Dental hygiene treatment is delivered by a specially trained dental hygienist who will help to remove any hard-to-reach plaque from your teeth that may have built up over time.
Your teeth and gums will be assessed to determine the amount of plaque removal you will need and risk factors will be highlighted.
Your teeth will be professionally cleaned with special equipment and pastes. This process is also known as scaling and polishing.
The hygienist's role is to show you how to look after your teeth so that they remain free from plaque in the future. You will be advised on the best tooth brushing technique and given tips on flossing and using interdental brushes.
Dental hygiene at our practice also functions preventatively to treat gum disease and bad breath. If you have a bridge, denture, orthodontic treatment or a dental implant you will have specific hygiene needs that the hygienist will be able to assist you with.
It is recommended that you come in for regular hygiene appointments to ensure your mouth stays clean and healthy.
Improving your overall oral health through education, treatment and experience.
We offer a choice of tooth whitening systems, both home whitening and in-surgery, which our hygienist will be delighted to discuss with you in more detail.
Our dental team can help you achieve fresh breath and a confident smile.
Gum disease and tooth decay can leave your breath less than fresh, damaging your confidence and self-esteem as well as reflecting poor oral health. At S10, we will always encourage you to attend regular dental health checks and hygienist appointments to ensure that your teeth and gums stay in the best possible health, leaving you with fresh breath and a confident smile.
If you have any questions at all about looking after your teeth, or if you want to find how you can make your breath fresher, our dentist or hygienist can give you lots of free oral health advice.
Our S10 membership plans are designed to keep you smiling and include regular hygiene sessions as part of the affordable monthly payment. We also use the latest products and equipment when caring for our patients. Treatment options such as veneers, crowns and clear orthodontics can be very effective at removing the spaces between your teeth where food can get trapped (a common cause of bad breath or halitosis).
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