Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist in London

At Museum Dental Suites in London, our dental hygienist carry out a teeth cleaning by scaling and polishing to remove the surface stains on your teeth. This will help to prevent gum disease and provide a better dental hygiene. Most of our patients really look forward to their dental hygiene appointments because of the great clean feeling they have after each appointment that gives a great boost to their self confidence.

Our Dental Hygienist

Dr. Robiha Nazir - Museum Dental Suites GDC Number 6576

Robiha Nazir

Robiha is our highly experienced hygienist at the Museum Dental Suite. She graduated from the Newcastle University in 2004 and since then, has been working with a string of renowned dental clinics. As a member of the prestigious British Society for Hygiene and Therapy, she possesses commendable skills as a professional hygienist and has developed a unique ability in handling nervous patients. Apart from handling professional responsibilities Robiha keeps herself busy with updating her qualification and skills. Her hard work and dedication enabled Robiha to get shortlisted for the Dental Hygienist Award 2012.

Most Effective Dental Hygiene Procedures

Flash Pearl Polish - Hygiene Treatment:

The Flash Pearl Polish is a standard hygiene treatment but also incorporates a stain removal process using the airflow machine. This machine works by using fine air-polishing powder that will tackle and remove the heavier staining that can be caused by smoking or the stains left by drinking coffee or tea. This treatment is also a particular favourite with patients who suffer with sensitive teeth because they usually find this air and water cleaning very gentle on their sensitive teeth.

Follow the Advice of the Hygienist - Keeping Your Teeth and Gums Healthy:

At the end of your dental hygiene appointment, the hygienist will give you personalised advice about how best to care for your teeth and how to optimise your dental health at home. They will advise on how to use dental floss optimally, the right angle to hold your toothbrush and the best toothbrush to use. Along with the hygienist, your regular dental appointments will ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthy.

Your dental hygienist will advise on:

  • The most effective brushing and flossing or your teeth
  • How best to prevent the gum diseases periodontitis and gingivitis
  • Ways to prevent bad tastes or halitosis (bad breath)
  • The link between some gum diseases and other health problems e.g. heart disease

A dental hygiene appointment at Museum Dental Suites will be available for all our patients at their suitable time. It will normally take about thirty minutes. For your convenience we now offer Saturday appointments for our hygienist, this is a popular time slot and booking early is recommended. For your convenience we now offer Saturday appointments for our hygienist, this is a popular time slot and booking early is recommended,

If you have not been for a check-up in the last two years or if you are not registered with us, our dental hygienist will ask you to sign a consent form and also complete a medical history document that should be submitted prior to your appointment with us.

FAQs on Oral Hygiene:

How can I maintain a good oral hygiene?

In order to maintain a sound oral hygiene you must follow the tips below:

  • Properly brush the teeth with a fluoride toothpaste twice and floss once daily
  • Stick to a balanced diet
  • Avoid having sugary foods and drinks as much possible
  • Clean the tongue thoroughly while brushing
  • Consider using a medicated mouthwash to reduce harmful bacteria in the mouth
  • Avoid smoking
  • Visit your dentist for routine checkups
  • Maintain appointments with your regular oral hygienist

How can poor oral hygiene may lead to serious health problems?

Poor dental hygiene may lead you to many serious health problems. People with poor dental hygiene are more likely to suffer from cavities, bad breath and tooth loss. These people are also prone to develop chronic health conditions like diabetes, heart diseases and even Alzheimer’s.

How do I ensure proper brushing?

The main purpose of brushing is to remove the plaque buildup from your teeth surface. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a fluoride toothpaste for brushing. Hold the brush at an angle of 45 degrees to your teeth surface and apply gentle pressure of the hand . Make sure to cover all three surfaces of the teeth while brushing. It is preferable to use an electric brush such as Braun Oral-B or Sonicare hold these brushes flat on to the tooth surfaces and slightly on the gums, use no pressure when using these brushes as they do most of the work for you. Brush for about 2 minutes every time. Clean the tongue as well at the same time. It is actually best to spit out the toothpaste and not to rinse the mouth with water after brushing is over.

How often should I visit my dental hygienist?

Under normal circumstances you should visit a dental hygienist once in every six months. People, who suffer from chronic oral health issues must visit their hygienist more often – as they’ve been advised.

What can I expect from my oral hygiene appointments?

Your appointment with a dental hygienist will be uniquely tailored to meet your needs and concerns. Considering the condition of your oral health, the hygienist will emphasise on a number of aspects ranging from assessing your gum health, professional scaling and polishing of the teeth, dietary advice to bad breath issues and much more.


Contact Us

Opeing Hours
Monday 8am-5pm
Tuesday 9am-5pm
Wednesday 8am-6pm
Thursday 8am-7pm
Friday 8.30am-6.30pm
Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 11am-4pm (Emergency Cover)

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