Dental Cleaning Baltimore, MD

Dental Cleaning An Overview

A professional dental cleaning performed by our trained dental hygienists is an important part of maintaining lifelong oral health. Dr. Silverman recommends that patients of all ages come in twice a year for a routine dental exam and cleaning.

These regular visits serve many important purposes in keeping your smile healthy. They enable us to spot developing problems in the early stages, when we can offer conservative treatment. A thorough dental cleaning will remove any plaque that has built up on tooth surfaces or along the gum line, reducing your risk for decay or periodontal disease. A professional dental cleaning can also reduce the appearance of stains and discoloration, especially for patients who come in twice a year.

They are always working with you to see that you feel good. Friendly atmosphere they welcome you when come in everybody know your name.Bruce C.
I thoroughly enjoyed my experience with Dr. Silverman and his staff. The receptionist were very pleasant and helpful. Dr. Silverman was very professional, caring and knowledgeable. He took the time, during my exam, to explain every aspect of what he…Angela D.
Dr. Silverman and his staff are AWESOME! They are so kind, accommodating, experts at their field and customer service oriented. I would highly recommend them!Antoine W.

Dental Cleaning What to Expect

A dental cleaning will remove plaque and tartar from your teeth and gum line with the use of a high powered brush and fluoride toothpaste. Your dental hygienist will look for any signs of decay or gum disease during the cleaning process. If you have concerns or there are lifestyle habits that affect your oral health, we will offer personalized oral hygiene advice to help you maintain your smile between visits.

Routine dental cleanings are the foundation of good dental health. If you visit regularly, your dental cleaning will most likely be an efficient, painless process. For patients who have been away from the dentist for some time, mild discomfort or sensitivity if gum disease or tooth cavities are present.

Jonathan E. Silverman, DDS