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Cleaning & Polishing: Your dental hygienist will use a special instrument called a hand scaler or ultrasonic dental instrument to scrape and remove the tartar from your teeth He or she will then polish your teeth, often with a rotating rubber cup or brush, to remove any remaining plaque or stains

 

Education: After the cleaning, your hygienist will discuss any dental hygiene problems that were detected, and show you how to brush and floss more effectively, if necessary

 

Examination: your dentist will examine your teeth, gums, and mouth, to look for changes or signs of a problem, during the examination, your dentist may also use a special probe to measure the pockets between your teeth and gums

 

X-Rays: your dentist may decide to take X-rays of your teeth to look for decay, gum disease, or other dental problems

CHECK UP & CLEANS

TOOTH EXTRACTION

If a tooth has been broken or damaged by decay, your dentist will try to fix it

with a filling, RCT, or other dental treatment. But when there’s too much

damage for the tooth to be repaired, the tooth may need to be taken out

A SIMPLE EXTRACTION

in this procedure, the dentist loosens the tooth with an instrument called an elevator. Then uses forceps to remove the tooth

A SURGICAL EXTRACTION

this is a more complex procedure, which is used if a tooth may have broken off at the gum line or has not erupted in the mouth. The oral surgeon will make a small incision into your gum to surgically remove the broken tooth or impacted wisdom tooth

WISDOM TOOTH EXTRACTION

Adults can have up to 32 teeth. The wisdom teeth are the last to appear, right at the back of the mouth. They usually appear when you are between 17 and 25, although sometimes they appear many years later. People often have jaws that are too small for all 32 teeth to fit – 28 is often the most we have room for. So, if all the other teeth are present and healthy there may not be enough space for the wisdom teeth to come through properly. Your dentist will tell you how easy or difficult each tooth will be to remove after looking at the x-rays. Upper wisdom teeth are often easier to remove than lower ones. Removing wisdom teeth may cause some swelling for a few days

NOTE

IV Sedation by a Specialist is Available upon Request