Teeth scaling and polishing

Teeth scaling is generally required to clear the sticky films (called plaque) and hardened deposits (called calculus) over the teeth. Left untreated, these can result in red, swollen, painful bleeding gums and bad breath. Presence of calculus over the teeth for long duration can cause the gum line to recede and even lead to bone loss, eventually resulting in loose teeth. Periodic scaling (once every six months or annually) can prevent all these issues and help you maintain healthy gums and teeth.

Frequent use of pigmented foods and beverages can stain the teeth and also make them look pale and discoloured. These can be cleared with our polishing systems, generally carried out after scaling sessions.