Preventative

At Crown Holistic Dental our Hygienist or Therapist will examine and treat diseases of the teeth and is crucial to assist you in detecting any early signs of Decay or gum disease. They are an important part of our Holistic Family.

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Why Preventative Dentistry is Important

Our Hygienist focus on Professionally cleaning your Teeth and Preventative treatments as well as educating you about Oral hygiene and good nutrition for Oral Health. Of course, they work very closely with the rest of our Dental team to ensure you get the best Holistic Care when it comes to your Smile. As well as working closely with and referring when necessary to our partner practitioners in other Health modalities.

Early Detection of Gum Disease

Dental Hygienists focus on the detection and treatment of gum disease. Plus they play an Important and Vital role in instructing you on how to best care for your teeth. At the appointment, the hygienist will perform a thorough assessment of soft tissues within the mouth, cancer screening, tooth and gum health analysis and diagnosis.

Your appointment time usually lasts around 45-60 mins depending on your specific needs. After this initial discussion, the Hygienist will assess the health of your teeth and take careful notes regarding your oral health, and this will be discussed with other team members should the need arise. Treatment will commence, cleaning around each of your teeth and under your gums. The hygienist will then finish by polishing your teeth. This part is commonly called a ‘scale and clean’. We try to keep radiographs to as minimum however should you require one our hygienist may also take photographic records and/or diagnostic x-rays to ensure there are no concerns, sharing these with your Dentist if required.

How Do I Know if I have Gum Disease?

The symptoms of gum disease include: bad breathe, red and puffy gums, bleeding gums as well as noticing that your teeth may become loose, receding gums. You may experience pain and sensitivity too hot or cold, as well as other discomfort. If you have the following, it is worth making an appointment to see our dental hygienists:

(1) Bleeding gums
(2) Inflammation around your teeth
(3) Teeth sensitivity
(4) Bad breath
(5) Any other dental concerns