Teeth Cleaning

Teeth Cleaning2024-04-01T23:21:41+10:00
Did you know that everyone should have a professional dental clean done twice a year? Our professional dentists recommend both a dental check-up and a professional clean appointment every six months.

You are responsible for your daily oral hygiene habits. Make it a habit to schedule regular appointments for teeth cleaning too!

What do you need to do at home? Our professional dentists advise all our clients to brush their teeth twice a day with a soft, small toothbrush and floss every day. And make sure you make an appointment to see an oral hygienist every six months.

At Road Dental we provide these essential oral hygiene services. You can be assured of friendly, professional service at all times, putting you at ease throughout your appointment.

No matter how regularly you brush and floss at home, an oral hygienist will be able to clean your teeth more thoroughly.

During a professional clean, an oral hygienist will thoroughly clean all your teeth using specialised equipment. This ensures that even those places that are difficult to reach will be attended to. This is why you need to have a professional clean every six months.

It’s not just about a pretty smile; your appointments with an oral hygienist are about preventing dental decay and other dental problems.

Getting your teeth professionally cleaned in this way is essential to fight the build-up of plaque and tartar. This not only helps to prevent cavities, but prevents gingivitis and periodontal disease too.

Every step of the cleaning will be explained to you during your appointment.

Throughout the process, our staff will explain exactly they are doing. We want to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible during your appointment. A large part of that is maintaining communication every step of the way. It serves the dual purpose of keeping you informed, and reducing any anxiety you might be experiencing.

At Road Dental we understand that dental health is important for your overall health and wellbeing, so make sure you check with your health fund or insurance provider to see what kind of cover you have. Gum disease can lead to serious teeth and gum problems if left untreated, so our professional hygienists will remove plaque build up, helping to ensure your oral health is at its best for the long term.

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