Our dental hygiene team is here to help you take care of your oral health. Visit the hygienist every 3-6 months to avoid plaque and tartar buildup and take control of gum disease. Maintaining good oral hygiene helps prevent gum disease and ensures the longevity of your dental restorations.
Dental hygienists are professionals who work to minimise, prevent, and treat gum disease through various specialised techniques. As well as working directly with patients, dental hygienists may also carry out preventive or educational programs in schools and community groups.
Visiting your dental hygienist/therapist is important because it helps to minimise the risk of common dental health problems such as gum disease and tooth decay. You’ll enjoy a deep cleaning that removes surface staining and leaves your mouth feeling fresh and clean. Also, if you suffer from staining or bad breath, a dental hygienist deep cleaning can help.
The dental hygienist’s role is to keep your teeth healthy and clean. The central role of the dental hygienist is to: