Oral hygiene, tartar removal

Dental Clearance

Patients who have already started with their treatment and those who bring new patients with them, may take part in free dental clearance.

Dental calculus/tartar causes problems as it is an excellent place for bacteria which can cause inflammation or bleeding of the gingiva and as a long-term result of these the decay of the gingiva. This can result in healthy teeth becoming loose and falling out. Diseases of gingiva are, unfortunately, a widespread disease and in many cases contribute to loosing teeth. Tartar also causes aesthetic problems and conducts to bad breathe. Besides that a great amount of bacteria piles up in sacs between gingiva and dental root. Bacteria and their decomposition products get into the blood stream and attack our organism continually and may bring on diseases of further lying organs.

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The basis of prevention of gingiva diseases is careful care for the mouth and regular preventive dental check-up, furthermore the cleaning of the teeth from plaque and tartar by a dentist or a dental hygienist. Tartar under and over the gingiva cannot be removed at home only with the help of special high frequency devices (ultrasound depurator) or manual devices at dentistries. After removing the tartar the surface can be high gloss polished. After polishing, the teeth will look wither which is much more beautiful.

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Inflammation of the gingiva, tartar, bad teeth, bite respectively not satisfying mouth hygiene can result in bad breath.

Tartar emerges through calcification of the surface of the teeth namely so that the minerals in the saliva incorporate into the surface and hardens.

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Tartar which contains a large amount of bacteria sticks to the surface of the teeth and bonds heavily with it and for this reason can only be removed by professionals.
 
Tartar develops because of congested, difficult-to-clean teeth as well as faulty built fillings and tooth replacements. /Certain inherited and genetic factors may also have an influence/.

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Tartar over gingiva are visible for the bare eye and develop in most cases opposite the salivary gland, this means on the inner surface of the lower frontal teeth, respectively on the outer surface of the upper molars.

Tartar under the gingiva are non-visible as they develop in the sacs under the edge of the gingiva along the surface of the tooth root. This type of tartar is stiffer, harder and sucks really hard to the surface of the teeth that is why they can only be felt out and removed by special dental devices.

Should you have any further questions, we are at your disposal. We look forward to your hearing your appointment request, so we can convince you of the high quality our services and win your confidence. We remain in deep respect and hope to see you soon personally.

From a fixed line network under: 00800 9200 9200 
(only available from the UK)

Tel.: 0036-96-566-076

Your Denis & Focus Dental Centre