Hygienist and therapists

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  • Vital for healthy teeth and gums

    You can avoid most dental problems just by doing the right thing for your teeth and gums.

    Healthy gums are not just important for keeping your teeth stable. There’s growing evidence linking poor gum health with heart disease, high blood pressure, strokes, diabetes and other inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and Alzheimer’s.

    Our hygienist and therapists are experienced members of our dental team and together play a vital role in our preventative approach to dental care.

    Catherine and Harsha, our dental therapists focus on preventative and restorative care and education for our younger visitors, helping to make good oral hygiene a lifetime habit from an early age.

    Vanessa our dental hygienist will give your teeth a full professional scale and polish; show you how to keep plaque at bay, help you choose a tooth-friendly diet and give you practical tips on how to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.