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Cleaning & X-rays

In dentistry, cleaning involves the thorough removal of plaque, tartar, and stains from teeth, while x-rays are used to capture detailed images of the teeth and underlying structures, aiding in the diagnosis of dental issues.

A routine dental cleaning involves the removal of plaque and tartar buildup from the teeth and gums, helping to prevent gum disease and cavities. X-rays are commonly taken during dental check-ups to detect any hidden dental issues not visible during a visual exam, such as cavities between teeth or problems below the gumline.

More Questions About Cleanings and X-rays?

If you have any questions about cleaning and x-rays, contact us or schedule an appointment using the links below, or explore the variety of other dental services we provide.

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