Airflow Stain Removal
‘AirFlow™’ stain removal is an effective way of removing simple tooth staining caused by your everyday lifestyle.
‘AirFlow™’ Stain Removal is not teeth whitening but it will considerably improve the brightness of your teeth and give you a fantastic fresh and sparkling mouth in an instant.
Here’s how it works… ‘AirFlow™ uses water pressure along with tiny carbonated particles on the surface and in between each of your teeth to remove stains.
‘AirFlow™’ Stain Removal is an ideal cost effective pre-treatment to Teeth Whitening and can give you a bright, healthy mouth and smile
“I wasn’t expecting it to be this good”
Regular hygiene appointments can also make a big difference to your oral health. Our hygienists will give your teeth a professional deep clean including cleaning between them and below the gum line, as well as giving tips and advice on keeping your teeth healthy and clean.
The importance of dental hygiene can’t be underestimated.
Your mouth deserves to receive professional care and it’s important to emphasise that hygiene therapy may also reduce the risk of developing several serious medical conditions, especially as research links gum disease to arthritis, heart disease, strokes, diabetes and premature births.
As many as 90 per cent of us suffer from gum disease at some point in our lives but with good dental care the risks can be easily controlled.
Healthy gums promote healthier teeth and without healthy gums, cosmetic or dental treatments to restore your mouth’s function are not possible.
Our hygiene team will teach you the best brushing and flossing techniques so that you can maintain the dental health of each and every tooth, every day.
This maintenance must begin at an early age, as tooth decay and gum disease do not take into consideration how old you are.
The Silent Disease
Initial symptoms of gum disease include bad breath and sore, swollen or bleeding gums. With treatment it can be controlled, but if left untreated it can eventually lead to tooth loss.
Also, recent research has shown that uncontrolled gum disease is linked to an increased risk of heart disease, strokes, uncontrolled diabetes and other illnesses.