Side Effects Of Tooth Cleaning
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The recommended time to visit a dentist is twice a year. These visits can happen more often, depending on your health condition, and usually involve teeth cleanings.  Brushing your teeth as required, in the morning and at night before your sleep,  is helpful in maintaining good oral health, but that does not eradicate all food particles. You may also use mouthwash and use dental floss, but stubborn food particles may remain, especially if you have small tooth spaces.

A teeth cleaning from a dental hygienist will help to remove the stubborn food particles that turn to plaque and tartar if not removed. If plaque and tartar is left on your teeth  it may result in the accumulation of bacteria that may cause infections. Persistent infection may lead to complicated dental conditions such as gingivitis and periodontal disease.

By visiting a dentist and their hygienist for teeth cleaning will help avoid the long-term side effects caused by poor oral hygiene. If you live in Richmond, root canal and tooth cleaning services are available, with adequate expertise to ensure your recovery. However, having your teeth cleaned may have side effects that you should understand and prepare for.

Tooth Sensitivity

When your teeth get covered with a plaque for a long period of time, they develop a layer that your teeth get used to. Going for teeth cleaning will remove the plaque layer exposing the healthy tooth enamel. The amount of plaque removed may make your teeth feel sensitive. If you go for routine teeth cleaning services, your teeth may be at a lower risk of tenderness as they have a thin layer of plaque.

Those who have a lower frequency of teeth cleaning may experience the condition. However, when you experience sensitivity, your doctor may advise on particular toothpaste that has a desensitizing effect.

Sore Gums

Plaque and tartar formation may advance to your gums when present of your teeth for a long time. During the teeth cleaning process, the cleaning device has to scrub below the gum line, which may make your gums sore. The gums may feel sore for up to 10 days. You can use painkillers to reduce the pain sensation while the gums heal.

You may also use a specific mouthwash that can help to reduce the possibility of infectious bacteria builds up around the sore area. In case of an infection, the doctor may prescribe antibacterial drugs that help to reduce the bacteria attacking the inflamed gums.

Swollen Gums And Teeth Gaps

A thorough cleaning process may result in swelling on your gums. You will experience the swelling for a few days, but it should subside on its own. Antibacterial drugs may be used when an infection occurs. Although infections rarely happen. You may also see tooth gaps due to the removal of plaque between your teeth. The gaps may feel like gum when closer to the surface. You are required to exercise the mouth slowly to give it time to recover.

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Avoid chewing foods that may cause your mouth to move vigorously and rupture the wound. You should also avoid hot food that may further injure your mouth and make healing a slow process. You should also drink water to help you stay hydrated. However, do not use straws that can cause pressure on the wound and rupture delicate and exposed blood vessels.

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