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Teeth Cleaning at the Dentist


Teeth Cleaning at the Dentist
One of the most common questions that people ask me if they should get them to brush their teeth by a dentist. As to many questions that people ask me, my answer is that it is your choice. There is nothing that you ever had to do. The question will begin to ask themselves : "it is in the interest of my health?" The purpose of the cleaning of teeth by a dentist or hygienist is to remove plaque and deposits in and around the tooth. My personal experience shows that, with my teeth scaled with a metal probe is extremely uncomfortable.

Better question is, teeth cleaning, improves the condition of the teeth, or if the positive aspects of cleaning teeth outweigh the negative. In my personal experience, after my teeth cleaned by using a ultrasonic cleaner, my body became easier. Since I now use an oral irrigator and blotting techniques, along with continuous improvement of my health of the digestive I hope that no cleaning in the future.

I personally avoid metal probe teeth gnashed and cleaning. Any Type of cleaning, scaling, or ultrasonic, has the potential to hyperstimulate the nerves in the teeth. There is clear evidence that tooth brushing can cause minor wear to teeth in some cases even without toothpaste. Abrasive toothpaste in combination with a toothbrush can certainly damage your teeth enamel.253 so, the notion that the enamel as hard as diamonds, and nothing can damage it is a lie. If a small amount of sand in toothpaste can cause damage to the tooth enamel, it would seem, it is clear that the cleaning of teeth by force and sharp metal rods, of course, in some cases, zero tooth enamel. This time I can't find concrete evidence in the dental literature to prove that brushing your teeth with a metal probe either safe or dangerous. ..
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