Professional Dental Cleanings for Basalt and Aspen

Many people cringe at the idea of a dental cleaning. You hear strange sounds, your gums are being pricked at, and your jaw is uncomfortably positioned. But in actuality, teeth cleanings are simple and completely painless. They’re especially important for determining potential oral health concerns so we can work to resolve them. 

A dental cleaning in our office consists of diagnostic, preventative, and educational services. What do these features mean? Let’s break it down.

The first step involves diagnostic services. We’ll review your medical history and discuss the impact of proper oral health. Then we’ll thoroughly examine your teeth and gums, and take dental x-rays to evaluate your oral health. A screening with OralID will also ensue to screen for oral cancer using fluorescence technology.

Following, the next step is to remove any plaque or tartar found between your teeth or around your gum line. We will clean, floss, and rinse your teeth to remove stains and help you get those pearly whites. Typically, we will also apply a fluoride-free treatment to protect your teeth against future cavities.

And lastly, we’ll give you recommendations to improve your at-home dental care. This includes instructions for brushing and flossing, along with counsel for follow-up oral hygiene treatment.


Focus on Natural Oral Care

As a mercury and fluoride-free practice, Elevate Dental Wellness offers natural remedies as a safe alternative to improve our patients’ oral health. Our ideology embraces the natural healing effects and soothing properties of using a holistic approach.

We provide biocompatible materials for safe and effective remedies. Our practice gives precedence to giving our patients an alternative for oral hygiene that doesn’t involve chemicals or additives found in other products.


Schedule Your Dental Cleaning Today

At Elevate Dental Wellness, we prioritize your oral health and want to help restore those sparkling teeth. It’s important to schedule regular cleanings before plaque and tartar get in the way. Schedule your appointment today by filling out a contact form or giving us a call at (970) 279-5647.