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Your dental hygienist is qualified to do teeth cleaning which plays a vital role in reducing tooth decay, gingivitis, and gum disease. A dental hygienist does a thorough visual examination of your mouth to assess the health of your teeth and gums to detect dental disorders at an early stage and begin the treatment at once if required.
A dental hygienist also does teeth scaling. Scaling helps remove plaque and tartar that has accumulated on your teeth over a period of time thus optimizing your oral health. Teeth polishing is another treatment that a dental hygienist is trained for, and this is useful in removing stains and plaque from your teeth. Your dental hygienist may also recommend a fluoride treatment. This is helpful in minimizing tooth sensitivity and decay.
Dental care for children
It is recommended to visit your dentist at regular intervals suggested by your dentist to know about your child’s dental health. Since children undergo quick changes with their teeth and gums, a routine check-up is essential. Children’s primary teeth have a thinner enamel which predisposes them towards dental decay and cavities. It is also known that the pulp or the root of the primary teeth in children is much bigger and decay can spread there quickly which may require a partial root canal or an extraction. Children should see their dentist as soon as the first teeth start to erupt.