Professional dental hygiene is the way how to preserve your natural teeth as long as possible.

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You have certainly come across the term dental hygiene. It is a preventive and curative dental treatment which removes tartar and colour pigmentation from the tooth surface.It plays a very important role either if you suffer from periodontitis or you are going for a dental examination. It also plays a key role in preventative dental care.

A beautiful smile comes with a regular cleaning

Food, coffee or tea consumption and smoking can lead to tartar formation and colour pigmentation. Therefore, we recommend experiencing a dental cleaning twice a year, or our dentist may suggest more frequent visits. Dental hygiene is not a painful procedure if patients take appropriate and regular care of their teeth. The pain originates only with inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) or sensitive tooth necks. Our dental hygiene experts take on a role similar to a dental examination and if they identify a problem in your mouth, they will immediately refer you to a dentist’s office.

Smile as a reflection of your healt

Although dental hygiene is mainly a preventative dental procedure, it also decreases the formation of bacteria and creates a natural and healthy environment in the oral cavity. A regular dental cleaning can help patients to prevent gingivitis and periodontitis, and it also contributes significantly to a patient’s overall comfort.

What does dental hygiene look like?

  • Our hygienist will begin with an initial oral hygiene assessment to check the overall state of your teeth. Based on your oral condition, the hygienist will assess your home care routine and is ready to discuss any issues.
  • The length of the procedure is different for each patient. On average, the procedure can take between 30-60 minutes. This depends on the condition of your teeth.
  • Our specialist will remove tartar and plaque layers from the tooth surface using an ultrasound device. The next procedure is airflow polishing which uses a jet of high-pressure water, air and fine powder particles in order to remove the remaining pigmentation from the surface of teeth. The final step is the application of fluoride gel which effectively supports tooth enamel.
  • If you have any questions about further dental care during the examination, the dental hygienist is at your disposal. Our hygienist will be able to recommend dental aids suitable for you and show you the right technique for teeth cleaning and interdental spaces.

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