GUIDED BIOFILM THERAPY (GBT)

Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) is a new Swiss innovation currently being offered by London Hygienist. GBT has allowed dental hygienists to transform the patient experience by exchanging old-school methods for a revolutionary system that offers a lifetime of pain-free and fear-free oral healthcare for all ages.  

GBT is done during regular cleanings and uses AirFlow technology to remove all bacteria (biofilm) in the mouth that contribute to tooth decay and gum disease, while reducing your time in the hygienist chair from 20 to just 7 minutes.  

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 all stains resulting from coffee, tea, wine and tobacco consumption, and should be done before receiving tooth whitening to achieve better results.

The Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) process:

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Piezon

Using warm water and pain-free technology, deposits are removed from the teeth quietly and gently.

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Check

One last check to ensure that your mouth is clean before adding a protective varnish to the teeth. 

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Recall

Based on your needs, set your next appointment. 

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Assess

Every appointment starts with a full assessment of the teeth and gum health. You'll also get an oral cancer screening at every visit. 

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Disclose

Using a dye makes biofilm visible, highlighting any problematic areas and guiding the cleaning. No more dye = no more biofilm.

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Motivate

Based on your needs and preferences, you'll then received a tailored oral hygiene routine to maximse your home care.

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AirFlow

Using a combination of warm water, air and fine powder biofilm, stains and early calculus are gently removed from the teeth and gums.

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.

London Hygienist is an Official provider of 'Guided Biofilm Therapy'

Book an appointment for Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) with London Hygienist.