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NHS Dentist will provide you with clinically necessary oral hygiene treatment on the NHS.
All periodontal treatment required for the health of your gums will always be provided on the NHS at our practice. You will never be expected to pay privately for clinically necessary treatment. Dental hygiene treatment is delivered by a specially trained dental hygienist who will help remove any plaque build up on your teeth that have formed over time or is hard to reach.
At NHS Dentist we don’t follow a direct access policy for our hygienists. This means that you may see your hygienist for a clean at any time providing you have seen your dentist within one year for your last check- up appointment. This is because a hygienist only works under the instructions of a dentist and a dentist must check your medical condition every 12 month.
Here is what you can expect from a hygiene appointment:
Dental hygiene at our practice also functions preventatively to treat gum disease and bad breath. If you have a bridge, denture, orthodontic treatment or a dental implant you will have specific hygiene needs that the hygienist will be able to assist you with.
It is recommended that you come in for regular hygiene appointments to ensure your mouth stays clean and healthy.
|Standard hygiene clean
|Extended hygiene clean
This service is recommended for;
The hygienists use the airflow machine to remove stains from the teeth, suitable for smokers or heavily stained teeth
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