Dental HygieneA bright smile and healthy teeth are hugely important to one’s well-being. Therefore, we recommend regular visits to our dental hygienists/prophylaxis assistants. They are monitored by professionals and instructed to provide you with perfect oral hygiene. In addition to professional teeth cleaning, they remove discoloured surfaces, polish your teeth and take X-rays on a regular basis. To help you maintain this regularity, we encourage you to sign up for our reminder system following your appointment in which we write, call or contact you via text or email to remind you of your next dental cleaning.
Correct Oral Hygiene
- Proper oral hygiene may lower the risk of developing diabetes
- In the case of diabetes, it may influences the disease badly Favoring heart and circulatory diseases
- High blood pressure
- Influencing the risk for preterm birth
- Influencing the risk in case of transplantations
NutritionFoods which are gentle on the teeth and ideal for your oral health include vegetables, rice, grains, meat, fish, eggs, cheese, cottage cheese and nature yoghurt, among others. They’re gentle because they contain little acid or sugar which are known to attack tooth enamel. Most of the food and drink that we consume on a daily basis contains sugar or are acidic. It is ideal to brush your teeth correctly to protect the teeth from acid but the production of salvia is also important. This automatically helps to reduce the acids.
Check-upsYou should schedule a dental hygiene appointment every six months. A check-up with a dentist should be scheduled annually or at least once every two years. During these appointments, small X-ray images are taken to detect tooth decay. After getting nine teeth cleanings with our membership or family cards, you’ll receive another free!
HalitosisHalitosis, or bad breath, is still a taboo subject despite the fact that a third of the population suffers from it occasionally. Bad breath is not a disease and, in most cases, its treatments is relatively simple. You can find more information about the causes of and breath and potential treatment options at our clinic.
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