Affordable Dental Hygienists For Your Family

Your dental health is a key factor for maintaining a healthy mouth and overall well being. Your poor oral hygiene is a root cause for several dental diseases, including gum diseases, oral infections, periodontal diseases and many more.

It indicates your overall health condition because the health of your mouth is interconnected to other organs. For example, there are many risk factors or health conditions that may contribute to the susceptibility to gum diseases. Some of them are:

  • Hormonal changes
  • Smoking
  • Diabetes
  • Poor nutrition or dental hygiene
  • Misaligned bite or dental restoration
  • Some medications
  • Many more

If you are worried about any of these risk factors and are looking for the local dental hygienists for your family, then hashtagdentist is your preferred destination.

Why We Recommend A Regular Dental Check-Up?

We believe that regular dentist visit is essential for preventing dental problems and for maintaining the optimal oral health in the long term. It’s cost-effective because it allows us to access the health of your gum and teeth. If there are any underlying problems with your gum or teeth, we will identify it early. This prevents the need for complicated and expensive treatment in the future.

At hashtagdentist, our skilled and experienced team of dental hygienist will evaluate the condition of your oral health and identify the underlying risk factors that may develop tooth erosion, dental decay and many other diseases.

Our carefully designed, relaxing dental office with gentle, friendly, and welcoming staffs helps in soothing your anxious nerves. It creates a positive dental visit experience for you and your family.

Oral Hygiene Services

Our expert team of oral hygienists recommend regular dentist visit every six months to maintain dental health. Your dental hygiene appointment with us means more than just cleaning of plaque or tartar off your teeth and gums. It allows us to address the early signs of dental issues if any, and give the appropriate treatment before it becomes more complicated and severe.

Identification and treatment of a dental cavity can save you a lot in dental bills later. The dental procedure can become more complicated if these types of small issues are not taken care of at the earliest or left untreated. 

We work with you to tailor preventive treatments and procedures that suit your requirement. It may include taking a digital x-ray, checking for soft tissue pathology, evaluating gum disease, cleaning tartar and plague, oral health education, home dental care advice, fluoride treatment and much more.

Oral hygiene at home Preventive Techniques

Dental care, when effectively performed, ensures fresh breath, glittering smile along with your healthy teeth and gum. Your oral hygiene regimen at home includes:

Daily Brushing

Brushing is an essential part of dental hygiene care practices. Our oral hygienist recommends you brush your teeth in the correct manner, twice a day. It prevents the accumulation of food particles between your teeth and removes dental plaque as much as possible. Based on the condition of your mouth, we sometimes also recommend electric toothbrush.

Every Day Flossing

Although you are correctly brushing your teeth, still, there are some areas inside your mouth where you won’t be able to reach properly. Regular flossing of teeth removes dental plaques that are hiding in between your teeth. We recommend using a fresh section of floss for each tooth, at least once a day to prevent the accumulation of plaque formed between your teeth.

Mouthwash

We recommend antibacterial mouthwash to remove the bacteria that results in the accumulation of plaque. It also prevents gum disease called gingivitis.

Diet

We believe that your healthy eating habits impact your oral health and overall health. We recommend diet as an essential part of your dental hygiene regimen. Our emphasis is to make you eat nutritional food to protect your oral health and avoid excessive sugars and carbohydrate that promotes tooth decay.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your mouth is the entry point to your digestive system, so a build-up of bad bacteria from poor oral hygiene can have trickle-down effects to the rest of your body. Practising good oral hygiene habits is more than just having straight, white teeth, and research shows that your oral health can be a strong indicator of your general health.

Regularly brushing and flossing will help prevent a build-up of harmful bacteria, reducing bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease. You should also aim to visit your dentist every six months for a proper check-up and clean as we can help identify and address any other underlying holistic issues.   

– Brush for two minutes twice a day
– Use a soft-bristled brush with a small head to access all teeth
– Floss once a day to get rid of excess bacteria
– Drink plenty of fluoridated tap water
– Rinse your mouth out after meals or chew sugarless gum
– Visit your dentist every six months
– Wear a mouthguard when playing sport
– Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables
– Limit your sugar intake
– Avoid using tobacco products

If you have any pain, inflammation, bleeding gums or increased sensitivity book in to see your dentist as soon as possible.

During a check-up, your dentist will examine any hard-to-reach places, conduct x-rays to check for cavities between your teeth, perform a thorough clean and give you a fluoride treatment.

It’s important to remember that failing to visit your dentist regularly can impact more than just your teeth. An unhealthy mouth with problems like gum disease may increase your chances of other issues and conditions. With this in mind, visiting your dentist will cement not only healthy oral hygiene habits that will keep you smiling, but also prevent bad breath, tooth decay, gum disease and other dental-related problems.

Book An Appointment With Us Today

Contact us today on (07) 3060 8424 or 0432 277 707
for booking your appointment with our oral hygienist. We help in developing a thorough dental health routine for you. You can also fill our online form to book an appointment with us.

Disclaimer

This piece of content is not a substitute for professional diagnosis, advice, or treatment. Always seek advice from a qualified healthcare practitioner or local dentist before deciding any types of surgical or invasive procedure.