At Island Dental our strong hygiene focus is ensuring optimal dental health for life.
Hygiene active maintenance is the most important approach to preventive dental care!
Preventive Hygienists Care
Our dental hygienists form an integral part of the Island Dental team and our approach to taking the very best care of your dental health. The dental hygienic clean of your teeth is a vital step towards proactively preventing dental problems from occurring and maintaining your optimal dental health for life.
A comprehensive and thorough examination is the starting point to the finest dental care at Island Dental. We use a 28 point checklist to ensure a complete dental examination is performed so that together we will know exactly where we stand with your oral health.
Cleaning your teeth or using a mouthwash temporarily cover up the bad breath or halitosis smell but don’t address the underlying issue. Be sure to solve the whole problem to be rid of bad breath forever.
With regular maintenance and thorough examination, our aim is to ensure you have the healthiest smile…!
Our Hygienists are dedicated to ensuring you are on the right path with home care and are completely aware of your oral health status.
We think of our hygienists as personal trainers for your gums. They are dedicated to helping you reach your goal of a fit, healthy mouth and motivate you to maintain it. As with fitness, you can lose the health of your gums by not spending the time looking after them.
Ever wanted to ‘cheat’ at some of your daily tasks? It’s OK. We’ve all thought about it. Some days you’re short on time but still want to make sure you take care of yourself. You may be wondering if you can skip flossing and just swish some mouthwash around instead. So, can you use mouthwash…
How to Deal with a Cracked Tooth (and Prevent Teeth Cracking)
Just the thought is painful, right? Having a cracked tooth is no fun. It can cause serious pain when you eat, especially with foods that are hot or cold. Worse than that is the fact that, left untreated the situation is likely to get worse. You could even end up losing that tooth! Here’s what…
It’s no laughing matter (pardon the pun!) Gum disease – the official term is periodontal disease – is the leading cause of tooth loss. And it’s prevalent in the community. In fact, the Department of Health states that 22.9 percent of Australians have moderate or several gum disease. Here are some important facts you should know…