Your hygiene appointment will include:
Most patients book bi-annual dental hygiene appointments. This enables your hygienist and dentist to identify any potential issues and address them before they become more invasive and expensive dental problems.
However, you may need more frequent dental cleanings if you have signs of gum disease, are pregnant or are undergoing orthodontic treatment.
It’s never too early to encourage a good oral hygiene routine for your children. If your child has staining or tartar build up, your dentist may advise a hygiene appointment. We always tailor these appointments to your child’s needs; it’s also a great way of acclimatising your child to the dental environment.
Maintaining the health of your gums is vital to your oral and overall health. Without healthy gums, your teeth can be lost prematurely.Back to treatments
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Surbiton Dental 395 Ewell Road Tolworth Surbiton Surrey KT6 7DG