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WHEN YOU NEGLECT
People tend to neglect professional
teeth cleanings for a variety of reasons.
You might have stopped visiting the
dentist during the pandemic.
Or, you may just dread the feeling
of the dental tools scraping your teeth.
Getting back on track with your teeth
cleaning schedule helps you avoid
the following dental problems.
to Build Up
Food that gets left on your teeth
breaks down into a sticky substance
Tooth brushing helps remove
a large amount of plaque.
The bristles still can’t reach every
surface of most teeth, though.
Plaque that gets left behind hardens
This rock-like substance needs
professional tools to remove
it from your teeth.
You can brush and floss all you want,
but any food residue left behind can
contribute to bad breath.
Bacteria builds up in your mouth when
the food begins to break down.
This often happens between
your teeth and below the gum line
where it is harder to clean.
Dental tools get down into the crevices
to remove the stinky bacteria.
Plaque and tartar that sits on your teeth
too long erode the enamel.
As this happens, you may notice that
you have spots of decay developing.
If the decay gets too deep, you could be
facing a painful cavity.
That whirring sound you hear during
your dental cleaning is just
the polishing tool.
This painless part of a cleaning allows
the hygienist to gently buff and polish
the surface of your teeth.
Doing so can help to remove surface
stains and brighten up your smile.
Bacterial buildup along your gum line
can quickly accumulate between
If you go too long without removing it,
then you could be facing a diagnosis
of gum disease.
Regular dental cleanings help to prevent
gum disease from developing.
In some cases, you might even be able
to reverse gum disease by fol