How Long Is It Good To Wash A Tooth, Whether To Have Harm To The Tooth?


First of all, what is a cleaning?

Cleaning teeth is an important measure to maintain the health of periodontal tissue and prevent the occurrence of periodontal disease. The simple understanding is to let professional dentists use professional instruments to help people brush their teeth. Cleaning can remove stains on the surface of teeth, help restore the normal luster and color of teeth, remove plaque, dental stones, and prevent periodontal disease that cannot be removed by other home oral health care measures such as brushing.

Is there any harm to teeth?

Some people say: "tooth cleaning is to shatter the tooth stones on the tooth surface by the corresponding means, which will also bring a certain degree of damage to the tooth.

In fact, here to tell you, although the dental stones are very hard, but compared with the teeth, it is still very loose, and the combination of dental stones and teeth is relatively loose, because loose, so the dental stones can be knocked down from the surface of the teeth, in the whole process of the removal of dental stones will not damage the teeth.

How often is the most appropriate time to do teeth cleaning?

There are no strict rules about how often you should clean your teeth. For brushing, it is recommended to do it twice a day, but for cleaning, normal people should do it once or twice a year.

These four groups are forbidden to clean their teeth:

1. People with gingival malignant tumor.

2. People with oral local soft and hard tissue inflammation in the acute period should wait until the acute period is over.

3. People with hemorrhagic diseases have poor blood clotting mechanism and tend to bleed more after tooth cleaning.

4. People with active angina pectoris, myocardial infarction within six months, hypertension and heart failure that have not been effectively controlled.

4 DOS and don'ts for cleaning teeth

1. Don't eat too hot or cold food for an hour after cleaning, and don't brush your teeth that night.

2. For three days after cleaning, do not eat too spicy food, and do not eat food with pigmentation such as coffee and tea.

3. Within seven days after cleaning, do not forcibly suck, or lick with tongue, finger touch gums, do not use dental floss, toothpick, in order to prevent bleeding.

4. One or two months after dental cleaning, some people with physical sensitivity may appear allergic and uncomfortable to cold, hot, sour, sweet and other stimuli. This is a normal individual reaction, please do not worry too much, if the symptoms continue to worsen and cannot be alleviated, please timely consult.