Our professional dental cleaning will promote and restore the health of your teeth, leaving you with a sparkling smile.
Good oral hygiene will have a positive impact your overall oral health and confidence, but more importantly it will prevent the occurrence of bacterial infections, cavities and more complicated health issues. Daily tasks like brushing teeth and flossing are foundational essentials to prevent major dental issues, but a good, professional dental cleaning will ensure the removal of stubborn plaque that is mostly impossible to remove at home.
A visit to our offices will ensure that this routine procedure is a painless and effective experience, professionally performed by a trained oral hygienist to leave you with cleaner, healthier and happier teeth.
After a thorough examination to ensure there aren’t any major issues around your teeth and gums, they’ll start by cleaning and removing any excess layers of plaque from the tooth’s surface. Plaque builds up over time on our teeth and this hardened substance can cause major dental problems and infections. To finish off the treatment the hygienist will polish your teeth to leave them smooth and add protective dental treatment to strengthen and leave them shiny.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Bruxism is a condition where the excessive grinding of teeth and involuntary clenching of the jaw occurs. This mostly happens during the patient’s sleep but can also occur during daytime. It can have a variety of causes and some patients experience jaw pain, excessive tooth ache, headaches or dental problems because of it.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Dentists recommend a professional cleaning every 6 months to ensure good ongoing dental health.
A normal dental cleaning will not hurt at all. You might experience uncomfortable sensations or dull pain if there are areas with damaged or sensitive teeth, but these are also important signals to see how you can take corrective action to protect and care for those teeth.
Harmful bacteria can start to accumulate on the teeth. These will release destructive acids that can inflame gums and erode the enamel on your teeth which leads to conditions like tooth decay, discolouration, periodontal disease and even potential teeth loss.
Yes, the dentists will see you first to do a general check-up and ensure there aren’t any signs of decay or disease. They will then hand you over to a dental technician who specialises in the cleaning of teeth.