Take advantage of our limited Christmas Special Offer. Prepare your teeth for the season with dental hygiene and a check-up, plus teeth whitening to enjoy holiday photos with a brighter, whiter, and healthier smile. Choose now between:
With Phillips Zoom home whitening, your teeth will gradually whiten throughout the treatment, giving you a bright shining smile.Call to book
We’re delighted to offer our patients a fantastic opportunity to receive the healthy white smile you’ve always dreamt of at an amazing price! The offers include Dental check-up, dental hygiene, and professional whitening:
With Enlighten’s guaranteed results, you can achieve a healthy smile with teeth up to 16 shades lighter! Book your appointment at our King’s Cross clinic (LDN Dental) or our Earl’s Court clinic (The Dental Lounge) to take advantage of this incredible offer.Call to book
To support our clients on their quest for a beautiful and healthy smile, we’re delighted to offer you a choice between two dental check-up and hygiene deals to suit any need.
With a choice between scale and polish or AirFlow Stain removal, you can rest assured that you’d leave one of our clinics with a thorough dental examination (all X-rays are included in the price) and teeth a few shades lighter than before.Call to book
During your dental hygiene appointment, the hygienist will use professional tools (ultrasonic) to clean your teeth from plaque and tartar. The procedure, commonly known as scale and polish, will help you remove the hardened dental calculus, even when located slightly under the gum surface and unreachable with home dental hygiene methods.
During your hygiene appointment, you will receive:
If your oral health is superb, we recommend having a dental hygiene treatment once every six months. As a preventative treatment, it will help you ensure there’s no dental calculus built-up on your teeth and will keep your gums healthy.
If you’ve been diagnosed with gingivitis, however, you will require more frequent hygiene appointments. Gingivitis is caused by the collection of plaque between and around the teeth, causing inflammation and bleeding when you brush. Impeccable oral hygiene at home plus professional hygiene treatments every 3 or 4 months will help heal the gums and prevent gum recession and teeth loss.
For most patients, dental hygiene appointments are entirely pain-free and require no sedation at all. The procedure doesn’t involve accessing the dental pulp, and therefore no sensitivity is present.
However, if you have been diagnosed with gum disease or haven’t had a dental hygiene appointment in years, tartar may have collected in pockets under the gums, which would require a deeper cleaning. Even though the procedure is not surgical, and you still may have no sensitivity, your therapist could recommend topical sedation to ensure you feel calm and comfortable during the treatment.
Regular hygiene or deep hygiene session?
If you regularly clean your teeth at home and attend dental hygiene appointments every six months with no gum issues present, then a regular hygiene treatment will likely be sufficient for your needs. The procedure will last approximately 30 to 45 minutes.
If you have red, swollen, and bleeding gums, or if you haven’t had professional teeth cleaning performed in a while, we recommend opting for a deep hygiene session. Typically carried out over 60 minutes, the deep hygiene session will allow our dental hygienist to carefully and thoroughly clean the plaque near and under the gums, allowing them to heal and stop bleeding.
AirFlow is a system that removes dark brown, grey or yellow marks on your teeth by using a jet of compressed air, water, and particles of bicarbonate. This treatment is ideal for most people and leaves you with clean, shiny, and whiter teeth. AirFlow is suitable for patients with veneers, dental crowns, bridges or dental implants.
For patients with dental bonding, AirFlow is not a recommended procedure. The abrasive structure of the particles of bicarbonate used during the process scratches the composite bonding’s surface, leaving it more exposed to staining and ultimately leading to the need for replacement.
Your oral hygiene state will determine the frequency of your hygiene sessions. The cleaner your teeth are, the fewer visits to the dental office you’ll need. Here are some tips for improving your oral hygiene: