Our dental clinic is open and you can read our COVID-safe procedures here.
We have unfortunately had to temporarily stop our beauty treatments in line with Government regulations. All existing appointments will be rescheduled.
Dental hygiene treatment benefits
Prevention against gum problems that may otherwise affect overall health
Early detection and treatment of gum disease
Advanced hygiene treatments such as deep cleaning to help prevent tooth loss
Passing on best oral care techniques to maintain a healthy smile
Collaboration with our dental team to maintain a healthy environment for your new smile
Silky smooth air polishing for stain removal
Dental hygiene treatment cost
Maintenance visits from €80
Periodontal treatment packages from €160 (includes examination and hygiene clean)
Our hygiene services are also available to non-registered patients via Direct Access, please get in touch
Dental hygiene is a huge part of any dental care routine and one that is done right can help to prevent issues like heart disease, diabetes and strokes.
Medical research has shown that there is a definitive link between gum disease and certain diseases or medical conditions. With this in mind, our highly skilled dentists in Dublin will work closely with you to keep your mouth and indirectly your body, healthy or to treat any gum disease problems you might currently have.
Have you booked your hygiene appointment yet?
Our hygiene team is ready to help. We provide a full range of preventative services and gum treatments to get you back on track.
Call New Life Teeth in Dublin 01 699 1302 today. Alternatively, book a free smile consultation online.
Did you know that by having hygiene appointments regularly you can prevent a wide range of problems?
Bleeding gums when you brush
Sore or tender gums
Shrunken gums (known as gum recession)
Bad breath and
Think of your gums as support vessels for your teeth. Below the surface of the gum is a complex network of ligaments, nerves and tissues all designed to support and nourish teeth.
When teeth lose that network of support, you can lose your teeth.
Neglect gum health, for example, and you could develop an aggressive infection known as periodontal disease. When left to its own devices, it can destroy the bone supporting both the gum and the tooth.
Therefore, taking good care of your gums also means taking good care of your teeth and that’s where our dental hygiene appointments can help.
During your first appointment, your oral health will be reviewed using a series of assessments and questionnaires.
Based on these findings, our dentist in Dublin will tailor any treatments to your specific needs and give you overall dental cleaning costs so you don’t have any nasty surprises. Some of these treatments include:
Sometimes known as ‘prophy’ or ‘teeth cleaning’ our dentists use specialised tools to gently remove any stubborn plaque (tartar) which has built up on your teeth over time. Then the teeth are polished and cleaned to give you a fresh, plaque-free smile.
In addition, our dentists will perform an oral cancer screening and provide you with essential oral care tips when necessary.
Non-surgical periodontal therapy (also known as deep cleaning) is particularly beneficial in the early stages of gum disease. Special scalers and ultrasonic cleaners can be used to eradicate bacteria or infection located below the gum line. Depending upon the severity of your situation, treatment can take more than one visit to put right. Once complete, our dentists will provide routine care instructions and ask you to attend regular follow-up consultations so progress can be monitored.
These are follow-up consultations carried out after periodontal therapy has been performed. During this appointment gums and teeth are checked and any new plaque (tartar) is gently removed.
Typically periodontal maintenance with our dentists in Dublin takes somewhere between 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete.
Cleaning like this is recommended every 3 -6 months depending upon the complexities of your gum disease problem.
Most dentists and hygienists recommend that you have your teeth cleaned professionally twice a year. Some individuals however may require more frequent visits depending upon their situation.
There is no right or wrong answer here. The best type of toothbrush is one that you will use every day and one that you are comfortable with using. When used correctly and despite all the hype, manual brushes can be equally as effective as their electric cousins. If in doubt our dentists in Dublin can give you recommendations on the best cleaning techniques.
In a word, no. Gums should not bleed when brushed or flossed. If they do it’s usually a sign that you are flossing or brushing too hard or you have the onset of gingivitis (an early stage of gum disease). If you have any doubts, then come and talk to our hygiene team who can help.