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The Dental Clinic Radlett
Dental Hygienist in Radlett, Hertfordshire
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Frequently Asked Questions
Oral hygienists play a crucial role in maintaining and promoting good oral health. They provide professional cleaning, gum care, preventive education, and advice on oral hygiene practices. Their expertise helps prevent dental diseases and ensures your smile remains healthy.
The recommended frequency of hygienist visits can vary depending on individual needs. Generally, most patients benefit from biannual visits, but your dentist will assess your unique requirements and recommend an appropriate schedule for you.
Our hygienists are committed to ensuring your comfort during treatments. While some procedures may cause mild discomfort, we offer options for local anaesthetic to minimise any pain, making your visit as pain-free as possible.
Fissure sealants are protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of teeth to prevent decay. They are suitable for both children and adults, particularly those with deep grooves in their molars, to safeguard against cavities.
To make the most of your appointment, maintain your regular oral hygiene routine, and brush and floss thoroughly before your visit. It’s also helpful to have a list of any medications or changes in your medical history to share with your hygienist.
No, it is not normal to have bleeding gums on a regular basis. While occasional, minor gum bleeding may occur due to factors like vigorous brushing or flossing, persistent or frequent bleeding can be a sign of underlying gum issues, such as gingivitis or periodontitis. It’s essential to consult a dentist to diagnose the cause and take appropriate steps to address it for better oral health.