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How Often Should You Get Your Teeth Cleaned?

How Often Should You Get Your Teeth Cleaned?

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dental teeth cleaning chandler azIf you are searching the web for good dental hygiene recommendations about teeth cleaning you have come to the right place.

First off, you should be cleaning your teeth everyday at home with regular daily flossing and at least brushing your teeth once a day if not 2 or 3 times a day after every major meal. Always be easy on the gums, use a circular motion, and make sure you are brushing for at least a good 3-5 minutes per teeth cleaning session at home.

If you are wondering how often you should see a dentist for a professional dental health screening and cleaning we would recommend at least every six months but it wouldn’t hurt you to visit at least once a year for a good thorough dental teeth cleaning.

The American Dental Association recommends that you visit your dentist at least once a year to get a routine examination and cleaning. If you have a history of gum disease, you should get your teeth cleaned more often in order to prevent the recurrence of infections or disease. You should also have your teeth cleaned more often if you suffer from chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease due to the link between these diseases and tooth problems. (hat tip: humanaonedental)

If you are in the Chandler, Arizona area and want to schedule a professional dental cleaning please call us at (480) 306-5506 we would be happy to share with you the current dental teeth cleaning prices and cost and might have a new patient special going on at the time so it can vary.

Usually it’s a $19 Exam, basic cleaning, x-ray, and teeth whitening services*

*call to make sure this special is still valid

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