Dental Hygiene


‘Oral health and overall health are interlinked’.

Is the statement true or false?
Answer: True.

Oral health is critical to overall well-being. The mouth is the gateway to the body’s inner system, and a lack of dental hygiene can make the oral cavity a breeding ground for harmful bacteria. Several studies point to the link between oral infections and diseases of other organs. For example, periodontal disease can raise the risk of heart attack and stroke.

So, ensuring your teeth and gums are always healthy is essential.

Why Our Dental Hygiene Services Better Support Your Oral Health

Oral hygiene is more than just routine brushing and flossing. It requires the correct brushing techniques to remove plaque, or the results will be unsatisfactory. Plaque buildup eventually leads to inflammation or disease. Regular dental check-ups and dental hygienist services are essential to ensure optimal oral hygiene.

All dental procedures, whether Aesthetic, Restorative, Orthodontic or Periodontal treatments, start with a General Dentist consultation followed by an appointment with a Dental Hygienist. Our renowned dental care and treatments are based on the following best practices:

Care and education: American Hospital Dental Institute’s skilled dental hygienists provide comprehensive dental care services and educate you to master the proper techniques.
We promote preventive care: Apart from following proper dental hygiene at home, it is essential to go in for regular dental cleanings as a preventative approach. It is the best defence for dental protection, and in the hands of our experienced dental hygienists, your teeth will enjoy the highest quality of cleaning, plaque and surface stain removal.
We provide proactive care: Our dental hygienists focus on oral disease prevention, advice on maintenance for perfect teeth and gum conditions, and determine the root of existing oral health problems by spotting early signs, e.g., diabetes, stress, lack of nutrients in the body, acid reflux, obstructive sleep apnea, etc.
We use the most advanced tools and techniques safely and effectively: Complete dental hygiene means reaching areas in the mouth that are challenging to clean. Our highly skilled dental hygienists do precision scaling and polishing (or prophylaxis), meticulous plaque and tartar removal and smoothing of the tooth roots to promote gum tissue healing.

  • Deep cleanings may be recommended for patients with gum disease or advanced plaque buildup.

Complete Range of Dental Hygiene Care: From Teeth Whitening and other clean-ups to treating Gingivitis, Periodontitis, Bleeding gums, Bad breath (Halitosis), Bruxism (Teeth Grinding), Teeth Sensitivity and Cosmetic Treatments, we offer the full spectrum of services.
Holistic Approach: We are committed to your dental health and don’t stop at just a clean-up. Our Dental Hygienists also investigate the root cause of your oral health issues, ensuring you receive support to address the underlying problems.

Oral Health Education and Home Care Instruction: Our dental hygienists are passionate about educating you on oral hygiene and provide personalized home care recommendations tailored to your condition. They will assess your oral health needs, evaluate your brushing and flossing techniques, and offer guidance on the most effective methods for maintaining a clean and healthy mouth.
Patient-Specific Treatment Plans: Our dental hygienists collaborate with our dentists to develop personalized treatment plans based on your oral health history, risk factors for dental issues, and existing conditions.

Benefits of the Dental Hygiene:

  • Fresh breath
  • Shiny teeth
  • Healthy gums
  • Gum pockets reduction
  • General health improvement
  • Boost self-confidence.

Our Dental Hygienists deliver the following services:

  • Mouth screening
  • Oral cancer screening (to detect its early signs)
  • Gum pockets probing
  • Scaling and polishing
  • Harmful biofilm and calculus removal
  • Coffee, tea and nicotine stains removal
  • Home care recommendations to enhance brushing techniques
  • Mineral varnish application
  • Laser gum therapy for gum disinfection
  • Oral biofilm control
  • Oral prophylaxis
  • Laser gum therapy
  • Teeth whitening
    Bruxism supportive treatment
  • Dental kinesio-taping (to provide supportive relief from pain).

How often should you visit a Dental Hygienist?

It is essential to visit the Dental Hygienist every six months. Patients with periodontal problems might be advised to come more often for biofilm accumulation control.

The signs to watch out for are:

  • Gum bleeding while brushing or flossing
  • Swollen, sensitive gums
  • Bad breath
  • Tight spaces between teeth that prevent flossing
  • Teeth sensitivity.

We Help You Maintain Lifelong Best Dental Hygiene

Tailored oral hygiene guarantees a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums. American Hospital Dental Institute’s world-class treatments, care and guidance help you maintain excellent oral health, preventing diseases and dental debilitation.

Our Dental Hygienists offer the most effective procedures, education and awareness to empower you to take control of your dental health lifelong.

Call us at +971 43775500 to schedule an appointment with our Dental Hygienist and begin your dental health journey.



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