Airflow Teeth Cleaning

Innovative Airflow Treatment

Restore Your Natural Shine For Free

Grosvenor Dental Practice is proud to reveal the revolutionary Airflow and Biofilm removal treatment. Available FREE to all our patients who are members of our dental plan. 

The powerful teeth stain removal uses a combination of water, compressed air, and fine powder particles. Airflow therapy gives you an effective clean and polish. This ground-breaking technique helps to remove plaque and surface staining to help restore your natural dazzling smile. Airflow removes biofilm, stains and young calculus from natural teeth, restorations and implants. Leaving the teeth clean and healthy.

Airflow therapy has several major benefits over your traditional scale and polish. Airflow treatment offers the most effective cleaning system around. Patient comfort is also greatly improved as it’s quick, painless, and non-invasive. Furthermore, it can significantly help those who suffer from sensitive teeth. By using micro powder particles, Airflow treatment fills the exposed dentine tubules which can cause sensitivity. Furthermore, ultra-clean airflow treatment is also available to remove stubborn stains and is recommended for pre-whitening.

How Does Airflow Teeth Therapy Work?

Airflow dental treatment is a highly effective way of cleaning your teeth. It is a type of non-surgical procedure used by dentists to restore the natural beauty and health of your teeth. The procedure uses a combination of air and water to clean away plaque and tartar buildup. At the same time, it polishes the surfaces of the teeth and removes surface discolorations.

Airflow dental treatment is a comfortable and quick procedure. Because it does not require any anaesthesia, most patients experience minimal discomfort and no pain. Airflow teeth cleaning treatment reduces bacterial load in the mouth to levels that help to reduce the incidence of bleeding gums. This in turn has been proven to be beneficial to a person’s health and wellbeing. Just recently, studies have been published that link the bacteria that cause bleeding gums to a part in developing Alzheimer’s. There are also links between gum bacteria and heart disease and diabetes. Therefore, there is a real reason to have this treatment done routinely.

Over time our teeth can lose their sparkle and certain aspects of our lifestyle play a part in that. Smoking and drinking red wine, tea, and coffee have been proven to stain teeth. Fortunately, Air Flow dental therapy can bring the sparkle back to your smile by gently cleaning and polishing your teeth using the latest non-abrasive technology.

 

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Book Appointment 

Air Flow cleaning treatment provides patients with a clean that is far superior to your traditional scale and polish. Call Grosvenor Dental Practice now on 01782 848708 now or email [email protected] and to book your appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Patients have numerous questions when it comes to dental treatments. Put your mind at ease with the answers to the most frequently asked questions..

What Is Airflow Teeth Cleaning?

Airflow Teeth Cleaning is a dental hygiene practice that uses a special device to deliver a combination of air and micro-fine water particles to dislodge and remove plaque and food debris from teeth.

How Does Airflow Teeth Cleaning Work?

Airflow teeth cleaning uses a high-pressure combination of water, compressed air, and fine powder particles to clean the surface of your teeth. The air and water particles are directed at the teeth to effectively remove any buildup and debris.

What Are The Benefits Of Airflow Teeth Cleaning?

Airflow Teeth Cleaning is a fast, comfortable and hygienic way to maintain your oral health. It removes plaque and bacteria from hard to reach areas of the teeth, reduces bad breath and helps to prevent gum disease.

How Long Does It Take?

An average appointment lasts around 30 minutes. Your dentist will clean any large amounts of calculus first and then finish with an in-depth Airflow clean. 

How Is Airflow Different To Traditional Scale & Polish?

Airflow offers a deeper clean, that removes stubborn staining and without being harsh on teeth or gums. Airflow is also often faster, more comfortable than a scale and polish clean with less risks or chance of damage.

Can Airflow Remove Stains?

Airflow removes stains from up to 5mm deep as well as the surface of the tooth. It can remove stains left on your teeth by smoking, food, and drink.

What Are The Advantages Of Air Polishing Compared To Traditional Cleaning?

Airflow teeth cleaning is fast, gentle, and less costly than traditional methods, with a non-abrasive technique, no scrapping tools, and no long monthly appointments.

How Much Does It Cost?

Dental practices often quote between £30-£100 depending on the amount of staining, and calculus. However, Grosvenor Dental Practice offers FREE airflow teeth cleaning for all members of our dental plan.

Is Airflow Teeth Cleaning Safe?

Yes, Airflow Teeth Cleaning is a safe and gentle way to remove plaque and bacteria from your teeth. It is not invasive and causes no pain or discomfort.

How Often Should I Get Airflow Teeth Cleaning?

It is recommended to get Airflow Teeth Cleaning done every 6 months as part of your oral hygiene routine. It helps to maintain healthy teeth and gums, reduce plaque build-up and keep your breath fresh.