Gum Treatment & Dental HYGIENE

At The Brace Orthodontic Practice, we don’t just focus on your teeth - we make sure your gums are healthy too! Our resident Periodontist, Dr Dominiki Chatzopoulou, alongside our hygienist Iqra Ishfaq offer private sessions to help treat gum disease in our orthodontic patients and keep your mouth as healthy as can be.

For most of us, brushing and flossing isn’t always enough as it can be quite difficult to reach some areas, therefore regular appointments with a hygienist are needed.

Plaque and tartar may lead to gum disease and subsequently tooth loss. There are some evidence that this could lead to heart disease.

Gum Treatment

DentalHygiene Service

Clean teeth are essential for an attractive smile and they also help us to look and feel great about ourselves. No matter how good your brushing is, most of us will get some build-up of tartar.

Tartar can only be removed by a dental professional using specialist equipment. It is a form of deep clean. Brushing and flossing isn’t always enough and regular appointments with a hygienist are needed to maintain your smile.

Tartar build up on your teeth can lead to gum disease which causes tooth loss. Gum disease has been proven to be associated with many medical conditions including heart disease if not treated for a long period of time.

Regular visits to the hygienist not only help to keep your teeth long term but also contribute to your medical wellbeing. For some of us, we would need one session once every 3–6 months.

Ultrasonic scaling is the gold standard in the dental industry which costs £86 per session on both arches.

More about our Hygienist, Iqra

Gum treatment

How do I know if I have gum disease?

Some of the warning signs of gum disease include:

  • Red, swollen or tender gums
  • Bleeding while brushing, flossing, or eating hard food
  • Receding gum lines
  • Loose or separating teeth
  • Pus between your teeth and gums
  • Sores in your mouth
  • Persistent bad breath
  • A change in your bite
  • A change in the fit of partial dentures

Gum treatment

Gum or Periodontal Specialist

For more severe gum disease treatment, you will need to see a specialist, known as as Periodontist.

More about Dr Chatzopoulou

Gum treatment

 

Gum treatments - our prices

Private patient gum treatment fees

Treatment Total fees
Periodontal Consultation £155
NON SURGICAL PERIODONTAL THERAPY (PER QUADRANT) £240
NON SURGICAL PERIODONTAL THERAPY (UPPER AND LOWER GUMS) £960
Periodontal review and maintenance £155

Book a free consultation

Your first consultation is completely free. There is no refundable booking fee so no need for your card details when you book an appointment. It is important that you get all the facts right to help you make an informed choice.

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15 Artillery Passage
London
E1 7LJ
United Kingdom

0207 247 5768 3 minutes from Liverpool Street Station

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