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Dental Cleanings with GBT Airflow

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WHY DO WE USE GBT?

A visit to the dentist is often still associated with pain and a lot of fear. This is also true with professional tooth cleaning. Unfortunately, this old fashion method has not changed much since 1960. Most practitioners continue to use sharp instruments to scrape deep below the gumline on the roots of teeth. Also, abrasive “polishing paste” is not needed anymore, thus preventing loss of tooth structure.

GUIDED BIOFILM THERAPY removes biofilm, discolorations and calculus completely. GBT uses innovative technologies while being gentle on the tooth surfaces and gums. GBT is a clinical protocol which guarantees consistent treatment of high quality. GBT is the result of years of clinical research by Switzerland’s EMS conducted in conjunction with leading experts. GBT is based on 8 treatment steps. GBT uses the proven AIRFLOW®, PERIOFLOW® and PIEZON® NO PAIN methods to remove biofilm in a minimally invasive manner. GBT is a PAINLESS, fast, and SAFE method that helps you keep your teeth healthy. GBT also supports your overall health for a lifetime.

WHAT IS BIOFILM?

The bacteria in oral biofilm damage the teeth and the supporting structures such as the gums and bone that hold the teeth in place. But there is more: bacteria also find their way deeper into the body and may cause serious diseases over time. Studies have found that oral biofilm may lead to diabetes as well as cardiovascular and other common diseases. In addition, biofilm calcifies to become what’s commonly known as tartar. Dental biofilm is insidious. PATHOGENIC BIOFILM BACTERIA MAGNIFIED 2000X You can’t see it. You can’t smell it. You can’t feel it. But it is the main cause of tooth decay (caries), gum disease (periodontitis) and even tooth loss. GUIDED BIOFILM THERAPY from EMS identifies biofilm and thoroughly removes it.

BIOFILM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  • Cavities, bad breath, tooth loss, implant loss
  • Gingivitis = gum bleeding
  • Periodontal disease = gum infections, receding gums

EXPIERENCE THE DIFFERENCE

 

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