Dental hygienists are well-trained to work with the dentist in providing quality care to their patients. They have a crucial role in improving your dental health condition by looking after gums as well as your teeth, through proper care and applying preventive materials on your teeth and gums. The hygienist also gives advice on your diet and how to prevent dental decay. They will work with your dentist to provide the needed care for your oral health.
Our dental hygienists will thoroughly clean your mouth to remove the plague and tartar that has build-up where a toothbrush cannot reach properly. This will enable you to prevent tooth cavities, gum disease and gingivitis. Severe gum disease can be the reason for nearly one-third of tooth loss in adults. It is important to get your teeth cleaned by the dental experts at least two times in a year.
Our dental hygienist, at our dental clinic in Wimbledon, will improve your oral health by providing brighter and whiter smile. Your teeth will be cleaned by using pastes and special equipments and the process is popularly called scaling and polishing. The hygienist will show you how to take care of your teeth to keep them free from plaque. They will advise you on the right brushing technique and effective tips on using interdental brushes and flossing.
We ensure quality hygiene services for healthy and stronger teeth. Our hygienists in Wimbledon give their valuable advice on oral care, perform mouth cleanings, remove stains and detect any signs of dental problems such as gum disease and plague become they turn serious.
Scale and polish
Proper mouth cleaning for treating gum disease
Stain removal of smokers
The formation of bacteria and tartar on your teeth may lead to gum disease. It has been estimated that gum disease affects more than half of the adults in the UK. The most common one is a mild gum disease known as gingivitis, where bacteria causes inflammation of the gums and becomes red and swollen and then bleeds quickly.
If gingivitis is not treated on time, it can lead to periodontitis where gums pull out from your teeth and form spaces that may get infected .However if periodontitis is ignored, the bones, tissue and gums that support the teeth can get destroyed. The teeth might become loose in due course and need to be removed.
Orthodontic patients should go for routine hygiene visits to take care of their teeth and gums while wearing braces.
130 Merton High St, Wimbledon,
London SW19 1BA, UK