InfoJanuary 26, 2015 · Health
Dental Professionals Can Clean Black Triangles in your Teeth
Ever notice those yucky black triangles forming in between the teeth? Kiss them goodbye thanks to new technology offered by Dr. Pat Crawford who can clean those pesky black triangles away.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
KENOSHA, Wis. -- Patients should avoid black triangle disorder, which is difficult to clean, by consulting a dental professional, according to new research by Dr. Pat Crawford.
He has released information about the importance of cleaning the black triangles in the mouth. Black triangles refer to the area in the mouth that separates two teeth from the gums. That small area is often overlooked, but it needs to be cleaned properly to avoid future damage.
“The biggest concern with black triangles include the area near the lower and upper incisors. It’s in these areas that gingival embrasures can occur, causing even further dental problems,” said Dr. Crawford. “To avoid this, patients must get assistance with cleaning these areas of their teeth.”
When working with a dental professional, the patient will have the option for progressive slenderizing, which will help with black triangles. Progressive slenderizing can be done on all of the teeth while posterior slenderizing can be done on molars and premolars, and anterior slenderizing can be done on canines and incisors.
During the slenderizing process, enamel will be stripped from the natural tooth.This will help to avoid leaving rough surfaces on the tooth, which would otherwise be uncomfortable for the patient. Dentists can consider polishing the tooth to get an even smoother surface.
After patients have had their teeth slenderized, they should consider cast retainers. These caster retainers will help to position the teeth and add support to their structure. This will help to keep the teeth safe after the treatment, which will help to ensure lasting beneficial oral health for the patient.
In addition to cast retainers, patients should also be sure to use a toothpaste at home that has high levels of fluoride content. Fluoride will help to build the enamel of the tooth, adding strength and stability. Though the dentist may be able to assist the patient while in office, using fluoride at home will help the patient have even stronger teeth over time.
To learn more about black triangles, patients and dentists are encouraged to join Dr. Crawford’s Google Hangout on the topic on Jan. 24. To learn more, be sure to take part in this G+ event that will be incredibly rewarding for your oral health.
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