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What Can Our Dental Hygienist Do For You?

Most people lose their teeth due to gum disease rather than dental decay. It is sad that simple preventable conditions lead to undesired loss of teeth. Enrolling the services of a good dental hygienist will go a long way in keeping the tooth decay aloof. They will save your teeth by preventing and treating gum…

4 health consequences of missing teeth

Tooth decay or trauma can eventually lead to tooth loss. Restorative procedures like dental implants, bridges and dentures, are usually the best long-term solutions, however, the cost of such dental restorations may be daunting and prevent some people to opt for it. Many dental practitioners in London offer a wide variety of dental implant procedures,…

Why good oral hygiene helps you stay healthy?

Making sure your gums and teeth are healthy can be vital for your overall well-being. Research shows that there are clear links between periodontal disease and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and various nutritional deficiencies among others. Gum disease, if not prevented or treated, can lead to additional illnesses like stroke, diabetes and heart disease. Gum disease has even…

Tongue Cleansing

A tongue cleaner (also called a tongue scraper or tongue brush) is an oral hygiene device designed to clean the bacterial build-up, food debris, fungi, and dead cells from the surface of the tongue. 85% of bad breath originates in the mouth, most of which comes from the tongue. Stagnating plaque bacteria and food debris…

Proximal Brushing

The TePe Proximal brush comes in 7 sizes for cleaning different sized spaces. Click the brush open to insert the head and click down to secure. Insert the head from the inside surfaces or outside surface of the teeth. Use daily to remove plaque and food debris from between the teeth. The brush is particularly…

Compact Truft Brush

A Compact Tuft Brush or an end-tufted brush is a type of toothbrush used specifically for cleaning along the gumline adjacent to the teeth. The bristles are usually shaped in a pointed arrow pattern to allow closer adaptation to the gums. An end-tufted brush is ideal for cleaning specific difficult-to-reach areas, such as between crowns,…

Implant Cleaning

Your Implants can serve you for years if you keep your mouth healthy and take care of your Implants. Just like your natural teeth, you shoukd brush after every meal. Your dentist might have special instructions for the healing period after your implants are in place, but after that you will be able to brush…

Super Floss

Superfloss can be used ‘under’ bridges. First use the stiff end of the Superfloss to insert between the teeth. Pull the Superfloss through and then sweep under the pontic (false tooth). Pull through the normal floss and floss the abutments as usual.

Mini Flosser

Cleaning between the teeth is an essential part of a daily oral hygiene regime. Conventional flossing can be difficult especially when the teeth are very close together. The Miniflosser can help gain access to the interdental areas with floss. A Specially designed bite plane allows you to gently ease the floss between the teeth by…