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Dental

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Dental hygiene in Bolton

Visiting the hygienist is an essential part of good dental care. When you come for a regular hygienist appointment, our excellent hygienists - who have more than 50 years’ experience between them – will work with you to make sure that you have a comfortable and healthy mouth. Our hygienists can help you tackle problems such as bad breath, bleeding gums, sensitivity, and much more, as well as prevent problems before they occur. They can also give you and your family the skills and the confidence to make a real difference to the health of your mouths.

Why visit the hygienist at Harwood Dental Care in Bolton?

Regular hygiene visits help you:

  • Reduce your risk of gum disease and bleeding gums
  • Enjoy fresher breath and a brighter smile
  • Reduce gum recession and sensitivity
  • Enjoy more secure teeth, reducing the chance of loose or drifting teeth

Reduce your chances of needing future dental treatment

Our aim is to prevent dental problems from happening. The hygiene therapy care provided by our hygienists forms a central part of how Harwood Dental Care aims to keep you healthy. Our hygienists are oral health educators and they look forward to working with you to achieve a comfortable and healthy mouth, which will significantly reduce your need for dental treatment in the long term. Periodontal (gum) therapy not only treats existing disease but also prevents future disease.

Your mouth deserves to receive professional hygiene care and it’s important to emphasise that hygiene therapy may also reduce the risk of developing several serious medical conditions, especially as research links gum disease to arthritis, heart disease, strokes, bacterial lung disease, diabetes, premature births and low birth-weight babies. A staggering 90 per cent of us suffer from gum disease at some point in our lives but with good dental and hygiene care the risks can be easily controlled.