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Dental Hygiene

Our hygienists focus on prevention of gum disease and overall oral health and wellness.

A dentist on the other hand is committed to treating and curing any dental issues that already exist. Both our hygienists and dentists offer a necessary balance to ensure you are provided with the best care possible.

Our Specialists

Facts about our Oral Hygiene Services

  • We can deliver "Bright Smiles"; through Teeth Whitening.
  • Our Dental Hygiene Department is our "Oral Health Education Department".
  • Our Dental Hygienists give ample attention to each patient, allowing time for treatment and health education.
  • Our Dental Hygiene Department is committed to the motto, "Prevention is the better than cure".


What does a Hygienist actually do?

  • Scaling and polishing (removal of plaque and tartar).
  • Detecting, treating and managing periodontal (gum) disease.
  • Obtaining medical and dental history.
  • Performing extra and intra oral examinations.
  • Providing preventive services such as fluoride applications and fissure sealants.
  • Oral health education: educating patients on appropriate oral hygiene techniques to maintain oral health such as tooth brushing and flossing.
  • Diet counseling.
  • Stain removal professional cleaning system to address stains from tea, coffee or colored drink consumption.
  • Teeth (Zoom) whitening procedures.

Why I should see a dental hygienist regularly?

Seeing a dental hygienist regularly is necessary to maintain good oral health. Brushing and flossing daily is not enough to reach the hidden areas where tartar and plaque can build up. Our hygienists use special instruments to clean your teeth, remove tartar and plaque, and help prevent gum disease or bone loss. A dental hygienist can also advise you on products you can use to help improve your home oral hygiene routine.