Mark W. Wright, DDS, PA
Man in dental chair | Dentist Twin Falls ID

Professional Dental Cleanings Equal Healthy Teeth

April 10, 2019
Posted By: Mark W. Wright, DDS
Woman smiling in dental chair | Twin Falls ID Dentist

Professional Dental Cleanings in Twin Falls, ID represents one of the best preventive measures for the maintenance of healthy teeth. Our top dentist is big on prevention because it is inexpensive for patients, and it staves off expensive dental problems down the road that can lead to tooth loss.  

Prevention Trilogy: Brushing, Flossing, and Professional Dental Cleanings

Even if you are the most dedicated brusher and flosser, you can’t get rid of stubborn bacteria or all the tartar. This may lead to cavities, periodontal disease, and dental emergencies. These can be costly issues and lead to tooth loss.

Our trained hygienist has the right tools and technologies to clear away the most stubborn debris that your toothbrush leaves behind.

This does not mean you should not have an amazing brushing and flossing routine at home. It means that brushing and flossing in conjunction with professional teeth cleanings every six months is the best practice.

According to what we’ve seen in our dental office, which falls in line with American Dental Association findings, professional teeth cleanings every six months means fewer dental issues, especially when practiced in conjunction with professional teeth cleanings.

Professional Teeth Cleanings and Regular Dental Exams

Professional teeth cleanings in Twin Falls, ID, along with a great oral hygiene routine at home, should be coupled with regular dental exams by our top dentist.

Regular dental exams help spot potential dental issues before they threaten your oral health or become expensive dental problems in the future.

At Mark Wright, DDS, PA we want to provide the best dentistry for our patients. This starts with prevention.

Contact Our 83301 Dental Office

If you haven’t scheduled your professional dental cleaning in Twin Falls, ID, get in touch with our dental office today! We always warmly welcome new patients.

If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (208) 735-1345
View the ADA Accessibility Statement