What is a dental hygienist?
Signs of gum disease include bad breath, swollen and bleeding gums, and eventually may lead to tooth loss. The more advanced cases of gum disease may require an appointment with our in-house periodontist (gum specialist.) who is able to offer a wider range of treatment, including surgical gum treatments.
Latest research has identified two-way links between gum disease and other conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and dementia, thus emphasising that oral hygiene is vital for overall health. At the Mews, where our ethos surrounds holistic care, overall health is something we strive to achieve. Our multidisciplinary team of dentists, hygienists, specialists and on site doctors will work together to prevent periodontal (gum) disease and maintain meticulous oral health.
Dental Hygienists FAQ
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The Mews Practice offer an optional membership which includes 7 day access to GP appointments and 10% discount on selected services within the Practice.
All services are also available to non-members.
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