Gentle Hygiene Appointments

Introduction to hygiene appointments

Beyond the bright and healthy smiles they help create, dental hygienists play a crucial role in preventing dental problems. Regular brushing, flossing, and professional cleanings by dental hygienists help remove plaque and tartar build-up, which are the main cause of tooth decay and gum disease.

By promoting good oral hygiene practices, our hygienists contribute to better overall health, as oral health is closely linked to conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. Regular visits to a dental hygienist can lead to a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums!

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Why choose us?

At Broadway Dental Boutique, your oral health is our priority, and we strive to make each hygiene appointment a comfortable experience. Our highly skilled dental hygienists are passionate about delivering personalised care that suits your needs. With a strong focus on preventive dentistry, we aim to help you maintain a healthy smile all year round.

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What To Expect

What happens during a hygiene appointment?

  • Assessing Your Gums

    The first stage of the appointment involves us assessing your gums, this helps us to get an accurate picture of your situation, so we know which areas need the most attention.

  • Teeth & Gum Cleaning

    Next, we do a thorough cleaning that’ll leave your teeth and gums bacteria-free, we also lift off surface stains which will leave your teeth looking brighter!

  • Oral Health Tips

    At the end of your appointment, your hygienist will give you advice on how to maintain healthy teeth & gums at home, tailored to you and your needs.

Our Pricing

Hygiene appointment pricing

We offer a membership plan, that includes 2 hygiene appointments a year, so you can spread the cost of your routine treatment.

Single hygiene appointment

How often do I need to see a hygienist?

Typically, you should have an appointment every six months, but depending on your oral hygiene, it could be as frequent as every three months. This will be tailored to you at your appointment, depending on your needs. Our dental membership makes it easier to keep on top of regular hygiene appointments.

Noticed bleeding gums?

It’s worth arranging to see a hygienist, our team can book hygiene appointments by phone, email or you can book online.

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“Went for a scale and polish treatment. Third one so far with Broadway Dental Boutique but best treatment ever!! Ileigha Beagle (my hygienist) was very professional and explained everything so clearly and accurately. Exceptional customer service. If you want to be treated like a patient by professionals who really know what they are doing and not just be treated as a customer and get you in and out then these are the people you want to be handing your money over to!”


Hygiene appointment frequently asked questions

Is a hygiene appointment painful?

A hygiene appointment should not be painful. In fact, it is designed to improve your oral health and prevent discomfort or pain caused by dental issues. Our team is dedicated to ensuring a comfortable and positive experience for all our patients, especially those who may feel nervous about dental visits.

We understand that dental anxiety is common, and our team is experienced in working with nervous patients. We take great care to be gentle during hygiene appointments, using the latest techniques to minimise any discomfort

How long does a hygiene appointment typically last?

A single hygiene appointment usually lasts up to 30 minutes, but it can vary based on individual needs.

Are hygiene appointments only for adults, or should children have them too?

Our hygienist recommend regular appointments for children, once their adult teeth come through.

What if I have dental anxiety or fear of the dentist?

If you have dental anxiety or fear of the dentist, our team is here to support you. We prioritise compassionate care, and gentle techniques to ensure your comfort. Your well-being is our top concern, and we’ll work with you to make your dental visit as stress-free as possible.