Welcome on your journey to better dental
health with Andrew Lee Dental Practice.
We recommend you visit us at your
appropriate recall interval to give your
teeth and gums the support they need.
During your hygiene appointment in
Warwickshire, we will clean your teeth and
gums thoroughly to get rid of plaque,
stains and calculus.
If any problems are identified during your routine examination, our team will explain the diagnosis and what treatment options are available. We will provide a clear cost breakdown for the treatment, so that you can make an informed decision on how to proceed from there.
You can book your next routine checkup at Andrew Lee Dental Practice in just three easy steps:
1. Check out our website to find out where our clinic is
2. Contact our front desk to make an appointment with one of our highly trained dentists in Warwickshire
3. Walk into our practice and enjoy your experience
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In general, you should aim to make appointments with your dental hygienist between 1 and 2 times every year. If you switch back and forth between cleanings and dental checkups, this should ensure your teeth are well looked after and that any dental issues can be detected as soon as they appear.
No, the standard scale and polish treatment shouldn’t usually hurt. If you experience any pain or discomfort during your treatment, we can try to identify the source of your discomfort and then use a local anaesthetic to make your experience more comfortable.
The first rule of dental hygiene is that you have to brush your teeth at least twice a day. Brush carefully for at least two minutes and cover both your top and bottom teeth. If you pair this with regular visits to the dentist to identify any more serious problems with your oral health, then you should have nothing to worry about.
A teeth cleaning is a professional dental cleaning that is performed by a professional hygienist. It is generally recommended that everyone has this type of cleaning every six months. On the other hand, a checkup is a more comprehensive exam that is performed by a dentist and may include X-rays, an examination of the teeth and gums, and a conversation about your overall oral health.
The key to maintaining good dental hygiene is prevention. If you spot the signs of decay or gum disease early, you can help protect your teeth in the long term. Your dentist or dental therapist will do a thorough evaluation of your teeth and gums at each appointment and will discuss the available options if treatment is required.
It’s essential to pay regular visits to your dentist to make sure your gums and teeth stay healthy. Your dentist should discuss with you often you need to attend your check-up appointments, which should be anywhere between 3 and 24 months.