What happens after a

dental cleaning?

Once deep cleansing sessions have been carried out, it is important to wait 2 to 4 weeks to evaluate the results and verify that the disease has been eradicated.


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Deep cleaning

he deep cleaning consists of a treatment with local anesthesia that "sleeps" the gum and allows to clean the "periodontal pockets", a space between the gum and the tooth where tartar and the bacteria that cause periodontitis accumulate.

After anesthetizing the gum, we proceed to clean the bags using different types of hand instruments and ultrasonic devices that separate the tartar from the root and smooth the surface of the tooth to leave it smoothed and clean. Deep cleaning is not painful and after the treatment you can lead a normal life.

Normally, deep cleanings are performed in several sessions according to the areas in which the mouth has been divided. Although the treatment is painless, some patients suffering from odontophobia (anxiety to dental treatment) may benefit from nitrous oxide, a gas that is administered during treatment to relax and eliminate the patient's anxiety.

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