Teeth Cleaning and Polishing

General dentistry

B.DENT - Dental Implant Clinic in Zagreb, Croatia - Dentist

Teeth Cleaning and Polishing

Teeth cleaning and polishing are safe and non-invasive methods of oral hygiene. These methods not only represent the basis of the oral hygiene, but teeth cleaning and polishing prevent severe problems on teeth and their supporting structures such as gingivitis and periodontitis. We cannot ignore an aesthetic dimension of these non-invasive methods since removal of dental plaque and pigmentations, including the final sandblasting, help teeth regain their natural shine and beauty.


How often do I need to get my teeth cleaned and polished?

We recommend you get your teeth cleaned and polished once every six months to a year. Teeth cleaning and polishing are vital for your oral health. So, do not delay to visit a dentist, book your appointment with us today.

Do teeth cleaning and polishing damage tooth enamel?

Teeth cleaning and polishing are completely painless and safe methods which do not damage tooth enamel. However, if the enamel is decaying, you should contact your dentist to find an alternative solution because in some cases it is necessary to replace the damaged structure with dental crowns, veneers or fillings.

What is sandblasting and why is it necessary?

Sandblasting is a good way to complete the plaque and pigmentation removal done by teeth cleaning and polishing. This method is very effective in restoring the natural shine and beauty of teeth. You should get these procedures done once every six months to a year in order to maintain proper oral health.

What does the procedure of teeth sandblasting look like?

We use the AIR FLOW method for sandblasting teeth. It is a completely painless method using a blast of small particles of sodium bicarbonate. The AIR FLOW method is very successful in removing all pigmentation and dental plaque from the surface of teeth. The procedure takes approximately 30 minutes, and as a result, you get brighter, smoother and whiter teeth.


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