How Often Should I Visit the Dentist for a Teeth Cleaning?

You’re home oral hygiene regimen is fairly reliable: brushing twice a day and the occasional floss. You know that regular dental checkups are an added preventative measure to maintain good oral health, so what is the optimal number of times a year you should visit the dentist for a professional teeth cleaning?

At Adler Advanced Dentistry, we recommend that you visit our Boulder dental office twice yearly, or every six months, for a regular teeth cleaning as well as a general dentistry exam. Through holistic, high-tech teeth cleanings, our highly trained and experienced team will help you achieve not only clean teeth, but also protection that helps you maintain optimal levels of oral health for years to come.

Boulder Teeth Cleaning - How often should I Visit the Dentist? During your teeth cleaning visit, we will use state-of-the-art technology and holistic dentistry principles in order to ensure the best possible results. Some of the innovative techniques we use to help you achieve optimum oral health include:

  • Laser reduction of bacteria
  • Microsonic/Ultrasonic Scaling
  • Oral probiotics specific for teeth and gums 
  • Velscope oral cancer screening 

Dr. Adler will individualize your treatment to best fit your unique oral health needs.

Remember, maintaining clean and healthy teeth doesn’t just take place when you visit Dr. Adler’s office. There are also strategies to implement in your day-to-day life to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Be sure to:

  • Brush twice per day
  • Floss once per day
  • Use a Waterpik® frequently to aid in bacteria removal
  • Follow a healthy, balanced and nutritious diet full of organic meats, vegetables and healthy fats

Please contact Adler Advanced Dentistry using the form on this page or call today to schedule a teeth cleaning at our Boulder, Colorado office.


Tuesday: 8 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 5 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM – 1 PM and 2 PM – 6 PM
Thursday & Friday: 8 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 5 PM

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