Stain removal treatment for brighter teeth and a healthier mouth with Guided Biofilm Therapy
If you would you like a brighter smile, whether it be to remove staining for a special occasion, or just simply to maintain or improve your oral health, try out our new Guided Biofilm Therapy. This gentle and effective cleaning treatment is now available in routine appointments with our Dental Hygienists .
Guided Biofilm Therapy brightens teeth by removing stains and discolouration which can be caused by drinking red wine, tea and coffee and also smoking and is a more gentle and thorough treatment. By using a mix of compressed air, body temperature water and fine powder granules, stains and biofilm (bacteria in the mouth) can be effectively removed even on the most sensitive of teeth.
Suitable for adults and children, Guided Biofilm Therapy is used by all of our Dental Hygienists. It returns a natural smile and can be used on natural teeth, restorations and implants. It is the ideal cleaning method to access all those hard to reach areas and is great if you have braces or any other orthodontic appliances.
What are the benefits?
More effective and faster cleaning:
Excellent stain removal
Brighter teeth that look cleaner and feel smoother
Removes bacteria (biofilm) from the teeth, gums and tongue and highlights problem zones
The recommended maintenance program for patients with implants, gum disease, crowns, bridges, veneers or orthodontic appliances
Improved comfort during cleaning:
Gentle procedure even for those with sensitive teeth
Less abrasive than conventional hygiene treatment
Powders are much finer than the heavy paste used in traditional polishing
Great treatment, my teeth look and feel fantastic. In fact, I had several comments from friends the next day asking if I'd had my teeth whitened.
Patients wishing to visit Devonshire House for hygiene appointments only
If you have a dentist elsewhere that you see for your general dental care and would like to visit a Devonshire House hygienist, we will ask you to provide us with an annual written prescription from your general dentist.