Professional tooth cleaning (PTC) is the core of prophylaxis

Professional tooth cleaning is an important element of prophylaxis and contains far more than removal of tartar.

Thanks to our professional, specially trained employees, this procedure is painless.

Special instruments and modern technical gadgets enable us to free teeth thoroughly from stubborn tartar. Especially areas the patient cannot reach with a common toothbrush are endangered. Stains are the result of coffee, tee, red wine, or cigarette smoke - they, too, can be removed thoroughly.

After treatment, the teeth are polished with a rotating instrument and special polishing paste. Smooth surfaces impair the development of new tartar.

In addition to professional tooth cleaning, prophylaxis contains further highly effective treatments such as sealing the fissures on the chewing surface of the molars with fluid medical plastic or surface treatment of the teeth with protective fluoride material. Both protect the surfaces of the teeth from acid attacks of oral bacteria and the teeth gain more strength.

As a result of PTC, not only do the teeth appear visibly cleaner, they also feel smooth and perfectly cleansed. Caries and periodontitis stand far lower chances. The schedule for professional tooth cleaning differs from case to case.

Who profits from professional tooth cleaning?

Generally, everybody whose goal it is to do their best to maintain healthy teeth and gum profits largely from professional tooth cleaning. Your toothbrush at home doesn't reach every single niche, not even dental floss stands chances of cleansing these areas. Periodontitis patients ought to get professional tooth cleaning as prophylaxis and regular treatment after healing. Thanks to it, the result from periodontitis treatment can be held stable.

Caries Prophylaxis for Children

Caries Prophylaxis for Children And Youths, Fissure Treatment

Caries And Periodontal Prophylaxis for Adults

Professional tooth cleaning at the dentist's

This special form of tooth cleaning by far exceeds oral hygiene at home and the normal removal of calculus. It is carried out by our qualified team members under use of special instruments. Your teeth are carefully freed from adamantine plaque layers and thoroughly polished. New plaque will have a hard time regenerating itself on polished tooth surfaces. In the following weeks, your teeth are protected far better against caries and parodontitis. Even artificial teeth and tooth restaurations can be preserved for a considerably larger amount of time. The appointments for the next professional tooth cleaning differ from patient to patient and are individually arranged for.

Tooth preservation comes before tooth restauration

Swollen and bleeding gums are the first signals for infections of the gingival tissue. The result often summits in an inflammation of the entire periodontal system (parodontitis). A regular follow-up problem is loss of teeth. Thanks to state-of-the-art, easy-going therapy, we can often treat gingiva ailments effectively. Strongly inflamed and damaged teeth can be preserved thanks to modern-day methods of root canal treatment (endodonty), they can even be fully restored. Many patients can just be spared the loss of their natural teeth.

Long-time aftercare

We recommend our long-time dental care program to follow up restauration of your dental health. Regular prophylaxis appointments and profesional tooth cleaning will ensure the success of the treatment for a long period of time.

Parodontitis Aftercare

Parodontitis is a chronic disease that can spread further under circumstances. In order to guarantee successful treatment and prevent reinfection, meticulous oral hygiene and intense dental assistance are mandatory.

Thus, your dental checkup appointment and professional tooth cleaning are inevitable.

Implant Aftercare

Numerous clinical studies were able to demonstrate that plaque development on an implant leads to inflammation of the implant. This infection can develop into destruction surrounding the implant as well as loss of tissue.

The main goal of preservation therapy consists in the best possible control of plaque layers. Daily oral hygiene aims to reach a bacteria-free environment surrounding the implants.

Declining compliance, inadequate oral hygiene methods at home, or plaque generation in areas hard to reach can make regular professional cleaning methods necessary. Regular control and choice of different instruments for implant care can further support dental health.