Deep Teeth Cleaning
The formation of dental calculus is common and can be seen in almost everyone under today’s nutritional conditions. If the 6-month check-ups are made on time, the gums will remain healthy and pink in color since calculus is regularly removed from the teeth. However, if the controls are neglected and the necessary importance is not given to oral care, the health of the gums will deteriorate and the dental calculus will multiply. Over time, gingival recession and accompanying bone resorption may also be seen in advanced cases. In such cases, not only the calculus that is visible from the outside but also the deeper ones that have lodged between the bones should be removed. This deep removal procedure performed under anesthesia may require 1 or more sessions. Watch our video to get an idea.