At DRMR we have a team of experts to look after your dental health and oral hygiene.
Come and see us for your routine dental checkups and regular hygiene appointments so we can help you keep your mouth in its best shape.
6 monthly dental hygiene cleans are recommended even for the cleanest of mouths. 3 monthly dental hygiene visits for patients with veneers or implants. Our thorough yet friendly hygienist will clean your gums and advise you on the best way to keep bacteria and build up at bay at home. Having your teeth cleaned also removes stain and plaque build up that can be unsightly. There is also mounting evidence about the impact of oral bacteria on overall wellness. Having your mouth professionally cleaned regularly is a great way to look after your own wellbeing and maintain an attractive smile.
During your regular dental exams we will check your teeth for overall health wear, cracks or decay. We will also check your gum health. We usually take a scan of your mouth with our i-Tero scanner, so we can monitor gum recession, tooth wear and any tooth movement. We always check for oral cancer as well as use our digital X-rays with AI technology to check for any cavities or potential cavities. We love using the latest technology to make sure we are delivering the best possible assessment for you.
At DRMR health, function and aesthetics are at the top of our priority list. Let us help you Be Your Best You and book to see us today using the booking link below.
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Without proper oral hygiene, bacteria can reach levels that might lead to oral infections, such as tooth decay and gum disease.
If gum disease is not managed effectively, the harmful bacteria in the mouth can lead to other systemic diseases and affect the rest of the body. Dental hygiene helps to maintain a healthy mouth and body.
Yes. Unfortunately, the bristles of our manual or electric toothbrush are unable to reach in between the teeth. Therefore, appropriately sized interdental brushes or floss should be used. Your Hygienist will be able to assess and advise you on the correct size and technique.
Yes you can book directly to see the hygienist
The best way to prevent gum disease is by attending regular appointments with your hygienist. Prevention requires maintaining an excellent oral hygiene routine at home. Plaque is the main cause of gum disease and this can be manually removed using a toothbrush and appropriate interdental aids.
Yes a hygienist can remove staining as long as it's on the outside surface, and not on the inside of the teeth, teeth whitening may be required in these cases.
Depending on your individual circumstances and dental health and home care. But as a general rule, you should try to see the dental hygienist every three to six months.
Dental Health Check Up from £95
Hygiene Appointment from £150
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