A regular visit to the dental hygienist is vital for optimal teeth and gum health. All teeth cleaning is completed using Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT), a Swiss innovation in oral hygiene. As a dental therapist, I can also carry out routine dental examinations and take x-rays if necessary. This can be added to your regular visit for an additional £80. I can then discuss any treatment you may require at length. Many treatments can be carried out within my remit. Anything else would need to be carried out by a dentist and I can refer you to one of my inhouse colleagues. If you have any questions about the cleaning process, please contact London Hygienist directly.
NEW PATIENT CLEAN
1 HR / £150
An in-depth dental assessment with treatment planning and cleaning using Guided Biofilm Therapy. Ideal for new patients or those who haven't been to the hygienist in more than six months. Add a dental exam and X-rays for £80.
RETURNING PATIENT CLEAN
40 MINS / £110
For existing patients who have regular hygiene appointments and stable periodontal health. Cleaning with Guided Biofilm Therapy will help keep your mouth healthy and will maintain your good habits. Aim to visit 2-3 times a year.
40 MINS / £75
Healthy teeth and gums start from a young age. With a fun, gentle and teachable approach to cleaning, your little ones will look forward to coming each and every time. Every appointment includes a complete dental assessment and optional fluoride application to protect teeth from dental decay.
90 MINS / £250
For patients with gum disease. After your initial first appointment you may require further specialised treatment. This comprises of a full assessment, personally tailored oral hygiene instructions, and a deep cleaning with Guided Biofilm Therapy, with or without local anaesthetic.
1 HR / £150
Staining and bacteria can accumulate very quickly and easily when you wear braces. An orthodontic clean can remove this with ease. You'll also learn how to clean better between the increased number of 'nooks and crannies' that come with having a brace.
I wish I had met Anna years ago! Amazing clean and great service and advice - I will be going back to her for many more years to come!
Anna is absolutely amazing at what she does - she's quite clearly passionate about her work and really makes sure you leave happy. Keep up the great work Anna :)
Definitely worth 5 stars, London Hygienist is incredible. Lives up to the reviews and the name she has built for herself. I highly recommend her and her work.
WHAT IS GUIDED BIOFILM THERAPY (GBT)?
Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) is a Swiss innovation currently being offered by London Hygienist. GBT has allowed dental hygienists to transform the patient experience by exchanging traditional cleaning methods for a revolutionary system that offers a lifetime of pain-free and fear-free oral healthcare for all ages.
GBT is carried out during regular cleanings and uses 'AirFlow' technology which is a combination of warm water, air and soft powder, to remove all bacteria (biofilm) in the mouth that contribute to tooth decay and gum disease.
GBT is highly effective, minimally invasive and gentle, meaning that people with gum disease, braces, crowns, bridges, veneers and implants are eligible for treatment. These procedures are so gentle they can be used on natural teeth, restorations, orthodontic braces, implants, the tongue and gums.
GBT is a great option for those who want to remove teeth staining from coffee, tea, wine and tobacco consumption, and is advised before receiving tooth whitening to achieve better results.
How does Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) work?
1. The mouth is checked to identify any dental decay or gum disease. This allows the hygienist to assess your treatment needs.
2. Teeth are disclosed with a dye that makes biofilm visible. You are then shown any problem areas, which will help to personalise your oral hygiene routine. The colour will also guide the biofilm removal.
3. Depending on your needs, a combination of up to three cleaning systems are used to gently remove biofilm, staining and light deposits. These procedures are so gentle they can be used on natural teeth, restorations, orthodontic braces, implants, the tongue and gums.
4. The final check ensures all biofilm and deposits have been removed and screens one last time for any decay. Teeth are then protected with a fluoride seal.
5. Based on your oral hygiene and a risk assessment, your next appointment will be scheduled. This is usually between 3 to 6 months.
Why you need hygiene appointments
Our teeth are covered in a sticky and colourless film made up of bacteria, known as biofilm. If this biofilm is not removed, it can build up around the area between the teeth and the gums, resulting in gum disease (the first sign of which is bleeding gums). The bacteria in biofilm can also break down enamel when it comes in contact with sugary foods and drinks, ultimately causing tooth decay.
Today’s technology enables patients to have effective and pain-free professional dental hygiene care.
Book an appointment for Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) with London Hygienist.