Dental Hygienist Treatments in South Croydon
Your dental health is an important aspect of your overall well-being, and dental hygiene plays a vital role in maintaining it. Neglecting your oral hygiene can lead to a range of issues, including tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. These problems not only affect your smile but can also have negative impacts on your confidence, social interactions, and even your physical health.
Regular dental hygiene treatments in Croydon with our skilled dentists and hygienists are essential to maintain good dental health and prevent dental problems from developing or progressing. During these appointments, your dental professional will thoroughly clean your teeth, removing any buildup of plaque and tartar – which is typically difficult to remove on your own. They will also check for any signs of dental issues and provide oral health care tips to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Dental hygiene appointments also give you the opportunity to receive professional guidance on maintaining proper oral hygiene practices and making healthy lifestyle choices to promote good oral health. Your dental professional can advise you on which dental products to use, how to floss correctly, and the importance of a balanced diet to support your oral health.
In summary, regular dental hygiene appointments are crucial for keeping your mouth healthy, preventing dental issues, and promoting overall well-being. Don’t neglect your oral health – schedule your next dental hygiene appointment today to ensure you maintain a healthy and confident smile.
If you’re looking for a dentist in Croydon to help prevent or treat gum disease and keep you in excellent oral health, please contact us on 0208 657 1291 or email email@example.com to make an appointment.
How Our Dental Hygiene in Croydon Treatments Can Help You
Beautiful, clean teeth and healthy gums are key to the way we look and feel about ourselves and how others see us. Even the best brushing and flossing routines cannot eliminate all traces of bacteria on our teeth and gums (plaque). Left on your teeth, these bacteria become hard tartar, which cannot be brushed off. This can lead to bad breath and bleeding gums, which are signs of gum disease. By scheduling regular check ups and oral hygiene treatments in addition to maintaining
Do your gums bleed when cleaning your teeth or eating? Have they become rather red and swollen? Healthy gums should be pink, firm and keep your teeth securely in place. Your gums should not bleed when you touch or brush them.
There are a number of reasons why your gums might bleed. But in many instances, swollen and bleeding gums are a sign of gum disease, which can lead to serious issues such as infections requiring a root canal, or even the loss of teeth.
It is important in any case of bleeding gums to seek advice from your dentist as soon as possible. We will check your teeth and gums, and possibly recommend regular hygiene cleans.
Bad breath is usually caused by:
- > The gases released by the bacteria that coat your teeth and gums
- > Smoking
- > Certain illnesses such as nasal and stomach conditions
- > Pieces of food that get caught between the teeth and on the tongue which can sometimes cause an unpleasant smell as they decay
So, regular brushing and flossing is very important to keep your breath smelling fresh. To book an appointment, contact us at our dental clinic in Croydon on 0208 657 1291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Teeth Cleaning for Stained Teeth
Do you suffer from stained teeth? Often these stains are caused by coffee, red wine, other foods and drinks or by smoking. Regular dental hygiene in Croydon appointments with our experts can help keep your teeth white by removing external stains and can be coupled with Air-flow Jet Polishing to give a long-lasting result and a brighter smile!
If you’d like to lighten the colour of your teeth further, you can also look into cosmetic treatments such as teeth whitening or composite bonding.
Please note: if you have an urgent dental issues such as dental pain, please visit our emergency dental care page or book an appointment with us on 0208 657 1291 or by emailing: email@example.com. Our highly trained, professional staff will be able to book your appointment for you as soon as possible (almost always within 24 hours).