Dental prevention and hygiene Warsaw

Dental prevention combined with hygiene plays a key role in maintaining healthy and beautiful teeth.

 

This is the least invasive and least expensive form of taking care of the health of the entire oral cavity. The treatments performed in our clinic involve the removal of dangerous, disease-causing bacteria remaining in tartar and plaque deposits, which are often impossible to remove by the patient at home.

 

Professional and regular hygiene is the basic pillar of caring for the health of the oral cavity and the entire body.

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Analysis is the basis of effective treatment.

We measure important indicators, which allows us to assess the actual state of oral hygiene and allows us to adapt appropriate treatments to the individual needs of the patient. Everything in the highest sterile conditions.

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Step 1 – Interview

We collect a detailed medical history to learn about the patient’s health condition and safely perform the procedure

Step 2 – Bacterial plaque

We stain dental plaque. This is an excellent way to make visible bacterial plaque, which is often found in hard-to-reach places.

Step 3 – Removing deposits

We remove dental deposits using a delicate scaler that produces ultrasound to crack the mineralized dental plaque.

Step 4 – Removing deposits and discoloration

We remove deposits and discoloration using the EMS – AIR-FLOW®Master sandblaster, which is the first device in the world for subgingival prophylaxis.
The effect is to reduce the depth of pockets, remove bacterial biofilm and prevent inflammation around implants.

Step 5 – Polishing

To polish teeth, we use professional polishing pastes with various degrees of abrasiveness, which fantastically smooth the structure of the enamel, making it difficult for the bacteria that create plaque to adhere.

Step 6 – Teeth care instruction

We practice and teach patients how to brush their teeth properly, how to reach hard-to-reach places and how to use dental floss.

What makes us stand out?

Knowledge

Niewada Clinic hygienists have been personally trained by our Periodontist, a specialist in the treatment of periodontal diseases, i.e. “periodontitis”, Paweł Niewada, M.D., Ph.D., and work according to: a strictly defined and proven protocol.

Accuracy

Teeth cleaning procedures are always carried out using dental loupes.

Refined and repeatable procedures

At Niewada Clinic, we have created a professional dental care program based on the current state of knowledge and our many years of experience.

 

We repeat the procedures depending on needs, 2-4 times a year, at the same time reducing the risk of caries and periodontal disease.

Patient education

We educate our patients about the importance of taking care of their oral health and provide training in proper tooth brushing.

 

We individually recommend the right toothbrush and other products such as interdental brushes, dental floss, toothpaste, etc.

The quality of the materials used

We use materials and equipment with the highest quality certificates.

Patient safety

We strictly follow the rules of asepsis and antisepsis.

 

We pay special attention to cleanliness control. In our clinic, we individually prepare a set of tools, scaler and sandblasting tools for each patient in order to eliminate the possibility of infection to zero.

 

Each preventive treatment is individually tailored to the needs of our patients.

FAQ / Prevention and hygiene

What ailments can be caused by tartar that remains on the teeth and is not removed regularly?

Tartar, i.e. deposit that is not removed for a long time, mineralizes under the influence of time and saliva and is impossible to remove by the patient on his own.

It causes many unpleasant and very often dangerous ailments, such as: unpleasant breath odor (halitosis) – because tartar is a habitat for bacteria that produce unpleasant odors

bleeding, soreness and redness of the gums when brushing and flossing, carious cavities leading to periodontitis, i.e. loosening of teeth, destruction of bones and gums.

Cross contamination. What is it and how to protect yourself from it?

Cross-infection is the transfer of viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms from one patient to another. Infection occurs during contact with the carrier’s saliva, blood or through contact with undisinfected medical tools used during each hygiene visit at the dentist’s office.

At Niewada Clinic, each patient has a proven, perfectly sterile full set of mirrors, tweezers and tips for the scaler and sandblaster. Thanks to this, we can be sure that treatments in our clinic are carried out to the highest standard of sterility and in a highly aseptic environment.