Maintaining your oral hygiene
It has been scientifically proven that there is connection between plaque (bacteria) and dental disease to overall health.
The link between bad oral hygiene and heart disease is well documented by various studies. Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums.
Our philosophy is to create healthy, beautiful and natural smiles. We will help you take control of the health of your mouth and advise you on how to maintain this at home. We will also advise you on how you can prevent further dentistry to ensure the long term health of your mouth.
Our qualified dental hygienist will assist you in making your our personalise oral hygiene programme. Most dental diseases are preventable, regular maintenance is the main focus of our hygienist. The main role of our hygienist will be advising how to you can take control of your oral health by detailed instruction as per individual’s needs, preventive care and treatment.
Beside brushing minimum two minutes thoroughly twice a day and flossing daily is recommended. In mean time one should not forget that excessive brushing or scrubbing hard is also bad for teeth. Many of us like brushing but hate flossing. More than 50% of plaque accumulation occurs between the protected areas of teeth. Some people suffer from sensitive or bleeding gums and make this as a reason to avoid flossing. They feel flossing of sensitive teeth or bleeding gums will make them worse. But in fact, flossing can improve the health of gums and thereby helping to prevent them from bleeding. Start flossing by using inter-dental brushes which are like an alternative to floss and then switch to proper flossing your teeth. Antibacterial mouth rinse will help achieving protection from bacteria for some time.
Health diet is essential for having a healthy mouth. By limiting acidic drinks like soft drinks, cordials and sugary food will help you achieving healthy teeth and hence overall health.