Why dental hygiene is important?

A clean and healthy mouth will improve your appearance, help you to keep your teeth and give you fresh breath. Regular professional cleaning will help keep your mouth healthy and can prevent from gums diseases.

The procedure

Dental hygiene treatment includes professionally cleaning the teeth for you. This is usually called scaling and polishing. Although this treatment is not a tooth whitening therapy, air polishing will significantly improve tooth brightness and give you a noticeably sparkling fresh healthy mouth in an instant. Your visit will include:

  • remove soft plaque;
  • remove solid plaque or tartar;
  • stop the development of dental caries, gum and periodontal disease;
  • refresh the oral cavity.
  • reinforce the resilience of dental surfaces against colorants found in fruit, berries, vegetables and coloured drinks (red wine, coffee, tea etc.)



Did you know Periodontal Disease is the major cause of tooth loss in adults? Regular Oral hygiene helps to protect against gum disease

Benefits of the Therapy

  • Reduces risk of tooth decay, fewer fillings
  • Keep your teeth
  • Confidence – dazzling smile and fresh breath
  • Reduces risk of serious illness
  • Be luckier – in job interviews, in relationships, in self confidence
  • Save money – less complex and invasive treatment required due to prevention

How often the procedure should be performed?

The optimum level for professional oral hygiene is twice a year, every 6 month. If you have not followed the dental hygiene for a long time, more procedures may be needed.

Do I need dental hygiene if I have dental implants?

You need to care after dental implants in the same way as your own teeth. Unattended teeth can have irreversible consequences. One of the most common problems is peri-implantitis.

Peri-implant mucositis is the medical name for inflammation (redness and swelling) around the gums of the implant tooth – this is caused by bacteria that build up in the mouth. If the plaque isn’t removed and continues to break down, this is called peri-implantitis and your implant may be at risk of coming loose.

If you have an implant and you’re unsure of how to clean parts of the tooth, ask your dentist or hygienist for guidance. There are lots of designs of implants, and sometimes it can be helpful to see a radiograph of the implant to find out where the ‘gaps’ are and where bacteria may build up.

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