Dental Cleaning - Central Coast

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Need a Check Up?

Need a Check Up?
Young Woman And Dentists — Dental in Lake Haven, NSW
When it comes to maintaining good oral healthcare, prevention is always better than cure. It’s important to organise a regular professional dental cleaning service in order to keep plaque and decay, as well as tooth and gum disease at bay. At our Central Coast practice, our hygienists provide dental assessment and cleaning services for the whole family.

At Dental at Lake Haven, patient wellbeing always comes first. We will do everything we can to make you as comfortable as possible while cleaning. Additionally, we will ensure you receive practical advice on what you can do to maintain good oral health in the long run. If disease, decay or excessive plaque is present, we will recommend the appropriate follow up treatments.

If you’re due for a dental check-up and clean, don’t hesitate to make a booking with us today. We will spare no effort to schedule a time that best suits your schedule and spare no effort to accommodate any specific requirements you may have. Whitening and implant services are also available.
Dental Floss — Dental in Lake Heaven, NSW

What are the Benefits?

To maintain the best possible oral health, it’s absolutely critical to schedule a regular clean with our oral health professionals. The following are just a few of the ways you can benefit from this service:

In addition to the obvious health benefits, getting your teeth professionally cleaned on a regular basis can save you money in the long run. This is because potential major issues – such as gum disease or infections – can be spotted and treated early, before the problem becomes more widespread.

If you are in need of dentures, an implant, or a crown, an initial cleaning service is crucial. Our team is able to provide this service before implementing the required prosthetics. For more information, get in touch with us today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Firstly, you should hold the brush at an angle of 45 degrees so that the bristles are level with the gum line. Then, move the brush gently back and forth, cleaning only a small area at a time. You should brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes.

If you maintain good dental health, it is advisable to organise a service at least twice a year. However, if you notice discomfort or noticeable discolouration, it’s advisable to book an appointment as soon as possible.

In most cases, 30 minutes. However, this can vary – depending on dental structure and the amount of cleaning that is required. It is advisable to confirm with your dental hygienist.