Healthy teeth with dental hygiene
For healthy, strong teeth and healthy mucous membranes of the oral cavity, proper oral hygiene is very important.

The best prevention of tooth decay is regular professional brushing of teeth, and this is precisely dental hygiene.

Dental hygiene is an effective therapeutic - a preventive method that helps protect teeth from:

  • tooth decay
  • prevents the development of inflammatory diseases in the oral cavity
  • loss of teeth

How often should dental hygiene be undergo?

Visits are individual depending on the patient, dental condition and dental hygiene.

  • it is usually 2 times a year, this also applies to children under 18 years of age
  • in patients suffering from increased dental stone formation and periodontitis, it is recommended 2-4 times a year
  • pregnant women are recommended at least twice during pregnancy.

Dental hygiene is not painful in itself, but each person has a different pain threshold, for someone it can be more unpleasant for someone at all.

The condition of the patient's teeth and gums plays a big role, e.g. if the patient has exposed dental cervix sensitivity in hygiene will of course be higher.


Is preparation needed before dental hygiene is needed?

It is not necessary to specially prepare, however, it should be a matter of course that the patient brushes his teeth before visiting.

Dental hygiene procedure:

  • assessment of bleeding of the gums
  • dental cleaning drills and instruction and individual recommendation of dental devices
  • removal of tartar by sonication and, if necessary, by hand with brushes
  • polishing – polishing with prophylactic paste and brush
  • sandblasting teeth using an airflow method that removes hairs, pigments and replaces the original color of the enamel
  • fluoridation of teeth