Dental at MediaCityUK

Dental Hygiene Treatment

for cleaner teeth AND HEALTHY GUMS

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Dental hygiene treatment for healthy teeth & gums


Do your gums bleed when you brush your teeth?

Bleeding gums and other gum problems are something we take very seriously here at DentalatMediaCityUK.  Your gums are bone levels and the foundations of your teeth, and like a house if the foundations are not sturdy the teeth will become unsupported over time and fall out.

The fist signs of gum disease and bone disease is bleeding gums.  So its paramount we make sure your gums are kept in tip top shape.  Most people will suffer from gum disease at some point in their life, but the good news is that here at DentalatMediaCityUK we can provide you with pain free and maintable options to ensure that you are on top of you gum health.

We are proud to have Heather Thorman our Dental Hygenist who is highly experienced in helping us to maintain our patients gum health and oral hygiene.  To help make things a little easier we have a bespoke dental hygiene menu from which you can choose a clean which suits you best.

 
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What is dental hygiene treatment?

Your dentist will clean your teeth thoroughly to remove the scale. You’ll also be shown how to remove plaque successfully yourself, cleaning all surfaces of your teeth thoroughly and effectively. This may take a number of sessions with the dentist or hygienist.

Dental hygiene treatment is delivered by a dental hygienist/dentist who will help to remove any plaque from your teeth that may have built up in certain areas. Your teeth will be professionally cleaned with special equipment and pastes, this process is also known as scaling and polishing. An important aspect of the hygienist’s role is to show you how to look after your teeth so they remain free from plaque. You will be advised on the best brushing technique and given tips on flossing and using inter-dental brushes.

Dental hygiene treatment at DentalatMediaCityUK also forms part of treating gum disease and bad breath. If you have a bridge, denture, orthodontic treatment or a dental implant you will have specific hygiene needs that the hygienist will be able to assist you with.

It is recommend that you come in for regular hygiene appointments to ensure your mouth stays clean and healthy.

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Hygiene treatment options

Here at DentalatMediaCityUK, we offer a range of dental hygiene treatments to suit your needs and budget.

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Sparkle Clean

This clean will ensure all the unsightly visible stains are removed from your teeth. It is also designed to make sure gums are kept healthy as possible. An antibacterial polish is applied to the teeth at the end to put back the ‘SPARKLE ‘ into your smile.

Cost : £44.00

Membership plan: INCLUSIVE*

*(fee will apply if more than 2 cleans are claimed in one year)

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Diamond Clean

Not only will this clean all the visible stains on your teeth but all the none visible areas will be cleaned thoroughly using interdental brushes, floss or a water flosser. This will ensure all the difficult to reach areas are cleaned leaving your mouth fresh and clean to keep bad breath away. Your teeth will then get a final polish using a high gloss diamond paste. You will be also given advice on how best to maintain your healthy smile and what are the best aids to use, with a complimentary bag of tepe brushes.

Cost : £52.00

Membership plan: Upgrade for only £8.00

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Platinum Clean

This ultimate clean includes all of the above with the addition of a high powered air polish to help removed those stubborn dark stains. The air polish is available in several different flavours, leaving you with a refreshing feeling in your mouth. The air polish is then complemented with a final high gloss diamond polish leaving your teeth silky smooth.

This treatment is ideal for smokers who want to maintain a confident and stain free smile.
(Ideal for smokers who want to create a great impression for a special occasion or night out!)

Cost : £72.00

Membership plan: Upgrade for only £28.00

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Orthodontic Clean*

Hygiene treatments are essential. A regular oral hygiene routine becomes doubly important when wearing orthodontic braces. Without a high standard of hygiene during your orthodontic treatment, damage to the teeth and gums can occur due to a buildup of plaque and/or food substances. This treatment provides a thorough air polish and Tepe clean inbetween the brackets.

*Please note this treatment is only applicable to patients undergoing orthodontic treatment

Cost : £47.50

Membership plan: Upgrade for only £3.75

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Hygiene FAQs


An Apple a day keeps the dentist away... how true is that?

Good question... I can't say that statement is true these days. Fruit now a days is becoming increasingly sweeter due to genetic modification and though it is better than refined sugars, we would still recommend that you keep fruits to meal times where at all possible. If you do snack on fruits the the best thing to do is to rinse out with a fluoride based mouthwash or if nothing else some water to limit the damage from the sugars and the acidity. 

What is the cause of gum disease?

All gum disease is caused by plaque. Plaque is a film of bacteria which forms on the surface of the teeth and gums every day. Many of the bacteria in plaque are completely harmless, but there are some that have been shown to be the main cause of gum disease. To prevent and treat gum disease, you need to make sure you remove all the plaque from your teeth every day. This is done by brushing and flossing. Flossing is a technique which many patients find very difficult to carry out on a daily basis. Our friendly Hygienist will help you find easy and time saving ways for you to maintain your teeth.

What happens if gum disease is not treated?

Unfortunately, gum disease progresses painlessly on the whole so that you do notice the damage it is doing. However, the bacteria are sometimes more active and this makes your gums sore. This can lead to gum abscesses, and pus may ooze from around the teeth. Over a number of years, the bone supporting the teeth can be lost. If the disease is left untreated for a long time, treatment can become more difficult.

What our patients say...

I can testify to the excellent service and treatment I received. The dentist, Deepa Vakil and her team were extremely kind and considerate in determining the best treatment for me and very diligent in ensuring the highest quality of outcomes
— MRS MF, WELWYN GARDEN CITY
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