Holistic Hygiene & Preventing Care before They Start
Preserve Your Teeth with Proper In-home & Professional Teeth Cleaning
Your oral health is essential to the well-being of your entire body. To achieve better overall health, holistic and biological preventive dental care such as routine exams, regular cleaning, sealants, and ozone (O3)/oxygen is the best investment you can make. Preventive dental care not only protects your natural teeth and gum from the onset, progress, and recurrence of dental conditions like cavities, gum disease, and enamel loss but also extends the life of your restorations. cosmetic dental procedures.ocedures.
Don’t let your Regular Dental care be neglected. Protect your teeth and your overall health by scheduling a dental appointment at Aria Dental to see Orange County’s top holistic hygienist and Dr. Maryam Horiyat. Schedule your biological preventive dental care appointment with ozone (3)/ oxygen and laser, Please call or text us at (949) 364-9600 or email us.
Holistic Vs. Conventional Dental Cleaning
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Metal-free & No Toxic Mercury
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No Bacteria to Blood Stream
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Why Choose Holistic Dental Cleaning?
The mouth appears as an open ecosystem with a dynamic balance between the microorganisms, and colonization modalities. To survive, pathogenic or “disease-causing” micro-organisms such as bacteria need to adhere to either epithelial (soft) surfaces such as gum tissue or hard surfaces such as teeth. This fact is proven by the direct correlation between oral biofilm formation and the most common oral pathological such as dental caries, periodontal disease, and peri-implantitis. Therefore, we need a dental cleaning and preventive care for two major reasons:
Holistic Vs. Conventional Dentistry
Who Benefits from Preventive Dentistry?
Everyone benefits from preventive dentistry. children, in particular, benefit because it allows their newly developing permanent teeth to grow strong and healthy. Instead of using toxic fluoride treatments, Ozone (O3) therapy and dental sealants help to prevent decay in your children’s teeth. If you are an aging adult, you can benefit from preventive dentistry because it helps to protect your natural teeth and expand the life of your restored teeth.
Our Dental Cleaning
Aria Dental offers numerous preventive dental care procedures such as regular dental cleanings (Prophylactic Hygiene), Periodontal Scaling and Root Planing (Deep Cleaning), Gross Debridement, and Periodontal Maintenance Therapy.
For regular dental cleaning, we use ultrasonic Scalers Piezo to apply a high-frequency sound wave to gently and painlessly break apart hardened plaque, tartar, and heavy stain from the surface of your teeth without harming your teeth or causing discomfort. Then we polish your teeth, giving them a smooth and bright look. After your dental cleaning, if you are still not satisfied with the color of your teeth, it is time to consider professional teeth whitening to make your smile whiter, brighter, and more beautiful.
If plaques and tartar are building up below the gum line and there is a sign of untreated gingivitis or periodontitis, our hygienists will not perform regular cleaning since it is against the standard of care; thus, they recommend immediately doing a deep cleaning to treat your gum disease since it is treatable, curable, and most importantly preventable.
Our hygienists might also recommend any of the following advanced therapies to arrest micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungi, and parasites and to achieve a better and faster results for reversing gum disease:
Two Ways to Remove Biofilm & Plaques
The oral cavity is a sea of micro-organisms normally living in balance with the entire body. When this balance is lost, the pathogenetic (disease-causing) micro-organisms become dominant and create what we call biofilm. This biofilm supports different types of infections such as bacteria, fungi, yeast, viruses, and parasites. There are two main ways to remove biofilms and plaques:
The traditional way to remove biofilm and plaques is the mechanical removal of biofilms plus the use of drugs such as antibiotics with the consequence of drug side effects. In addition to drug side effects, we need different drugs to eliminate different types of biofilms such as bacteria or fungi and their dominance. After a certain time, our body becomes resistant to antibiotics and the same medication will not work.
Ozone therapy is a minimally invasive and conservative application of ozone for natural healing without any side effects, which is usually applied after mechanical scaling and ultrasonic scaling. Ozone not only kills the bad bacteria, fungi, viruses, and protozoans, but also it removes their breakdown products as well as other necrotic debris. Oxygen/Ozone Therapy is the best and most optimal method to treat and eliminate all types of infections as well as support the surrounding healthy tissue without toxic side effects.
Laser dentistry such as diode soft tissue laser and PerioLase® LANAP laser is used for periodontal diseases without invasively using a blade to cut your gum. These laser techniques allow us precisely remove the target tissue with less trauma and bleeding, and control infection by killing many of the bacteria deep in the tissues.
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Types of Dental Cleaning
There are different types of professional teeth cleaning, and the type that our hygienist and Dr. Horiyat are likely to utilize relies heavily upon your specific oral care condition.
A prophylaxis cleaning is mainly used on individuals with an overall healthy mouth and is designed to perform routine maintenance and prevent dental problems such as gum disease or bone loss. During a prophylaxis cleaning, plaque, tartar, and calculus (harden plaques) are removed from both sides of teeth as well as from in between them. Dental prophylaxis cleanings are generally recommended at least twice a year to keep your teeth and gum healthy; however, high-risk patients may require them more.
Scaling and root planning is non-surgical deep cleaning of the gum, gum lines, and other supporting structure of teeth; it is performed on patients who are diagnosed with gum diseases such as gingivitis or periodontitis. Deep Cleaning is used to treat gum disease and promote the reattachment of receding gum. There are two main steps to deep cleaning: the first step is called scaling in which plaque and tartar are removed from the visible surface of the teeth as well as from the gum pocket below the gum line. The second step is known as planning in which the root surfaces are smoothed. This planning step will make it easier for the gums to reattach themselves to the teeth.
This type of cleaning is performed when a regular teeth cleaning is not enough. It is usually used for people who have put off dental visits or teeth cleaning for a while and have a significant buildup of plaque and tartar. During a gross debridement, plaque is first removed with a scaler tool. Since tartar is hardened, a special electric tool is usually required to loosen and remove tartar from the teeth. Once this is complete, a regular prophylaxis cleaning will be performed.
Periodontal maintenance cleaning is recommended for those who had a history of gum disease; it helps patients to maintain healthy teeth and gums long-term. Periodontal maintenance cleaning involves a careful inspection and a thorough cleaning to prevent gum disease. This includes:
- Inspection: Teeth x-rays & visual examination of the mouth
- Subgingival Cleaning: Calculus is removed along and under the gumline.
- Supragingival Cleaning: Dental scaling tools are used to clean the area of teeth that is visible above the gum line.
- Root Planing: The root of the teeth is gently smoothed to remove any remaining bacteria that persists.
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