A Professional Cleaning is So Important!
By Kirk Kimmerling D.D.S. on April 01, 2019
A professional cleaning is so important, especially to reach areas that are hard to get to. Sometimes you can accumulate tartar even though you are doing a very thorough self-cleaning at home. It is recommended that you see the hygienist every six months to ensure good hygiene, Sometimes a patient will receive a recommendation to come more often in certain circumstances. You still have to continue good hygiene at home to continue between professional cleanings with us, your dental office.
Our dental hygienists are some of the very best! They love our patients, go to continuing education classes, and definitely bring a positive influence to our dental practice! They are all outstanding in their area of expertise, and our patients love them! Our hygienists work hard to create a comforting environment for you so that you can relax during your cleaning. We would love for you to get to know them individually!
For the best in dental care, our hygienists use the most updated, cutting-edge equipment to assist them in their work. They use the latest version of an air polisher, which uses a concentrated mix of air, water and baking soda. Basically it takes the plague off of teeth without ever touching them. This method is also less abrasive on the teeth, and is quite effective in removing stains on teeth.
Some of the people that really benefit from this method are people with braces Also if you are anxious about the sound of a drill you will be more at ease with this instruement. People that are anxious about feeling vibrations will also be more calm with this air polisher. There are many benefits to this polisher so come visit our office and let our wonderful hygienists take care of you!
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“My husband and I love Verde Pointe and Dr. Kirk. We have been patients for about 5 years, and it has been the best dental experience we have ever had. Everyone is always very nice and helpful. The entire visit turns into a relaxing experience.” Roxanne French