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Friday 08.00 to 16.30
Saturday 09:00 to 13.00
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Oral hygiene simply means the cleanliness and health of your mouth, teeth and gums. Good oral hygiene helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay and is a very important part of your overall general health.
Our Dental Hygienists not only carry out scale and polish treatments to ensure teeth are thoroughly cleaned, but also apply preventative materials to the teeth and gums, and advise on diet and individual home care regimes. They also carry out detailed and precise treatments to restore oral health for patients suffering from gum disease.
Our Dental Hygienists are an integral part of our dental team. Their services are often used alongside other specialised dental treatments, such as adding artificial teeth. This care not only helps to restore good oral health, but also advises on how to tailor a lifelong oral regime to your individual requirements following treatment, which can be followed at home. Regular repeat visits to the hygienist are then recommended to ensure good oral health is maintained and that treatments are successful, with a long life.
Yes, that's exactly what they are trained to do. By professionally removing the plaque and tartar from the teeth, and instructing how this can be maintained at home to prevent future build up, the risks from tooth decay and gum disease are reduced considerably.
Your hygienist will thoroughly clean and polish your teeth (scale and polish) removing
any plaque and tartar, and can apply fluoride as a preventative measure. They can
also apply anti-
Yes. Hygienists can polish children's teeth, apply fluoride gels and solutions to prevent decay, and seal the biting surfaces of the permanent back teeth with a plastic coating soon after the tooth comes through, as another preventative measure.
Treatments do not usually hurt. However, should you feel any discomfort, it is important to tell your hygienist as they can use anaesthetic creams or a local anaesthetic.
Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, cut down on how often you have sugary drinks and snacks, and visit your dentist regularly as recommended. A dental hygienist will show you the most effective way to clean your teeth with fluoride toothpaste, and also how to clean between with dental floss, tape or small brushes.