Dental Hygiene

Good dental hygiene plays a significant role in your oral health.

In addition to maintaining a proper home care routine by brushing and flossing your teeth, scheduling regular check-ups with your hygienist will provide you have a healthier mouth. Our professionals are here to help you.

Should I see a hygienist?

If your gums bleed while brushing your teeth, or you are experiencing persistent bad breath, these conditions may indicate a problem.

Seeing a hygienist can reduce the risk of gum disease, tooth decay and dental plaque build-up. Your hygienist will remove plaque from the surface of your teeth, as well as help you learn better oral hygiene strategies and give you balanced nutritional advice.

How often should I see a hygienist?

Most patients benefit from a six-monthly hygienist visit. If extra care is required, we will schedule your appointments to address your oral health needs. Contact us today to request an appointment

How to avoid decay and gum disease?

Maintaining good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing your teeth will provide a healthier mouth, but eating and drinking habits can also influence the state of your teeth and gums. Here are easy steps you can introduce to your daily life to improve your smile and breath:

  • Brushing thoroughly twice a day
  • Flossing daily
  • Eating a balanced diet
  • Limiting sugary foods and drinks
  • Rinsing with a mouthwash

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