Poor oral hygiene can cause bleeding gums, bad breadth, gum disease and tooth decay which in turn can lead to dental infection and other general health problems.
This can become even more important when you have crowns, bridges, implants and other dental work in your mouth as good oral hygiene will increase the longevity of your dental work and reduce the risk of possible issues. Hence it very important to maintain good oral hygiene. This can be achieved by keeping your teeth clean by brushing and flossing them daily and also by seeing the hygienist regularly.
Our dedicated and experienced hygienist team are here to provide professional cleaning (scaling) of your teeth. They will also be able to instruct in ways to clean your teeth and forming a bespoke oral hygiene regime for you to follow between visits.