Dental Hygiene Services for clean teeth, healthy gums and a brighter Smile …
Benefit from having your teeth professionally cleaned by our experienced female Dentist, with our Dental Nurse assisting to ensure your comfort throughout your visit. Professional cleanings involve removal of plaque and tartar from those hard to reach places, helping to prevent gum disease and cavities. We also aim to remove tooth stains to help give you a whiter smile. Call us to book your dental hygiene appointment at our nearby modern dental clinic in Perivale Ealing, West London.
Gum (periodontal) disease and tooth decay is one of the commonest global diseases and the major cause of tooth loss, with most people having some form of gum disease.
- Bleeding gums while brushing or flossing
- Red or swollen gums
- Bad breath
- Unpleasant taste in mouth
- Loose teeth
- Teeth that have moved position
Gum disease can often be controlled by good daily oral hygiene, a homecare prevention programme and a regular professional cleaning (Scale and Polish). Plaque & tartar is a major cause of gum disease. A professional cleaning can not only remove plaque and tartar to help to achieve healthy gums, but also most external staining from your teeth to help give a much cleaner, brighter smile.
- we maximise your comfort during the procedure as you will have both our Dentist and Dental Nurse at your side, unlike most appointments with a dental hygienist where the hygienist is often alone.
- we assess the condition of your gums looking for inflammation, bleeding, plaque and tartar.
- carry out a professional cleaning which includes a scale and polish to remove plaque, tartar and stains.
- advice you on a daily oral hygiene homecare routine and oral health products to help you maintain good plaque control and minimise future tartar build up.
- you receive a complimentary bag of toothpastes to take away.
- Clean your teeth twice a day, morning and night, spending a few minutes.
- Brushing with an electric (power) toothbrush will allow maximum effect.
- Clean in between your teeth using floss or interdental brushes.
- Clean your tongue with a toothbrush or tongue cleaner.
- Replace your toothbrush every 3 months.
- Remember to have your teeth professionally cleaned regularly to maintain your smile.
More about Gum Disease …
The main cause of gum (periodontal) disease is plaque, but a number of other factors affect the health of our gums. These include smoking/tobacco use, genetics, age, stress, medications and systemic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Our mouth is also the gateway to our body. Good oral health is integral to good general health.
Recent research studies show gum disease can put us at a higher risk to general health problems such as heart disease. How is this so ? There are hundreds of bacteria that inhabit our mouths. One theory is that gum disease allows these bacteria to enter the bloodstream and circulate around the body allowing them to settle in the heart blood vessels.
Research has also shown some links between gum disease and stroke, respiratory disease, head and neck cancer, kidney disease and diabetes.
The most common treatments are a Routine Cleaning for £49, or an Intensive Cleaning from £87.
To book your dental hygiene appointment … please call 020 8997 0006 or submit online appointment request form
“ Felt very comfortable.
No pain in having teeth cleaned, which made quite a difference.”
“ Lovely person to make me feel at ease.
Thank you. ”
“ My appointment was very helpful and informative.
The service and hygiene treatment was excellent
Thank you to the great staff ! ”
“ Fantastic experience, ensuring a quality job has been undertaken whilst
also always making sure my comfort.
Excellent job ! ”
“ Lovely staff and lovely clean teeth afterwards !! ”