DENTAL CLEANING IN CAMBRIDGE, MA & SOMERVILLE, MA
While brushing and flossing are great ways to keep your mouth healthy, visiting a professional every 4-6 months provides a deeper clean, protecting areas you may not be able to clean properly on your own. The best way to remove staining from teeth is to have them professionally cleaned at the dentist’s office, where both surface stains and tartar buildup can be removed. A powerful combination of your at-home dental care and regular dental cleaning will prevent various oral health problems.
Have you scheduled your dental cleaning yet?
“Every tooth in a man's head is more valuable than a diamond.” Miguel de Cervantes said. We are fully agreeing and at Avalon Dental Center our dentists and hygienists strive to provide premier quality dental cleaning for you and your family. If bacteria, plaque, and tartar are allowed to thrive and stay inside your mouth, it may cause you a ton of problems eventually. That is why it is truly important to have dental cleaning regularly. How often do you visit a hygienist for a dental cleaning?
When is the last time you had your teeth cleaned?
Dental cleanings are an important part of staying healthy. If your teeth and gums are not free of plaque and tartar, this leads to many other dental problems, such as tooth discoloration, sensitivity, decay, and tooth loss. Numerous studies have shown that gum disease can be linked to other serious medical conditions such as cancer and diabetes. Dental cleaning not only maintains your bright smile. It has a significant effect on your overall health, too. It should be an essential part of your oral health care. By keeping your mouth overall healthy, you can prevent dental diseases and costly dental procedures.
Why Choose Us?
Top quality and personalized dental care
Best and experienced dentists
General and cosmetic dentistry
The latest dental technology
Convenient location and hours of operation
160 Cambridge Street,
Cambridge, MA 02141
120 Temple Street,
Somerville, MA 02145
Regular Dental Cleaning Benefits:
Prevents tooth decay and cavities
Helps reduce the risk of gum disease
Eliminates bad breath odor
Reduces risk of health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and stroke
Eliminates tooth stains caused by some foods and drinks
Brighten your teeth
Reduces costly and extensive dental procedures in the future
Why do we need a dental cleaning every 6 months?
Research has shown plaque that stays on the tooth surface becomes older, more mature, and eventually toxic which starts affecting the gum tissue and breaking down the ligaments around the gum. If you don’t have the cleaning every 6 months, you’re going to find that the gum will get swollen, red, inflamed, and start receding or you’ll get deeper pockets around the tooth leading to bone loss. So, we try to prevent gum disease if we do it for 6 months.
Our dentists and hygienists help keep your teeth and gums healthy and disease-free. Professional dental cleaning should be done every 6 months. All patients are welcome, especially if it has been less than two years since your last dental exam or cleaning.