Dental Cleanings & Deep Cleanings

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When you visit Patriot Family Dental for a dental checkup and cleaning, we will perform a comprehensive dental exam and thorough cleaning of your teeth. Our Doctors and Staff will check all of your teeth and look for any problems or changes that need to be addressed. We will also look for any signs of gum disease, oral cancer, or any other visible areas of concern.

You want to take the best possible care of your teeth, and at Patriot Family Dental, we want to make that goal achievable. Aside from daily brushing and flossing, regular teeth cleanings are the most important aspect of your oral health. At your teeth cleaning appointment, our team will carefully examine your teeth and help to strengthen your oral defenses against decay and gum disease. We will educate you on the best ways to take care of your beautiful smile. 

Dental problems that are not treated quickly and properly will lead to financial constraints, especially if you need to have a lot of work performed on the teeth themselves.

Deep Cleaning
Deep teeth cleaning treats periodontal diseases and prevents further damage. It reaches below the gums to remove disease between teeth and gums. Deep cleaning is appropriate to treat gum & periodontal disease.

Scaling and Root Planing
Deep scaling cleans plaque and tartar from the tooth and deep pockets below the gum line. In addition, we will use ultrasonic technology in combination with an antibacterial rinse to treat the deep pockets.

If you think that you may have gum or periodontal disease, now is the time to call our office. Our friendly staff is ready to take a look at your gums and provide you with the treatment needed to ensure that your teeth and gums are healthy.

Scaling & Root Planing – El Paso, TX

Schedule a Teeth Cleaning

If you need to have a deep cleaning, contact Patriot Family Dental in El Paso, TX today to schedule your appointment with us. Call today at (915) 260-6575 to get a teeth cleaning!

What are the Benefits of Regular Dental Exams?

Dental appointments shouldn’t be made when you have a problem that needs to be addressed.

Keeping your teeth and gums healthy entails more than brushing and flossing on a daily basis. Regular dental check-ups and professional teeth cleaning play an important part in oral healthcare and also your overall health.

Early Detection of Abnormalities & Diseases

Your dentist can detect issues you may be unaware of. Many dental issues – including gum disease, cavities and oral cancer won’t cause pain or become visible until they are in advanced stages.

Studies have shown that more than 90 percent of all systemic diseases have oral manifestations, including swollen gums, mouth ulcers, dry mouth, or excessive gum problems. Some of these diseases include:

  • Diabetes
  • Leukemia
  • Oral cancer
  • Pancreatic cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease

Our dentist will be able to tell you if you are showing early signs of any of these. Seeing a dentist regularly helps to keep your mouth healthy and allows your dentist to check for developments that may point to other health issues. A dental exam can also detect poor nutrition and hygiene, improper jaw alignment and signs of developing oral and overall health problems.

Preventative Dental Care Can Save You Money

Dental appointments shouldn’t be made when you have a problem that needs to be addressed. Prevention is always better than needing a cure and possibly paying a fortune in dental expenses.

These dental exams will ensure that dental problems are found and treated early, so that they do not turn into major issues to contend with in the future. Dental exams also keep your teeth and gums as clean as possible, which reduces your risk of having decay or other problems in the first place.

Schedule a Dental Exam Today!

Call us today at (915) 260-6575, or send us a message through our Contact Us page. Our staff is caring and patient and ready to answer any questions you have concerning dental exams, insurance, and financial options that are available to our patients.