Deep Cleanings in Las Vegas, NV
Scaling and root planing for your dental health.
What Is a Deep Cleaning?
A deep cleaning, also called scaling and root planing, is sometimes necessary to treat gingivitis or moderate to severe gum disease. If you have been away from the dentist for a while, bacteria may have spread beyond your gum line. This creates a deep space between your teeth and gums. These “pockets” are a sign of gum disease, and a deep cleaning is necessary to eliminate them and stop the spread of infection.
Benefits of Deep Cleanings at Providence Dental
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What to Expect During Your Deep Cleaning Appointment
Call or book online any day of the week, including Saturday and Sunday. We’ll schedule you for a deep cleaning treatment in Las Vegas, NV.
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How Much Does a Deep Cleaning Cost?
Providence Dental is in-network with most major PPO dental plans. Depending on your coverage, your deep cleaning may be covered in part or in full. We also offer flexible financing through SunbitOpens the website in the new window and CareCreditOpens the website in the new window.
Our office offers a complimentary benefits check and provides an estimated out-of-pocket cost before beginning treatment.
We’re investing in your care! We offer a $25 new patient special ($155* value, including an emergency exam and X-rays).
To help you smile now and pay over time, we offer access to flexible payment plans over 3, 6, or 12 months. Our team will help you get started so you can enjoy a beautiful smile without the financial headache.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Deep Cleanings
Do I really need a deep cleaning?
Your hygienist will only recommend scaling and root planing if it’s necessary for your oral health. Their diagnosis is based on the buildup of plaque and bacteria, the condition of your gums, and any history of gum disease.
How often should I get a deep cleaning?
Your hygienist may recommend periodontal maintenance following your dental cleaning. If you keep these appointments and maintain good oral health habits at home, you may eventually be able to resume dental cleanings at 6-month intervals. We do understand that our patients lead busy lives, so we’ll never judge you if you’re behind on your cleaning.
How can I prepare for a deep cleaning?
Brush your teeth before your appointment to remove food and plaque.
Why Choose Providence Dental?
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If you would like to book your deep cleaning, call now or book online.
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