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A healthy mouth every 3-6 months.
Regular hygiene appointments to clean and polish your teeth are the cornerstones of any great smile and foundations of oral health. At St. Vincent Smile, we offer high quality hygiene therapy sessions, we will care
for your dental health in the most gentle, thorough and pleasant manner. Our hygienists will give you advice on how you can take care of your oral hygiene at home, by explaining proper tooth brushing and flossing techniques.
Our Dental Hygiene Treatments
You can now see the hygienist without having to see the dentist first!
Dental Hygienists Role
Dental hygienists educate patients on relevant oral health topics such as caring for your gums and teeth, dietary habits and health conditions.
CLEANING & PREVENTING
They remove calculus deposits and stains from your teeth and apply decay preventing agents and recommend products for home use.
They work with your dentist to plan
an oral health maintenance program, including assessment of your periodontal health, evaluation of
radiographs and review your medical history.
What is Airflow polishing?
Airflow polishing is an advanced version of a scaling and polish and a new hygiene treatment.
The Airflow polishing system shoots a high pressured blast of water, bicarbonate (available in many fresh flavours), air through
a small nozzle onto the surfaces of the teeth and has been proven to be an effective tool at removing stains and plaque.
Airflow polishing is also an ideal way of cleaning before procedures that require bonding and the use of sealants as it removes nearly 100% of bacteria.
It is an effective way of removing stains and discolourations caused by smoking or drinking red wine, tea or coffee as it whitens teeth thoroughly removing dental plaque.
This highly efficient technique improves patient comfort by polishing without direct contact, pressure, heat or noise. Air flow polishing is completely safe to use with dental implants, veneers, crowns and bridges.