Dental hygiene

Clean your gums, polish your teeth & freshen your breath with hygiene services.

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  • A quick way to clean your teeth and gums
  • Freshen your breath by removing stubborn food deposits
  • Prevent gum disease, inflammation and tooth loss
Dental hygiene services are a great way to keep your teeth clean, keep your breath fresh and keep gum disease at bay.

During each appointment we’ll check for signs of gum disease, inflammation and bleeding. We’ll remove any plaque and tartar and advise you on your oral health routine to prevent future build-ups.

Our popular cleaning & hygiene services help to prevent long term problems such as root inflammation or tooth loss that may need more comprehensive & costly treatments in the future.

Your dental hygiene options…
NHS scale

An NHS scale is a quick & effective way of removing plaque and tartar deposits that build up around the teeth. An NHS scale is performed during a dental checkup if it is clinically necessary.

Dental hygienist appointment

An dental hygienist appointment is a full mouth scale and debridement, a full mouth polish and oral hygiene instruction with a dental hygienist who specialises in Periodontal (gum) treatment. You can choose from a 20 or 30 minute appointment.

AirFlow Polish

An AirFlow Polish appointment is a separate treatment that uses a mix of water, compressed air and fine powder particles to remove tooth surface stains such as general discolouration and brown smokers stains.

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    I was so happy with the results. Throughout the process Dr Sacranie put me at ease and answered all my questions.

    November 2016

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    Frequently asked questions

    Does it hurt?

    A hygiene appointment doesn’t hurt, but you may feel a little discomfort if we have a lot of plaque to remove or if you’re showing signs of gum disease. If you are concerned about pain, please ask the Dentist or Hygienist about a Local Anaesthetic. Rest assured we do our best to make your appointment as comfortable as possible.

    How long are the appointments?

    Appointments can be anywhere between 20 – 30 minutes, depending on the level of service you require.

    How often should I see the hygienist?

    This depends on the state of your teeth and gums. We have patients who visit us quarterly whereas others visit once or twice a year.

    Can my child see the hygienist?

    Seeing the hygienist is a great idea once your childs’ adult teeth have come through. It will also give us an opportunity to advise them on cleaning their teeth to help prevent costly treatments in the future.

    Are your hygienists qualified?

    Yes. We employ fully qualified and experienced dental hygienists who are trained specifically in providing this service. They are all members of the General Dental Council and the British Dental Association. You can meet our hygienists here.

    What are the costs?

    A full list of our services and pricing is published here. Many patients join Denplan to help spread the costs of their dental treatments.

    Where are we?

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    Contact details

    0121 749 4980
    reception@waterortondentalcentre.co.uk

    5 Station Buildings, Birmingham Road, Water Orton, Birmingham, B46 1SR

    Opening hours

    Mon: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
    Tue: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
    Wed: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
    Thu: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
    Fri: 8am - 2pm
    Please note the practice is closed for Bank Holiday’s

    Water Orton Dental Centre
    Dr Zubair Sacranie BDS MFDS RCSEd MMed Sci (Dental Implantology) & Associates

    Water Orton Dental Centre Remains Open - National Lockdown Announcement 31st October 2020

    Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced second national lockdown due to the rising number of cases of Covid-19.

    We will still be open. There are no restrictions with regards to medical treatment and you are actively encouraged to keep your appointments. At Water Orton Dental Centre we have all the necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and will continue to follow our high standards in cross infection control.

    What next?
    Please continue to attend your appointments. We have excellent infection control procedures along with a robust triaging policy to ensure the safety of both patients and staff.

    If you are worried about your attendance please contact us to discuss your concerns and we can always postpone your treatment till a later date.

    We continue to recommend that patients in the high-risk category delay non-essential treatment until further guidance has been given by the relevant authorities.

    When you arrive:
    We advise that you wear a mask at all times while inside the dental practice and only remove your mask at the request of the dental professional. We will continue to check your temperature and if this is above 37.8C, you will be advised to rebook your treatment and to follow government guidelines. Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes early for an appointment due to social distancing guidelines.

    As you enter the building you will need to use the alcohol disinfectant rub to disinfectant your hands.

    The treatment rooms will be prepared prior to your appointment with all surfaces disinfected after each patient.
    We have sourced PPE and unlike the start of the Pandemic (March 2020 in the UK), there is no shortage.

    Please do not be concerned as we continue to maintain high standards of cross infection control.

    Stay safe and please contact us if you have any questions.

    Kind regards
    Water Orton Dental Centre

    Thank you for your patience.
    Mrs Danni Phoenix - Practice Manager

    Water Orton Dental Centre