Hygiene Services

Our dental therapist, Sara, will help keep your teeth wonderfully clean, as well as sharing her knowledge so you can develop an effective dental care strategy at home. An experienced and qualified member of our team, she also adopts a gentle approach so all her treatments are carried out efficiently with your comfort in mind.

One of the services she provides is to spruce up your teeth with a ‘scale and polish’- removing stubborn tartar and plaque, as well as leaving them feeling extra clean. She will also check for signs of gum disease as this tooth threatening condition can cause serious damage and often goes unnoticed.

Oral Health and Hygiene

Sara will teach you how to keep on top of your dental hygiene with techniques and advice about how to use dental tools, such as floss and interdental brushes. She will also make sure you know which foods are kind to your teeth and which more harmful snacks to avoid.

She can protect teeth by applying fissure sealants, helping to shield them from bacteria – an ideal treatment for younger teeth when they first start to emerge. In fact, it is a good idea to introduce your children to Sara from an early age so they can develop lifelong tooth care skills.

Regularly visiting our qualified therapist will help ensure the continued health of your teeth and gums, as well as protecting your overall well-being because poor gum health has been linked to more serious conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.


Frequently Asked Questions

A dental hygienist is a licensed oral healthcare professional who specialises in focused on providing preventive care to help maintain good oral health. They provide services such as teeth cleaning, gum disease treatment, fluoride treatments, and oral cancer screenings.
AA Hygienist can help prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental problems by removing plaque and tartar build-up. This in turn can help to freshen breath, improve the appearance of teeth, and help improve your overall health.
It is generally recommended that you visit a dental hygienist every six months for a routine cleaning and check-up. However, your hygienist may recommend more frequent visits if you have certain oral health issues.
Yes, dental hygienists work closely with dentists to provide comprehensive oral healthcare. They often work as part of a team to develop treatment plans for patients.