you can run your tongue along the back of your teeth to feel if there are any roughness close to the gums.   

Yes, the technology allows the removal of the stubborn build-up without damaging prosthetic procedures or the enamel of the teeth.

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