Dental Hygiene and stain removal

Maintain good oral health and prevent dental issues with our professional dental hygiene services in Thames Ditton.

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✓ Comprehensive assessment of oral health issues

✓ Professional removal of stains, plaque, and tartar buildup

✓ Treat and prevent bleeding gums and bad breath

✓ Advice on teeth cleaning, flossing, and healthy eating

Maintain healthy teeth and gums with one visit every 6 months

SUITABLE FOR:
  • Individuals seeking to prevent oral diseases
  • Those experiencing bleeding gums, bad breath, or plaque buildup
  • Individuals committed to achieving a bright and healthy smile

What is dental hygiene?

Dental hygiene is an essential aspect of preventive dental care aimed at maintaining optimal oral health and preventing dental issues such as gum disease, bad breath, and tooth decay. Our skilled dental hygienists are trained to assess and treat various oral health issues, providing personalised care tailored to your specific needs.
Dental hygienist at Dr. Theodora Bravis' Thames Dental & Skin clinic in Thames Ditton, Surrey cleaning and removing stains

Our dental hygiene process

Oral Health Assessment

Our hygienists conduct a thorough assessment of your teeth, gums, and mouth and offer valuable guidance on maintaining optimal oral hygiene.

Professional-grade cleaning

Using advanced tools, we remove stubborn stains, plaque, and tartar and then scale and polish your teeth to leave them clean and shiny.

Advanced Treatments​

Options like air polishing and FLASH pearl treatment are available to restore whiteness. A follow-up visit may be recommended.

Don’t hide away, we’re here to help

Bleeding gums, often caused by plaque buildup, can lead to more serious issues such as periodontal disease if left untreated. Periodontal disease not only affects oral health but has also been linked to increased risks of coronary artery disease, stroke, and dementia. That’s why we emphasise the significance of attending regular oral hygiene appointments to prevent and address these issues promptly. Don’t be embarrassed by your lack of dental hygiene knowledge; we’ll provide you with a personalised care plan that fits your lifestyle.

Closeup of Dr. Theodora Bravis examining patient's mouth with dental mirror at Thames Dental & Skin clinic in Thames Ditton, Surrey

Our expertise

With advanced training in the treatment of gum disease and a focus on personalised care, our hygienists ensure that each patient receives tailored treatment plans to meet their specific needs effectively. At Thames, our team utilises state-of-the-art dental hygiene technology for thorough cleanings and assessments, ensuring safe and comfortable hygiene appointments conducted by our experienced staff. We prioritise the use of high-quality materials and meticulous attention to detail to guarantee thorough plaque and tartar removal, promoting optimal oral health for our valued patients.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you clean stained teeth?

Your dental hygienist at Thames can remove stubborn staining using ultrasonic cleaning equipment and professional stain-removing paste, providing significant improvements in the appearance of your teeth.

Why are my teeth turning brown in between?

Brown discoloration between teeth is often caused by a buildup of staining from foods and drinks such as tea, coffee, and red wine. Regular professional cleaning and polishing by your hygienist can effectively remove these stains.

Why are my teeth yellow when I brush them every day?

Yellowing of the teeth can occur due to surface staining or exposed internal tooth structure. Brushing harder may exacerbate the issue by wearing away tooth enamel. Consult your dentist to identify the cause and determine the appropriate treatment.

Will the treatment hurt?

Scaling and polishing procedures are typically pain-free. If you experience discomfort, your hygienist can provide anaesthesia or use topical numbing creams to ensure your comfort during the treatment.

Can a hygienist help prevent dental disease?

Yes, dental hygienists are trained to remove tartar deposits and provide guidance on preventive measures such as proper oral hygiene practices and dietary recommendations to reduce the risk of dental diseases.

What help is available for children?

Children can benefit from professional teeth cleaning, fluoride applications, and sealants to protect their teeth from decay. Dental hygienists also offer education and support to encourage healthy oral habits from a young age.

Ready to book a dental consultation?

Whether you're seeking to restore your smile, enhance your appearance, or maintain your oral health, Thames is your local partner in achieving your goals.

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