To support individuals with oral hygiene maintenance, we run a Fresh Breath Clinic at Sparkle Dental Boutique near Brentford. Although you may be thoroughly cleaning your teeth, you may be unaware of developing oral conditions.
As part of our Fresh Breath Clinic, we offer a range of screening and treatments to improve oral health. We aim to provide early intervention treatment in prevention of oral diseases.
During oral hygiene assessment at the Fresh Breath Clinic, we screen for signs of tooth decay and gum disease. We also encourage individuals to discuss any oral health concerns they may have. Symptoms of tooth decay include presence of plaque and tartar, tooth cavities and dental infection. Teeth may appear yellow or brown in colour. Bleeding, red and swollen gums including bad breath are signs of gum disease.
At our Fresh Breath Clinic we provide choices in dental treatment programmes that include hygiene therapy, periodontal therapy and air abrasion dental stain removal.
Hygiene therapy is about helping you maintain good oral hygiene standards. Many of us need help with professional teeth cleaning by a dental hygienist because of plaque growth in hard-to-reach tooth grooves, suffer from bad breath, wear dentures, or are correcting teeth misalignment with a braces system. Smokers may require additional support to prevent development of gum disease and smoker’s breath.
Periodontal therapy aims to prevent periodontitis and help those suffering from periodontal disease to maintain their oral health. Periodontal disease starts as gingivitis or gum inflammation. If not treated, the gum inflammation may develop into periodontitis leading to loss of the periodontal ligament and teeth.
Air abrasion dental stain removal uses compressed air with aluminium oxide powder to remove tooth stains caused by foods, beverages, and smoking. Teeth feel much cleaner and smoother, and the mouth more fresh.
Sparkle Dental Boutique 311 Boston Road Hanwell, Ealing London, W7 2AT
020 8567 4344
Monday to Friday:
8.30am – 5.00pm
9.00am – 4.00pm