About Dental Cleaning
When you and your family come in for a dental cleaning, we hope you make yourself comfortable while you receive preventive dental care at Made Ya Smile Dental in Kingwood, TX. Our job is to make sure that we are creating the right atmosphere for you and your family. We want you to see the importance and value of dental cleanings for lifelong dental health. Not only do we clean your teeth, but we also eliminate plaque, tartar, and some stains from the surface. We also keep an eye on your gum health and check for oral lesions.
The American Dental Association (ADA) believes that everyone should have two professional teeth cleanings a year for better health. Contact our office to make your dental cleaning appointment today.
Dental Cleanings Reviews
"I’ve been going here for years, and the care has not changed once. It’s been great every single time. I don’t have any issues with my teeth, so I’m usually in and out with my cleaning. Even waiting to be called back has never been very long, but it’s gotten even faster over the years. Everyone is very friendly, both on the phone and in person. It is always very clean, and they require masks and temperature checks for Covid. I’ve never had them tell me I need anything but my cleaning, and having my wisdom teeth out. Even with my wisdom teeth, I’ve never felt pressured to schedule, just advised it’s recommended and given a breakdown of the costs. My insurance covers most of the cleanings, and the most I’ve ever paid for a visit is $30. My mom also comes here and loves the care and low price. They do occasionally ask her if she wants Lumineers, but she’s never been pressed about it. Overall great place!"- J.B. / Yelp / Apr 09, 2021
"Made Ya Smile in Kingwood has always been terrific for me. They have removed wisdom teeth, completed an implant and finished simple cleanings. Always professional and able to maximize my insurance benefits to keep out of pocket expenses as low as possible. Thanks Made Ya Smile."- G.S. / Google / Aug 31, 2020
"Dr. Olsen, and the ladies of Made Ya Smile, always make me smile....really. I’ve been going for more than 5 years or more and they’ve always made me feel welcome, and address whatever concerns I’ve had. Today was just a cleaning, but got a warm greeting from all the folks there."- C.K. / Google / Aug 31, 2020
"Mandy is the best hygienist. The treatment was amazing. My husband and I drive 3 hours for our teeth cleaning. Dr. Olson and Bianca were awesome. So caring towards us. Love this office."- B.W. / Google / Aug 31, 2020
"Dr. Olsen, and the ladies of Made Ya Smile, always make me smile....really. I’ve been going for more than 5 years or more and they’ve always made me feel welcome, and address whatever concerns I’ve had. Today was just a cleaning, but got a warm greeting from all the folks there."- C.K. / Google / Mar 19, 2020
Who Should Have a Dental Cleaning?
Everyone needs to have their teeth cleaned. Even dentists have their teeth professionally cleaned. Since everyone has plaque and tartar on their teeth, the best way to get rid of it is to have it removed by a dental hygienist. You and your family will benefit from routine dental cleanings because it will help ward off tooth decay, gum disease, and expensive restorative treatments to repair the damage. Having your teeth cleaned regularly will help you have a dazzling smile, but the health of your teeth and gums is the most important aspect of why these cleanings need to take place.
What Happens During a Dental Cleaning?
At your Made Ya Smile Dental cleaning, we will do our best to make you comfortable throughout every aspect of the cleaning. Using sterile, state-of-the-art dental instruments, your hygienist will remove the plaque and tartar buildup off of your teeth. We will even floss your teeth, too. Then, we will polish your teeth with the hopes of removing some surface stains and give your teeth a nice smooth finish for you to enjoy. Children and adults may need fluoride treatments at the end of the cleaning. We do this at the end because the fluoride varnish must sit on the teeth for at least 30 minutes (with no eating or drinking allowed) so that it can be absorbed.
You will need to brush and floss twice a day in order to help protect your teeth and gums in between dental cleanings. If you would like to see a demonstration on how to get the most out of brushing and flossing your teeth, we can demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques.
How Often Do I Need A Dental Cleaning?
Your follow-up appointment is generally within the next six months. We will schedule your next cleaning visit before you leave your appointment.
Will Insurance Cover A Dental Cleaning?
Many dental insurance providers allow at least two preventive dental cleanings per calendar year. We advise all of our patients to take advantage of their dental visits (especially for their children). Our billing department can contact your insurance to determine what is and is not covered and what your out-of-pocket expenses will be for the cleaning. If you have a service that is not covered by your insurance, we take most major credit cards. You can also ask about our CareCredit® financing.
Schedule Your Professional Dental Cleaning
Feel fresh with teeth cleanings that reduce the need for costlier, more complex care in the future. When you have your teeth cleaned at least twice a year at Made Ya Smile Dental in Kingwood, TX, you and your family can reap the benefits of maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Book cleanings for you and your family with our dedicated team today.
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