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Tartar removal by laser

Tartar removal by laser

Tartar is a specific deposit on dental surface and on the tooth enamel and often leads to the formation of dental caries or promotes their gradual but sure destruction.

Formation of the dental calculus occurs by degrees. At the beginning between the teeth plaque is accumulated, which will harden bit by bit. Often this process is accompanied by bleeding gums that may lead to the teeth loosening.

Laser removal of tartar is often called laser teeth brushing or professional oral hygiene. And it's true.

The benefits of laser removal of tartar:

- Procedure is absolutely painless;
- Laser has also bactericidal properties (kill pathogenic microbes);
- It reduces the risk of tooth decay, gum inflammation and other dental diseases;
- Procedure is absolutely secure;
- It prevents from gingival inflammation;
- It sterilizes cavities, fissures, canals;
- It removes enamel hyperesthesia;
- You can combine removal of the tartar with teeth whitening.

The process of tartar removing by laser has three main stages:

1. Tartar removal by laser;
2. Grinding surface of the tooth;
3. Polishing the tooth surface.

The last two stages can create unfavorable conditions for the growth of pathogenic microbes.

Also, the laser does not have any negative influence on the enamel as it works without contact, from a distance. Moreover, after removal of plaque and calculus enamel can easily absorbs useful substance from food or toothpaste.

Professional teeth cleaning is recommended for all, regardless of age, as dental plaque and tartar are formed at almost all ages. Brushing your teeth can not prevent from dental tartar.

Laser removal of dental plaque should be done at least 2 times a year.

Laser removal of dental plaque can prevent from periodontitis, periodontal disease, gingivitis, gingival bleeding. A plaque removal by laser in out-of-the-way places is the prevention of tooth decay, bad breath. Besides this procedure improves significant color of the enamel.

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Formation of the dental calculus occurs by degrees. At the beginning between the teeth plaque is accumulated, which will harden bit by bit. Often this process is accompanied by bleeding gums that may lead to the teeth loosening.
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