Don’t Let Plaque Steal Your Sparkle!

Say goodbye to stubborn plaque, tartar, and bacteria build-up that can cause bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay. Our teeth scaling service removes even the toughest stains and leaves your teeth feeling smooth, clean, and refreshed. Reclaim your smile’s natural radiance and enjoy a newfound confidence in your oral health with our expert dental care!


How can teeth scaling help you?

Here are some ways in which teeth scaling can benefit your oral health:

  1. Removes Plaque and Tartar Build-up: Plaque and tartar can build up on your teeth and gums over time. This can lead to tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health problems. Teeth scaling removes this build-up, helping to prevent these issues from developing.

  2. Improves Gum Health: Gum disease is a serious oral health problem that can cause tooth loss if left untreated. Teeth scaling can help prevent gum disease by removing the bacteria and debris that can irritate and inflame your gums.

  3. Reduces Bad Breath: Bad breath can be caused by a variety of factors, including bacteria in the mouth. Teeth scaling can help to remove the bacteria and food particles that can cause bad breath, leaving your mouth feeling fresh and clean.

  4. Enhances Oral Hygiene: By removing plaque and tartar, teeth scaling can help to improve your overall oral hygiene and make it easier to maintain healthy teeth and gums.

What To Expect

Teeth scaling is a crucial dental procedure that helps to remove plaque, tartar, and other build-ups from teeth and gum line. Here’s how teeth scaling is done at our dental clinic, step by step:

  1. Assessment: We will first examine your teeth and gums to identify areas that require scaling.

  2. Cleaning: Using specialized tools such as scalers and ultrasonic devices, we will carefully remove the build-up from your teeth and gum line. This process can take 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the severity of the build-up.

  3. Ultrasonic Scaling: An ultrasonic scaler is used to break down the plaque and tartar from the teeth and gums. This device uses high-frequency vibrations to loosen the build-up.

  4. Hand Scaling: Once the majority of the plaque and tartar has been removed with the ultrasonic scaler, we will use hand scalers to remove any remaining deposits.

  5. Polishing: Once the teeth are scaled and cleaned, they are polished using a special paste to remove any surface stains.

  6. Fluoride Treatment: To protect the teeth from future decay, a fluoride treatment may be applied to strengthen the enamel and reduce sensitivity.

If you want to maintain healthy teeth and gums, it is essential to schedule regular teeth scaling appointments with us. With the right care and attention, you can enjoy a bright, healthy smile for years to come!


Most frequent questions and answers

Teeth scaling, also known as dental scaling or deep cleaning, is a dental procedure that involves the removal of plaque and tartar buildup from the surfaces of the teeth and below the gum line.

You may need teeth scaling if you have excessive plaque or tartar buildup on your teeth, which can lead to gum disease, bad breath, and tooth decay.

Teeth scaling is typically performed under local anesthesia, so the procedure itself should not be painful. However, some patients may experience mild discomfort or sensitivity in the days following the procedure.

The length of a teeth scaling procedure depends on the extent of the buildup and the number of teeth being scaled. Typically, teeth scaling can be completed in one or two appointments.

The cost of teeth scaling depends on the location of the dental practice and the extent of the treatment needed. Insurance may cover part or all of the cost of the procedure.

The frequency of teeth scaling depends on the individual’s oral health needs. Typically, teeth scaling is recommended every 6-12 months to maintain healthy teeth and gums.

Teeth scaling does not require any special care beyond regular brushing and flossing. Patients should avoid consuming foods and drinks that are high in sugar and acid, which can contribute to tooth decay.

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Kajang
5-1, Jln Kajang Perdana 3/1, Taman Kajang Perdana, 4300 Kajang, Selangor

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Tropicana
No.2G, Tingkat Bawah, Jalan Aman Sinaria 4, Bandar Tropicana Aman, 42500 Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Melaka
A1, Jalan PKCAK 2, Pusat Komersial Cendana, 75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka

Scroll to Top