At Twenty 2 Dental, we provide conscientious care, set trends, and are at the forefront of the latest dental technology. Our goal is to ensure that you obtain the highest quality dental treatment available in a relaxed and comfortable environment.
With our General Dentistry, the focus is on the health and correct functioning of your teeth to prevent future problems such as decay, deterioration of teeth and bad gums.
For those requiring general or routine dental care, the aim of our customised adult dental care plans is the prevention of future invasive dentistry.
Ideally, dentistry is preventative. At Twenty 2 Dental we recommend that you visit your dentist at least once a year & your dental hygienist every 3 to six months – to ensure proper oral hygiene and functionality. Regular dental health reviews and oral health maintenance prevent the development of serious dental problems that can require costly treatment.
We have found that patients who remain vigilant and visit their dentist regularly, can enjoy exceptional dental health.
DENTAL HYGIENE & GUM CARE
Regular professional cleaning combined with looking after your teeth and gums well at home will help keep your oral health in check, which means a fresh breath and healthy smile.
Our fully qualified and experienced Dental Hygienist & Therapist is an expert in the treatment and management of gum disease and fulfill a very important role by supporting our dentists in preventive dentistry and helping you to maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Dental Hygiene treatments range from the care of children’s teeth and gums, to more complex periodontal (gum) treatments and the removal of plaque and calculus (the deposits that collect on the teeth) and staining, such as tea, red wine and tobacco. All treatments are carefully carried out without discomfort. Regular hygiene treatment will deliver healthy gums and a brighter smile!
Our hygienists are also keen to educate patients on the correct technique of brushing and flossing and give advice on how to maintain a good oral health routine to maintain a healthy smile. Your dental hygiene is important to us and, with our dedicated dental hygienists, your teeth and oral health is in good hands. Your dentist will advise how often you should see your dental hygienist, but should you feel you would like to book additional appointments with them, please ask at your next visit.
Dental x-rays, also referred to as radiographs these are images of your teeth that your dentist uses to evaluate your overall oral health. When X-rays are taken, the hard, mineralized tissues of the teeth block some of the radiation. This allows these heavily calcified areas to appear lighter in colour. On an X-ray, a dentist can see the enamel or outer covering of the tooth, the underlying dentin layer, and the pulp chamber where nerve tissue resides inside the tooth.
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