Why Choose Us?
Our teeth cleaning clinic is equipped with the latest technologies. We guarantee a comfortable and pleasant experience with exceptional results.
We understand your busy schedule. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience.
Mon – Fri: 7 am – 9 pm
Sat – Sun: 8 am – 6 pm
We are centrally located and just five minutes away from the downtown area. We offer free on-site parking and are also easily accessible by public transport.
Teeth Cleaning for $99
Teeth can become yellow over time for different reasons. Remove stains from teeth with our teeth scaling and polishing service. Maintain good oral hygiene and gift yourself a sparkling clean smile! Our teeth cleaning cost is among Canada’s lowest and most reasonable.
Yes, I’d like pearly whites for just $99!
Deep Cleaning for Teeth
Food particles lodged between your teeth may lead to the development of plaque and tartar. Over time, this can lead to tooth decay and gum disease.
Our teeth scaling and polishing procedure removes plaque, tartar, and stains from your teeth, keeping them healthy and clean. We provide a thorough deep cleaning of your teeth, removing the buildup and debris from areas you cannot see or reach with a toothbrush. If the accumulation is excessive and the plaque extends beyond your gum line, we’ll recommend periodontal cleaning.
Benefits of Professional Teeth Cleaning
Good oral health is a key indicator of health and wellbeing. Tooth decay, gum disease, tooth loss, sores, oral lesions, and viral infections can bring down the quality of your life. Poor oral health can often be an indication of deeper issues with your body. So scheduling regular appointments can help you keep track of your health.
Prevents Chronic Illnesses
Numerous studies link dental diseases to chronic illnesses, including heart disease. An oral lesion may be painful and uncomfortable; more importantly however, it could often be the first sign of a serious health condition like cancer.
Bleeding gums can also cause systemic infections if left untreated. Having your teeth regularly cleaned helps identify problems before they become chronic, allowing you to maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Brightens Your Smile
Professional cleaning enhances and maintains the aesthetic appeal of your teeth. Discolouration and stains may occur naturally with age.
When you use tobacco or consume foods that contain dark colours like red wine, coffee, cola, or tea, the enamel can become stained. Colour pigments in such foods penetrate the pores of the enamel, resulting in yellow discolouration.
Teeth cleaning at Hamilton Dental helps eliminate surface stains and keeps your pearly whites bright and healthy.
Saves Costs in the Long-term
We have highly experienced teeth cleaning hygienists who inspect the colour of your teeth and irregularities and misalignments that cause gum and teeth infection. By detecting and treating minor issues early on during professional teeth cleaning sessions, serious health consequences and associated costs can be avoided.
Reduces Bad Breath
Plaque build-up is one of the biggest causes of bad breath because it harbours smelly bacteria. Maintaining a clean mouth is one of the best ways to reduce bad breath.
Our registered hygienist will work with you to improve your brushing and flossing techniques as part of our dental cleaning treatment. We will also provide nutrition counselling and can screen for oral cancer upon request.
Plaque and tartar buildup eat away at the tooth enamel, leading to cavities. Dental cleaning allows the oral hygienist to remove this harmful buildup.
Teeth cleaning also strengthens the tooth’s enamel, supports a healthier mouth, and smoothens the tooth’s surface. Plaque that causes cavities is less likely to adhere to smooth teeth.
Our Five-Step Teeth Cleaning Process
We will evaluate your oral health and determine which of these processes you need. Not every patient, for instance, may require scaling. Our ultimate goal is to do what is best for you.
Oral Hygiene Assessment
Our dental hygienist will review your medical and dental history to determine if you have a new disease diagnosis or are taking medications for any existing conditions. They will also evaluate your teeth, tongue, gums, cheeks, palate, throat and all other soft and hard tissues and discuss any areas of concern with you.
Our hygienist will remove plaque and calculus (a calcified mass of bacteria stuck to your tooth surfaces) on the tooth, as well as any plaque that is trapped below the gum line. Hand instruments or vibrating ultrasonic instruments are used for this purpose. We will also remove any plaque that is trapped below the gum line. If your root is affected, the hygienist will perform a root planing procedure to smoothen the root surface and allow the gums to reattach correctly.
Stain Removal & Polishing
After scaling, the remaining stains are removed by polishing the teeth with a polishing paste and cup. This is a sensitive procedure, and an incorrect technique can lead to loss of tooth matter. Our hygienists take care to minimize the abrasion on the tooth surface.
Fluoride Treatment and Desensitization
Fluoride varnish prevents cavities from forming and slows down or stops decay. Besides strengthening the teeth, it also reduces the risk of demineralization of the tooth enamel. Many other agents can also be used to desensitize them.
Oral Hygiene Instruction
Your dental hygienist will develop an oral hygiene program tailored to your needs based on the condition of your teeth and gums. She may also recommend lowering sugar intake and quitting smoking.
Schedule Your Dental Cleaning
Getting your teeth cleaned regularly is essential for preventing tooth decay and ensuring good health. For more information about the condition of your teeth, schedule a tooth cleaning appointment with our dentists today.
Frequently Asked Questions on Teeth Cleaning
How often should teeth be professionally cleaned?
Dental cleanings are very beneficial, and dentists recommend scheduling a cleaning every six months. However, if you have major dental problems, such as periodontal disease, it is advisable to visit the dentist every three months. Your dentist will advise you on how often to schedule these appointments based on your oral health.
What is the duration of the teeth cleaning appointment?
Hygiene appointments are typically booked in one-hour increments. If this is your first cleaning in a long time, or if you require periodontal cleaning, you may need more than one appointment to get your teeth cleaned. This will allow dentists and hygienists to do a thorough job.
What can I do at home to maintain clean teeth?
You should brush your teeth in the morning and before going to sleep or after each meal. Furthermore, you should floss daily and use an antibacterial mouthwash, which will help you keep your mouth and teeth healthy between professional teeth cleanings.
Changing your toothbrush every two to three months is essential, as hard-bristled brushes can cause tooth sensitivity and promote bleeding gums. Contact our dentist if you are experiencing dental pain. Early treatment is always more manageable, less invasive, and less expensive than waiting.
Are dental cleanings painful?
There is no pain associated with dental cleanings. However, they do involve small amounts of tooth vibration and pressure. If these sensations cause you discomfort, our dental team is more than happy to do whatever they can to ensure you feel comfortable and safe. Before you begin your cleaning, establish a clear way to communicate “stop.” This will give you the control and comfort you need while you’re in the dental chair.
Deep cleaning of teeth may cause some discomfort and pain. However, if our dentist determines that deep or periodontal cleaning is required, you can opt for a sedative.
Will teeth cleaning cause sensitivity?
Regular dental cleanings rarely result in sensitivity. However, if you’ve not had your teeth cleaned in a while, you may have a different experience. When teeth are exposed to heat and cold after being cleaned of calculus and plaque, they may feel more sensitive. People who already have sensitive teeth or who have a lot of deposits on their teeth may also experience discomfort for a couple of days. Fortunately, there are ways to minimize sensitivity. Our dental hygienists will advise you on the aftercare.