What exactly does a Dental Hygienist do?23 Mar 2021
You get your car ‘serviced’ so why not your smile? Bond Street’s Oral Hygiene Centre is dedicated to ensuring optimal ongoing oral health.
What exactly does a dental hygienist do?
Dental hygienists have training in the meticulous cleaning and maintenance of the teeth and gums, developing a personalised oral hygiene program to suit a patient’s individual needs.
The goal is to maintain healthier teeth and gums and prevent decay and gum disease. Healthy gums are a long-term investment for beautiful teeth, and the dental hygienist will monitor your oral hygiene, helping you to achieve a healthier mouth.
Dental Hygienist in Melbourne
We’ll service your smile with a smile at Bond Street Dental in Melbourne
Don’t leave your dental health to chance. Even if you’re not experiencing any issues with your teeth or gums right now, if you neglect your dental hygiene, there could be problems later.
At Bond Street Dental clinic, we’re fully committed to ensuring optimal oral health for all our patients both young and old, and that’s why we offer a preventative and maintenance program to give you the dental hygiene Melbourne patients need to keep your teeth healthy and pain-free.
What can you expect in our Melbourne dental hygiene clinic?
You can expect to be treated by dedicated dental hygienists who have been fully trained in the meticulous cleaning and maintenance of both teeth and gums.
But the service in our Melbourne dental hygiene clinic goes further than that; in addition to monitoring to your oral hygiene, our hygienist will develop a personalised oral hygiene program to suit YOUR individual needs.
Our aim is to ensure that your teeth and gums are as healthy as possible and to prevent decay and gum disease. It’s the reason why we’ve a reputation for being the best dental hygienist Melbourne has available.
A range of preventative and maintenance treatments from your local Melbourne dental hygienist
During your dental hygiene appointment your hygienist will carry out a thorough evaluation of your oral health and gums.
This will help them to identify oral conditions such as bad breath, and dry mouth. Following the evaluation, your hygienist will draw up a personalised oral hygiene program and recommend either 3, 6, or 12 month visits as appropriate.
This will be followed by meticulous cleaning and polishing of your teeth, including below the gum line, together with other any other treatments you may require, including application of decay preventing agents.
Our dental hygienists will give you all the help you need to keep your teeth and gums healthy
You’ll also receive advice on recommended oral products to aid specific oral conditions, plus you’ll be shown correct brushing and flossing techniques to ensure that you’re cleaning your teeth and gums properly.
Your hygienist may also provide information on future treatments, or refer you for a specific treatment if necessary.
Book an appointment with a dental hygienist at Bond Street Dental
To book an appointment with a dental hygienist, Melbourne patients can either use our online booking system, contact us on 1300 266 387 for a call back, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Melbourne dental clinic is located at 6 Bond street in South Yarra, and we’re open from 8:00 – 6:00pm: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; from 8:00am to 8:00pm on Tuesday; and 8:00 – 12:00pm on Saturday for your convenience.
A better and brighter smile is just a phone call away – so get in touch with your local dental clinic today.
Bond Street Dental is the best dental clinic in Melbourne. We specialise in cosmetic dentistry, sleep dentistry, children’s dentistry, digital smile design, wisdom teeth removal, root canal treatment, wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and lip fillers. We also offer teeth whitening in South Yarra, teeth whitening in Melbourne, veneers in South Yarra, veneers in Melbourne, dental implants in South Yarra and dental implants in Melbourne. Book an appointment with one of our friendly and professional dental hygienists today!
- Evaluation of oral health and gums
- Meticulous cleaning and polishing of the teeth, including below gum level
- Identification of oral conditions such as bad breath and dry mouth and assistance in treating them, as required
- Advice on oral products to aid specific oral conditions
- Application of decay preventing agents
- Taking of dental x-rays for diagnostic purposes
- Instruction on correct brushing and flossing techniques and advice on appropriate oral hygiene products to suit the individual
- Outline of a personalised oral hygiene program with recommended 3, 6 or 12 monthly visits, recommended future treatment and referral for specific treatment, if required