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We Welcome You to DentalHygienist.London

We are a team of expert dental hygienists in London. Our dental hygiene specialist, Nicole Sadler, uses innovative treatment methods by focusing on the prevention than cure. We can enhance your dental health and prevent gum diseases with our advanced teeth cleaning procedures. We offer comprehensive teeth cleaning services, including scaling and polishing and Airflow polishing. Additionally, we provide teeth whitening treatments for a brighter and whiter smile.

Your attractive smile is the keystone of a healthy life. Our hygienists will remove surface stains and plaque using through cleaning. We also offer valuable advice on maintaining good oral hygiene to prevent gum disease. Whether you need routine dental care or specialised treatment, we provide you with the highest standard of care in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Make us your true partner in achieving and maintaining the most beautiful smile for life.

You may give us a call or book your online appointment with our experienced dental hygienist in London to improve oral health. We ensure your dental hygiene session will be comfortable and relaxed at our modern dental hygiene center.

Treatments We Offer

Preventive Dentistry

Preventive Dentistry primarily focuses on maintaining dental health to prevent oral concerns before they arise. Our approach includes routine check-ups, personalized care plans tailored to the needs of patients, and professional advice on oral hygiene. This proactive service is key to maintaining long-term dental health and avoiding complex treatments in the future.

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Teeth Cleaning

Our Teeth Cleaning with advanced Airflow Polishing offers comprehensive and deep cleaning to combat tooth decay and gum disease. Our hygienists eliminate tartar, plaque, and stains for thorough cleaning of your mouth in hard-to-reach areas. By undergoing routine sessions to maintain your dental health, you can keep your teeth clean and white.

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Periodontal Treatment

Periodontal treatment is primarily for patients with gum disease. This service includes thorough cleaning of the root surface to remove tartar and plaque from deep periodontal pockets and reduce bleeding and inflammation. Our compassionate approach ensures patient comfort while effectively treating and managing gum health.

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Teeth Whitening

Our Teeth Whitening provides an effective and safe way to brighten your smile. By using the latest whitening techniques, we can remove discolorations and stains, restoring the natural whiteness of your teeth. This cosmetic treatment is quick, painless, and can significantly improve the overall aesthetics of your smile by boosting your confidence level.

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When You Need to Visit a Dental Hygienist

Prevent Gum Disease

Your routine visits to a hygienist can help detect gum disease at an early stage. It can prevent extreme symptoms such as bad breath, tooth loss, bleeding, and painful gums while teaching effective prevention methods.

Fight Bad Breath

A dental hygienist addresses the exact cause of bad breath, usually linked to a buildup of plaque or bacteria. This provides an effective solution that regular brushing cannot achieve.

Regain your Whiter Smile

Hygienists eliminate tough external stains that occur from tea, coffee, tobacco, and other substances effectively. This is something regular brushing cannot remove to restore the natural whiteness of your teeth.

Early Detection of Oral Cancer

Hygienists play a vital role in the early detection of oral cancer. They provide advice on lessening risk factors and offer screenings, especially important for those at higher risk due to alcohol consumption, smoking, or HPV infection.

Book a Consultation

Take the first step towards improving your oral health!

Call us now or Book an online appointment with our experienced London hygienists who are dedicated to improving your oral well-being. Experience comfort and relaxation at our dental hygiene center for a journey towards a healthier smile!

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Wednesday9AM - 6PM
  • Thursday8.30 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday9 AM - 5 PM
  • Saturday10 AM - 2 PM

Step By Step Dental Hygiene Treatment Procedure

  • Step 1

Regular Oral Examination

This involves evaluating the condition of your mouth, teeth, gums, and screening for any signs of oral cancer. Our hygienist inquires about your general health and any mouth-related problems since your last visit. X-rays are taken to assess hidden problems.

  • Step 2

Health Issues Identification and Treatment Plan

The hygienist informs the patient of any developing dental concerns, such as tooth decay or cavities, and provides advice on a treatment plan. Cleaning the teeth may help detect other health concerns that require attention.

  • Step 3

Professional Cleaning

This step is aimed at removing stubborn stains, tartar, and plaque, with the added benefit of Airflow Polishing. It helps in preventing gum diseases like periodontitis and gingivitis. After scaling and polishing, instructions for improved oral hygiene and scheduling of the next appointment are provided.

  • Step 4

Oral Hygiene Instructions

The hygienist provides personalized guidance on proper brushing, flossing techniques, and the use of oral care tools such as interdental brushes or mouthwash.

Meet Our Dental Hygienist

Nicole Sadler

Graduated as a hygienist from Kings College University London in 2005.

Nicole, has experience working with both adults and children, and is especially good at helping nervous patients feel at ease with her informal and friendly manner. She also has an amazing ability to identify individual patient needs and provide a more personalised course of treatment for each patient.


Why Choose Us?

  • Expertise

    Our hygienists are well-trained and stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in dental hygiene to offer you the best care possible.

  • Patient-Centric

    Your comfort and satisfaction are our top priority, and we spend sufficient time understanding your needs and tailoring our services accordingly.

  • Cutting-Edge

    We invest in the latest equipment and techniques to ensure you receive the most effective treatment.

  • Convenient

    Our clinic is conveniently located in the heart of London, making it easy to access top-notch oral care.

  • Affordable Cost

    We believe everyone deserves access to quality dental hygiene. Our rates are competitive and transparent, with no hidden fees.

Book a Consultation

Maximize your oral health with our all-inclusive dental plan, which covers two yearly checkups and thorough mouth cleanings. Book your appointment with our hygienists now for routine care.

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Wednesday9AM - 6PM
  • Thursday8.30 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday9 AM - 5 PM
  • Saturday10 AM - 2 PM

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Extensive Hygiene


What Our Patients Say


Yes, we are accepting new private patients and welcome kids too.

YES, with our 'Direct Access', we allow patients to visit us who are registered with other practice. We provide quality service and oral hygiene education to patients at the clinic.

Our hygienist checks for the condition of your teeth and gums and evaluate your dental health. They need to discuss and give advice on diet for maintaining good oral health at home by using proper brush.

Our opening times at the clinic are:

  • Monday: 9AM - 6PM
  • Tuesday: 9AM - 6PM
  • Wednesday: 9AM - 6PM
  • Thursday: 8.30AM - 7PM
  • Friday: 9AM - 5PM
  • Saturday: 10AM - 2PM
  • Sunday Closed

The main difference between a dentist and a hygienist is that a hygienist is specialised in cleaning, polishing and scaling teeth while a dentist can treat as well as restore your teeth and gums. The dentists and hygienists are registered dental professionals and the hygienist provides suitable treatment for the prevention of gum disease.

When looking for a dental hygienist near me, we provide the following suggestions:

  • Ask family members, neighbors, friends or co-workers to seek for recommendations.
  • Ask family doctor or local pharmacist.
  • Ask your dentist to provide some recommendation.
  • Look online.

Good oral hygiene means taking care of your teeth and gums which include proper cleaning routine and a diet without large amounts of sugary foods. If the teeth do not hurt and your gums are not bleeding or swollen, then you will probably have good dental hygiene. You can use an electric toothbrush and flossing to clean teeth thoroughly and clean hard to reach areas.

It is necessary to maintain proper dental hygiene and prevent serious dental complications from taking place. If gum disease occurs and it is not treated on time, then this can worsen high blood sugar level and heart disease. After getting proper dental care and treatment at our clinic, you can maintain good hygiene habits. This ensures your treatment won’t be affected and lead to serious concerns. For example, composite veneers get stained like your teeth and so, good oral health can keep your teeth glow like white color.

How will I maintain good oral hygiene?

Maintaining good dental hygiene can help to lessen the risk associated with gum disease. This can affect your teeth and mouth as bacteria can enter into the bloodstream and lead to serious problems all over the body.

When you see a hygienist regularly, this may help to improve your tooth and dental health. At the same time, this can increase your overall quality of life. Dental examinations and mouth cleanings can help to:

  • Prevent the problem of tooth decay
  • Eliminate halitosis
  • Protect against tooth loss and gum disease
  • Attractive and healthy smile

Though your teeth may appear to be in good condition, there can be several dental problems. Some oral health complications cannot be detected from naked eyes and you need to see a hygienist for in-depth examination to ensure everything is progressing well. Hard and soft tissue can help to maintain areas and prevent the problem of oral cavity.

Yes, when you have cleaned properly, you need to avoid taking stained foods for at least two hours. This may include – tea, coffee, cigarettes, red wine, beetroot, etc.

Plaque is a kind of bacteria which adheres easily onto your teeth. This soft and sticky material leads to gum disease and tooth decay. It is necessary to eliminate soft plaque with brushing and flossing to prevent the problem of tooth decay and oral disease. If you do not clean plaque is daily, it becomes hard and turns into tartar.

Tartar or calculus is hard calcified deposit that adheres strongly to your teeth. The tartar builds onto itself and may adhere to the tooth above and below the gumline. If it is not scaled off completely, it can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. Tartar is quite hard and cannot come off with brushing or flossing. But you need a trained professional to remove it without damaging gums or tooth surface.

Some dentists perform this kind of work but the hygienist has been trained to carry out hygiene therapies and spend longer time with you. They will encourage as well as motivate you on how to look after the teeth and gums.

There will be the buildup of a sticky film of plague on the teeth all through the day. This consists of bacteria which can be turned into an acid and reacts with the sugar in our food. The plaque can be removed by brushing teeth two times in a day but you would be able to clean hard-to-reach areas. When the plaque forms in due course, it gets hardened into a substance which is called tartar or calculus. Being a hard substance, it is difficult to remove through brushing and this is when the scale and polish method comes in.

No, the scale and polish procedure won’t hurt, but you might feel unusual sensations within your mouth. This will include a tickling feeling or scraping sensation in the gums. You can use a numbing gel when you feel nervous about the dental pain. If you are extremely worried about the scale and polish to be painful, then you need to speak with the receptionist for booking your appointment and they will inform your dental hygienist about it.

Individual can experience pain for one to two days after thorough cleaning. Teeth sensitivity is common and your gums might be tender, swollen and bleed. In order to avoid infection, you can ease the pain by mouth rinsing. You need to see a dentist for follow up visit and ensure the gums heal properly.

More dental treatments are suggested if you require a deeper cleaning. Good dental care at home can keep your gum disease from either becoming serious or recurring. An individual should brush teeth two times in a day by using soft brush. Make sure you clean between the teeth regularly, avoid taking tobacco and take a well-balanced diet as well as see a dentist, as and when needed.

According to dental experts, both kids and adults should perform teeth cleaning and mouth examination two times in a year. Patients who have a past history of periodontal disease or another recurring oral disease will need to perform frequent treatments.

Our mouth is full of bacteria and different forms of bacteria seem to be beneficial for your dental health, while some can be really damaging. When there are harmful bacteria on the teeth, they produce acids which can erode the enamel and break down and inflame gums. This can lead to tooth decay, periodontal disease, tooth loss and discoloration. Other oral diseases might develop from these conditions and make sure you maintain good hygiene habits at home. At the same time, you should do oral cleanings regularly to eliminate plaque, tartar and bacteria from your mouth. This can keep your teeth and gums strong and healthy.

You should be comfortable when cleaning teeth from the professionals. There are effective methods and latest technologies to prevent or lessen the pain. When you suffer from gum disease, then a scale may be uncomfortable for some though this varies as per the severity of the disease and your mouth. If the treatment is not suitable, then you should inform the hygienist about it. There are suitable steps a hygienist can take and ensure you stay comfortable. We will make it a relaxing experience for you and give anesthetic whether local or topical to all our patients.

This can be anytime between 3 months to every year. Since each person is different, so the mouth will be different too. So, it will depend on how well or unwell you keep your mouth and how you follow home care routine. If the gums bleed at the time of brushing, flossing or eating, then you need to visit a hygienist as the gum disease can occur again.

The bone and gums form the foundation for your teeth and taking proper care is important for your oral health. The bacteria might accumulate on the teeth regularly and the hygienist removes harmful calculus and plaque to maintain dental health. You need to see your hygienist regularly and keep your teeth in good condition. This can help in giving you fresh breath and improving your overall appearance.

Your teeth should not hurt after thorough cleaning. Some people might suffer from some tenderness ore sensitivity afterwards though this should do away in one to two days. This will actually depend on what gum disease occurs and how complex it can be. When you experience pain after thorough cleaning, then you need to call your hygienist who can give the best advice for your case.

A teeth cleaning may last somewhere between 30 minutes to one hour. At this time, you need to lie back in a comfortable chair while we will assess the condition of your teeth. We try to remove plaque and tartar before the enamel will be polished by using an abrasive paste.

The private treatment differs from one practice to the other and different parts of the country. At our clinic, you can expect to pay between £89 and £130 for a dental hygienist.

Patients’ needs may differ and we feel great pride in ensuring that the length of any appointment should be customised for your requirements. The appointment timing will be somewhere between 30 to 45 minutes.