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EMS Airflow

EMS Airflow

At Dentist By The Park Bentleigh, we’re proud to offer the latest in dental cleaning technology: EMS airflow guided biofilm therapy (GBT). If you’re looking for a more comfortable and efficient way to clean your teeth, you’ve come to the right place. 

Our EMS airflow GBT technique uses a gentle stream of air, water, and fine powder particles to remove plaque and biofilm from your teeth quickly and effectively. Unlike traditional ultrasonic scalers, our technique is less likely to cause discomfort or damage to your teeth, and it can even help remove stubborn stains for a brighter, more confident smile. 

Don’t wait any longer to achieve the healthy, beautiful smile you deserve. Book your appointment today and discover the benefits of EMS airflow GBT for yourself. And if you have any questions about the procedure or our clinic, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re always here to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

EMS airflow GBT is a dental cleaning technique that uses a gentle stream of air, water, and fine powder particles to remove plaque and biofilm from the teeth quickly and effectively.

Yes, EMS airflow GBT is safe and gentle for most patients. The technique is less likely to cause discomfort or damage to the teeth compared to traditional ultrasonic scalers.

The length of an EMS airflow GBT treatment can vary depending on the individual patient and the extent of the cleaning needed. However, the technique is often faster than traditional ultrasonic cleaning, meaning that patients can spend less time in the dentist’s chair.

Yes, the sodium bicarbonate powder used in EMS airflow GBT is highly effective at removing stains from teeth, resulting in a brighter and more confident smile.

The frequency of EMS airflow GBT treatments can vary depending on the individual patient’s needs and oral health. Your dentist can recommend a treatment schedule that is appropriate for you.

EMS airflow GBT is included in our routine cleaning service. The ADA code for dental cleans is 114 – Removal of Calculus. There is no extra charge for the EMS Airflow. Coverage for the 114 code can vary depending on your individual plan. It’s best to check with your insurance provider to see what your plan covers.

When cold water is used during dental cleanings, it can cause discomfort or sensitivity for patients who have sensitive teeth. However, warm water can help to reduce this discomfort by minimizing the temperature difference between the water used for cleaning and the temperature of the patient’s teeth.

The warm water function for the EMS airflow system is an additional feature that allows warm water to be used during the cleaning process. This warm water can help to minimize discomfort and sensitivity for patients with sensitive teeth during the cleaning procedure.

EMS airflow GBT is a dental cleaning technique that uses a gentle stream of air, water, and fine powder particles to remove plaque and biofilm from the teeth quickly and effectively.

Yes, EMS airflow GBT is safe and gentle for most patients. The technique is less likely to cause discomfort or damage to the teeth compared to traditional ultrasonic scalers.

The length of an EMS airflow GBT treatment can vary depending on the individual patient and the extent of the cleaning needed. However, the technique is often faster than traditional ultrasonic cleaning, meaning that patients can spend less time in the dentist’s chair.

Yes, the sodium bicarbonate powder used in EMS airflow GBT is highly effective at removing stains from teeth, resulting in a brighter and more confident smile.

The frequency of EMS airflow GBT treatments can vary depending on the individual patient’s needs and oral health. Your dentist can recommend a treatment schedule that is appropriate for you.

EMS airflow GBT is included in our routine cleaning service. The ADA code for dental cleans is 114 – Removal of Calculus. There is no extra charge for the EMS Airflow. Coverage for the 114 code can vary depending on your individual plan. It’s best to check with your insurance provider to see what your plan covers.

When cold water is used during dental cleanings, it can cause discomfort or sensitivity for patients who have sensitive teeth. However, warm water can help to reduce this discomfort by minimizing the temperature difference between the water used for cleaning and the temperature of the patient’s teeth.

The warm water function for the EMS airflow system is an additional feature that allows warm water to be used during the cleaning process. This warm water can help to minimize discomfort and sensitivity for patients with sensitive teeth during the cleaning procedure.