Regular Cleaning, Deep Cleaning, Periodontal Disease. Which one is for me?

Have you ever gone in for a routine dental cleaning and after your dentist examines your teeth, x-rays and health of your gums, they give you the news that you have Periodontal Disease? WHAT???

❗❗ Too much bacteria has built up under the gum line and is starting to eat away at your teeth


👉Recommended every 6 months for healthy teeth

👉Focuses at and above the gum line

👉 Polishes your teeth

$$$ COST: $100-250 depending on your location and dental clinic


👉 Recommended when patient is diagnosed with gum/periodontal disease

👉 Removes plaque and tartar from below the gumline

👉 Smoothes the tooth root and helps the gums reattach to the tooth

👉 Requires anesthesia and several follow up visits

$$$ COST: $800-1500 depending on your location and dental clinic


✋When brushing, you notice your teeth seem to look a little longer

✋Teeth seem farther apart, or have shifted a little

✋Bad breath, even after brushing

✋Notice a little blood on your brush, on the floss, or in the sink.

✋Notice redness or swelling in your gums


✔️ Half of all adults in the United States over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease

✔️Gum disease is treatable, curable, and most importantly, preventable

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