If you're looking for a trusted, highly experienced and friendly dental hygienist near you in Essex then our expert team in Hornchurch can help.
Practicing good oral hygiene is key to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. At Harrow Dental Practice our dental hygienists can help patients to prevent gum disease and tooth decay so that you can avoid future dental problems.
All of our dentists and our three dental hygienists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) and we're monitored and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) so you can rest assured you are in safe hands with our team.
With regular oral hygiene visits to our dental practice, our dental hygienists will remove the build-up of plaque and tartar from your teeth and also show you the best ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
We may also provide dietary advice to help you minimise the development of dental decay such as limiting sugary drinks and foods.
You can now book hygiene appointments directly with a dental hygienist without a referral or recommendation from your dentist.
At the Harrow Dental Practice in Hornchurch we have 3 experienced and highly skilled dental hygienists available to patients.
Dental hygiene is a key element of good oral health, improved access to dental hygienists should help to improve standards of oral health, reducing the risk of hygiene-related diseases such as decay and gum disease.
By seeing one of our dental hygienists and following their treatment and advice patients will benefit from:
A 60 min direct access hygiene appointment costs £150
Call 01708 479717 today to book your appointment.
Poor oral hygiene and failure to visit a dental hygienists regularly can result in developing gum disease. This is when bacteria in the mouth settles in pockets around the tooth just above the gum line.
Once it hardens into plaque it becomes difficult to remove. If the plaque is not removed the disease (Gingivitis) will steadily worsen developing into a more serious form of gum disease called Periodontitis.
This can result in the loss of a tooth. Read more about gum disease (Gingivitis) here.
This is known as halitosis and our dental hygienists can advise patients how to prevent bad breath and explain how and why bad breath occurs.
By flossing your teeth at least once a day and tooth brushing at least twice a day will help to remove the build up of food deposits in between your teeth and achieve fresh breath.
As part of a good routine, we recommend our patients visit our dental hygienists at least every six months for a scale and polish. We will also check your general oral hygiene to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy.
Our dental hygienists are trained and qualified to spot any problems and to provide the best treatment and advice.
"My friend recommended and she was not wrong. Lisa was lovely, welcoming and gave excellent advise. Lisa explained where i was with my status, what I could do better and demonstrated better brushing techniques. I noticed that the Principal Dentist also followed same covid rules as patients.
They seem to have this pandemic patient safety process down to a fine art. I did notice that they appear to be keeping up with current/latest dentistry methods and offer a good range of services for all.
Would highly recommend."
"I can’t recommend the hygienist Lisa more - she is absolutely brilliant at what she does and is such a lovely calming person who genuinely cares about her patients and remembers them.
Me and my husband have been going to Lisa for the last few years and we both went for a clean before our wedding and she went above and beyond to give us sparkly clean smiles for our day - she is fab and the practice is always very clean and safe."
"I took my elderly mum to the hygienist here and Maria the hygienist was very caring and guided and mum through the cleaning and aftercare process attentively. Listening and answering all her concerns. Very impressive."
Call us on 01708 479717 to book a scale & polish