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Hygiene & Check-up FAQs

How often should I get my teeth cleaned?

By and large, we recommend getting a check-up every six months. However, no two mouths are alike! At Beam St., should you require more frequent visits to either maintain or improve your oral hygiene, our team members will inform you of our recommendations and you can take it from there. The best part? Your insurance generally covers cleanings twice a year or every six months. And if you’re not sure how many cleanings you are covered for, we can help you out!

Does it hurt?

With our advanced technology and instruments, your hygiene appointment will be extremely pleasant. Our equipment allows for us to give you a superior treatment by cleaning in-between your teeth gently and thoroughly.

How do I know I am due for a cleaning?

Healthy gums are pink and do not typically bleed when brushing or flossing your teeth. We’ll use a ruler to measure the condition of your gums and determine your overall status as normal or healthy. When your gums are puffy and reddish, this is a sign that your gums are inflamed or swollen due to irritants like food debris and plaque that have not been removed from surfaces of your teeth. One telltale sign you will see is generalized bleeding. Not to worry! This is gingivitis and a thorough cleaning can reverse this.

Why Beam St Hygiene?

At Beam Street, our highly accredited team will provide you with the exceptional treatment you deserve. Each team member is trained to deliver a personalized experience so all you have to do is sit back and relax. Plus, before any whitening appointments and after every hygiene appointment, you will get your teeth esthetically polished so you’ll feel good and look good.

The Beam Street Promise

Going to the dentist should be as relaxing and routine as getting a haircut. That’s why Beam Street is changing the way you take care of your oral health with accessible pricing, convenient booking, and a comfortable experience. So when you walk out of our space, you’ll never stop smiling.