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Professional Teeth Cleaning — Your First Line of Defense For Optimal Oral Health

Seeing a dental expert for professional teeth cleaning is an important part of your oral health routine. Regular checkups provide an opportunity to detect early signs of serious diseases and swiftly deliver proper remedies.

Dr. Ramin Mahallati, at the Center for Implant & Esthetic Dentistry in Beverly Hills, California, has a team of oral health experts who are passionate about dental care. Dr. Mahallati understands the importance of regular dental cleanings and knows how to prevent costly and painful dental problems.

Benefits of professional teeth cleaning

Professional teeth cleanings are an essential part of your oral health. Optimal oral health ensures your breath is always fresh, and your smile is bright and dazzling. Getting regular dental checkups also prevents more serious problems.

Prevent gum disease

Gum disease is an inflammation or infection of your gums. Also called periodontal disease, this issue causes pain and requires dental intervention. 

Your gums are responsible for holding your teeth securely in place. If they become infected, it’s difficult for them to do their job, leading to loose teeth and discomfort. Adding professional teeth cleaning services to your normal oral hygiene routine can prevent gum disease before it starts.

Prevent cavities

Cavities occur when the protective layer of enamel erodes from a tooth. Plaque is the number one culprit in eating away at that essential defensive barrier. Daily brushing and flossing reduces and eliminates the plaque that wears away enamel. 

Regular professional teeth maintenance provides another barrier of protection with a deep cleaning that ensures the removal of all plaque. This is the best way to avoid harmful cavities.

Stop tooth loss

The thorough removal of plaque is essential, or it begins to build up over time. Excess plaque eventually hardens. Once plaque hardens, it becomes filled with bacteria called tartar. When a layer of tartar builds up around a tooth, you’re more susceptible to gum disease. 

If gum disease advances without the intervention of professional teeth cleaning, your teeth will loosen and eventually fall out.

Save time and money

Regular professional teeth cleaning saves you time and money spent in a dentist’s office. Early detection of serious issues will also prevent more costly and painful procedures in the future. 

Detect early signs of disease

Your mouth is a direct path to your respiratory system and digestive tract. The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) reveals that several systemic diseases have early warning signs that show up with oral symptoms. This is why our team may be able to detect serious diseases during teeth cleaning treatment.


According to researchers from AAFP, almost 44 million Americans are going to be affected by diabetes over the next two decades. Fortunately, our team knows how to detect early warning signs of the disease. Diabetic patients are more prone to oral infections like gum disease and fungal infections like burning mouth syndrome.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)

You may know GERD as chronic heartburn. This condition can cause inflamed gums, bad breath, and even a sore throat. It also causes tooth enamel to erode, which leaves your teeth unprotected from harmful bacteria. GERD may cause your teeth to chip or crack, and it can cause pain when eating or drinking.

Thyroid disease

Thyroid problems have different signs in adults and children. Adults with thyroid problems may experience painful chronic dry mouth, and they’re also more likely to develop gum disease. Children with hypothyroidism have more noticeable signs like thick lips, an enlarged tongue, and delayed loss of baby teeth.

Dr. Mahallati and his skilled team of professionals are experts in clean teeth. Are you ready to schedule your professional teeth cleaning at the Center for Implant & Esthetic Dentistry? Contact our office at 310-846-8386 to schedule an appointment or use our convenient online booking tool.

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