Guided Biofilm Therapy is an advanced dental treatment that focuses on removing dental plaque and biofilm, which are the leading causes of tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health issues. Unlike traditional cleaning methods, Guided Biofilm Therapy utilizes state-of-the-art technology and a systematic approach to ensure thorough and effective plaque removal, leaving your teeth and gums healthier than ever before.
During the first step of Guided Biofilm Therapy, your dentist will use a specialized device that sprays a mixture of air, water, and fine powder particles onto your teeth. This process, known as air polishing, effectively removes plaque, stains, and biofilm from the surfaces of your teeth, leaving them clean and smooth.
In the second step, your dentist will use an ultrasonic scaler to remove any remaining plaque and tartar from your teeth. The ultrasonic scaler uses high-frequency vibrations to break up and remove the hardened deposits, ensuring a thorough cleaning of your teeth and gums.
The final step of Guided Biofilm Therapy involves the use of laser therapy to target any remaining bacteria and promote gum healing. The laser emits a concentrated beam of light that kills bacteria and stimulates the regeneration of healthy gum tissue, reducing inflammation and promoting optimal oral health.
Guided Biofilm Therapy ensures the complete removal of plaque and biofilm from your teeth and gums, reducing the risk of cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. By eliminating these harmful substances, you can enjoy a healthier and more radiant smile.
Unlike traditional cleaning methods that may cause discomfort and sensitivity, Guided Biofilm Therapy is a gentle and comfortable treatment option. The air polishing and ultrasonic scaling techniques used in this treatment are less invasive, making it suitable for patients with sensitive teeth or gums.
By effectively removing plaque, tartar, and biofilm, Guided Biofilm Therapy can significantly improve your oral health. This treatment reduces the risk of gum disease, tooth decay, and bad breath, allowing you to maintain a beautiful and healthy smile for years to come.
Rinse them when you take them out and before putting them back in. Always store your dentures in their storage case when you aren’t wearing them. Don’t run your dentures under hot water, which can morph them out-of-shape. You need to brush your dentures with a soft-bristle toothbrush and denture cleaner twice a day and should soak them in it at night. Avoid eating excessively hard or sticky foods.
It will take some getting used to when you first get dentures. At first you may notice that you’re producing more saliva and sound louder than normal, have a restricted diet and find it difficult to pronounce certain sounds. Your gums may also feel sore and tender. All of this will subside within about a month but you will still need to be mindful of what you eat, take your time, and cut your food into smaller bites.