Hygienist Services

Maintain your smile and oral health with our expert professional teeth cleaning

Our aim is to prevent and treat gum disease, which is now one of the leading causes of tooth loss in adults. By including regular professional teeth cleaning in your oral routine, you can help to prevent gum disease and tooth decay.

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At a Glance


From £60

+£50 extra 30 mins


from 30 minutes

session can last 60 minutes if you choose to


No Injection Needed

Sessions include no pain whatsoever


Permanent Results

Routine hygiene sessions will lead to good oral health for the rest of your life!


6 Months

We recommend hygienist services twice a year



Hygiene Services are a no brainer…

Caring for your teeth and oral health should be a priority. The best way to reduce decay and gum disease is to practice regular dental hygiene and attend dentist check-up appointments. This is called ‘preventative dentistry’, which means catching any potential issues before they develop, reducing the amount of treatment – avoiding more extensive treatments. Caring for your teeth avoids serious problems and aids in a healthy and confident smile.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why do I need regular hygiene services?

    Regular visits to your hygienist puts you in the best position for detecting any oral health problems before they become symptomatic or require treatment.
    Hygienists are trained to thoroughly clean your teeth and gums. Even the best electric toothbrush can’t reach every part of your mouth, and a hygienist can get to those hard-to-reach places to provide a professional deep clean.

  • What will happen during my Hygienist session?

    An appointment with our experienced hygienist will involve an initial oral hygiene check up, followed by a ‘scaling’ procedure. This is where any build up of harmful plaque and tartar is carefully and gently removed from the surface of your teeth and around the gum line using scalers and curettes. Hand-held mirrors help our hygienist to spot those missed areas and pinpoint plaque build up. Following a good clean and analysis of overall gum health, they will give your teeth a shine and polish with a gentle, quiet air polisher to remove any superficial stains.

  • How often should I see the hygienist?

    The general consensus is that six monthly appointments are sufficient for most people, providing that you otherwise take good care of your teeth. There are numerous people though who may wish to consider visiting the hygienist more frequently, and indeed, some patients arrange three monthly appointments, primarily to have their teeth professionally cleaned.

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