Mobile Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surfaces.
During this procedure, vaseline or a liquid rubber dam is applied over the gums to protect them, and a bleaching product is painted onto your teeth. Then a light is shone on the teeth to activate the chemical. The light speeds up the reaction of the whitening product and the colour change can be achieved more quickly.
Polishing & Stain Removal
Tooth polishing is a dental procedure that leaves your tooth enamel glossy and smooth. At many dental offices, it’s a standard part of a routine cleaning appointment.
Tooth polishing doesn’t just have a cosmetic benefit for your teeth. This procedure, when paired with dental scaling, can freshen your breath and help you avoid tooth decay.
Mobile Teeth Cleaning
For adults who have healthy teeth and gums, or early signs of gingivitis without bone loss, regular cleanings are required (twice a year).
If you have gum disease, you will also need this treatment. This cleaning includes scaling and root planing. These procedures clean between the gums, teeth, and onto the roots (recommended every three to four months).
During the procedure, we will use an ultrasonic and manual scaler to remove plaque, tartar, and bacteria. We will also polish your teeth followed by a fluoride treatment.
Dental sealants are plastic coatings that are usually placed on the chewing (occlusal) surface of the permanent back teeth — the molars and premolars — to help protect them from decay.
Fluoride is a natural mineral that builds strong teeth and prevents cavities.Fluoride is especially helpful if you’re at high risk of developing dental caries, or cavities. Cavities occur when bacteria build up on teeth and gums and form a sticky layer of plaque. Plaque produces an acid that erodes teeth and gum tissue. If the plaque breaks down the enamel layer, bacteria can infect and harm the nerves and blood at the core of the tooth.
Mobile Child Teeth Cleaning
Children should have their first dental hygiene checkup when they are six months old or following the eruption of their first tooth. By the time a child is three or four years old, they will need regular teeth cleanings (twice a year).
These teeth cleanings cater to young kids to make them feel comfortable. During children's teeth cleanings, we will assess the child’s dental health and discuss how to improve it with the parents or guardians.
BSc, RDH, Owner of Mobile Dental Hygiene
Dental Assistant, Owner of Mobile Dental Hygiene
I had the best cleaning experience with these awesome people! They went above and beyond attending my home and making me feel comfortable. I even got to borrow their phone to listen to music. The visit was surprisingly lengthy as they spent extra time chatting with me. They are my go to dental hygienists from now on! Very cute polite couple! The goodie bag at the end was icing on the cake. Highly recommend