Dental Hygiene

White and healthy teeth are now the key to the way we feel about ourselves.

We brush our teeth, we floss our teeth but despite best efforts at home, sometimes this is not enough and professional intervention is required.

Our friendly and modern clinic can provide you with a highly skilled, top-rated dental hygienist in London to assess your teeth and determine what care you need including removing visible hard deposits and staining.

With direct access to dental hygiene at Oliver Aesthetics London it won’t be difficult. You can now book an appointment directly with our dental hygienist in our cosmetic dental clinic in London without the need to see a dentist.

Regular dental hygiene appointments give your dental hygienist the chance to talk to you about your dental hygiene routine and what measures you could be taking to improve your oral healthcare.

Direct Access Hygiene makes it easily accessible to everyone.

Benefits of regular hygiene appointments:

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  • Reduce bad breath
  • Prevent future expensive treatments
  • Improved oral health
  • See excellent results in one session
  • Teeth feel and look healthy

Dental Hygiene – Why is it so important?

Our dental hygiene services include ultrasonic scale and polish and stain removal treatment also known as ‘air-flow’ or ‘sand blasting’. A professional cleaning with our dental hygienist will remove plaque and tartar build up as well as superficial stains which can be caused by consumption of tea and coffee or by smoking.

Our hygienist is available at our London Clinic from 9.00am until 6pm every Tuesday and Thursday.

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Maintaining a good oral hygiene is a critical step in preventing gum disease, periodontal disease and even a tooth decay. Even when you have the most diligent oral hygiene routine, there are some places that your toothbrush and dental floss cannot reach effectively. Bacteria builds up in these areas which is a main cause of gum inflammation, irritation and bleeding.

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If not removed professionally by a dental hygienist it can lead to gum disease. Both gum disease and tooth decay are leading causes of tooth loss. Not many of us know that poor oral hygiene can be often associated with heart conditions and diabetes as well.

By visiting our dental hygienist regularly every 3 – 6 months, you can help prevent build up of bacteria and keep your mouth in great health.

We always recommend our patients to see a dental hygienist before undergoing cosmetic dental procedures like porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, composite bonding and other types of smile makeovers. This ensures amazing smile results and provides you with the best dental care from the very start.

If it has been a while since you last saw a hygienist, it is never to late to start your hygiene journey. Our direct access means you can visit our hygienist straight away without having to see your dentist first.

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Ultrasonic Teeth Scaling

Our state of the art Ultrasonic teeth scaling equipment uses a incredibly fast rate of ultrasonic vibrations to remove the plaque and tartar from your teeth in a effective and painless treatment. At the same time the ultrasonic scaler also sprays water as it vibrates to aid in knocking plaque and tartar off.

The ultrasonic scaling tool has a very small tip size, which enables our hygienist to dislodge build-up from the smallest areas of your mouth. Even better – it doesn’t make any unpleasant scraping noise!

When the plaque and tartar have been removed, it is time for polishing. Teeth polishing removes stains from your teeth, making them shiny and bright giving you a natural healthy looking smile.

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What is dental hygiene, and why is it important for overall health?

Dental hygiene is keeping your mouth and teeth clean and free of disease and other problems by regular brushing and flossing. It is crucial to maintain proper oral care to ensure good health and well-being. Poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems such as gum disease, infection, and even heart disease. 

How often should I brush and floss my teeth, and what products should I use?

Its recommended to brush twice a day with fluoride toothpaste for two minutes each time. Flossing is just as important as brushing and is one of the best ways to remove plaque from between your teeth.

What are the common dental problems?

Tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath, sensitive teeth & receding gums are some of the most common dental problems.

When should I visit a dentist or dental hygienist in London?

You should visit regularly every 3 – 6 months, to help prevent build up of bacteria and keep your mouth in great health.