Teeth whitening is the most popular way to improve the look of your teeth today. The whitening process involves removing stains and any discoloration on the teeth. Whitening one's teeth does have a significant effect on one's smile.
As an oral hygienist we stress the importance of good and effective daily oral care to patients. In today's modern society with fast foods and binge eating, the health of your mouth is more important than ever. A failure in good oral care, will eventually lead to bodily sickness and ill health.
Teeth cleaning involves the physical removal of tartar and plaque from the teeth. This removal prevents gum disease such as gingivitis and teeth from decaying resulting in cavities or tooth loss.
The oral hygienist role in implant maintenance is an important one. Ensuring that the patient's overall health is not affected and that the implant itself is not inflammed or that implants do not fail due to bacterial infections. As with any prosthetic, regular implant checkups should ensure its longevity.
This is a sub-gingival (well below gum level) cleaning. Hard deposits are removed under the gum not able to be seen with naked eye.
Probing and flushing of all implant areas with general scaling, polish and a flouride treatment.
This is a routine regular enamel scaling and polishing removing surface stains with a flouride treatment. A Deep Cleaning is also available.
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