Dentistry is a non-invasive dental procedure that removes the bacterial plaque and tear deposits from the teeth, leaving behind smooth, polished and clean surfaces.

By faulty oral hygiene, the dental plaque can be turned into a denture deposit called teat.

Tartar is formed over time by mineralization of the bacterial plate with the salts present in the saliva. It adheres to the surface of teeth, but also to seals, dental bridges, implants, orthodontic appliances. Originally a yellowish-white color, it turns gray to brown as a result of pigments in food (coffee, tobacco, tea). Beyond the aesthetic aspect, tartar can be a factor favoring the appearance of paradontal disease because, along with the bacterial plaque deposited on its surface, it can cause inflammation of the gum, diminishing the bone support, tooth mobility, and finally its loss.

Tartar, which is known as the largest enemy of the gum, can easily be removed by scraping.

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This dental procedure consists of removing tear deposits from teeth. Rigorous agglomerations of tartar reduce the effectiveness of dental brushing, favoring the accumulation and proliferation of bacteria that constitute a reservoir of toxins and an environment conducive to the development of other dental problems.

This can be done with hand-operated tools that tear off teeth or with sonic or ultrasonic tools. These tools vibrate easily by removing the teeth from the teeth. Throughout treatment, a powerful water jet will act on the thigh to prevent tooth overheating due to vibration.

Ultrasound scraping

It is the most used method. Ultrasounds are mechanical vibrations with very high frequencies (25,000 – 42,000 Hz), which the human ear does not perceive. These powerful vibrations “break” and mobilize the tartar, and the water jet of the device cleans the fragments and avoids overheating of the tooth to prevent dental pulp (dandruff, necrosis, gangrene).

Although it is an easier workmanship for the clinician, ultrasonic scaling should always be completed by the manual. It is especially useful for the displacement of supragingival plaque. Ultrasonic scrap is not recommended for people suffering from respiratory disorders (asthma, pulmonary emphysema, cystic fibrosis) or children.

In addition to prophylactic treatment, detoxification is considered the first line of non-chronic periodontal treatment. Scaffolding also has beneficial effects at aesthetic level, by removing the various stains, while providing a sense of “cleanliness”.

Only done at a regular time this procedure reduces and even eliminates the risk of gum disease – the recommendation of the Favorit Dental Clinic is that the procedure is done at a period of 9-12 months and for smokers even more often.