Hygienists

  • By Samantha Storry
  • 15 Dec, 2015

Goodbye and hello

We say goodbye to Steph Stephens, our hygienist of seven years.  Steph has joined a private practice in Winchester, we wish her every success in her new venture.

Pavan Kaur has taken over from Steph, settling in nicely.  Pavan is offering Air Polishing, a fantastic new service here at the practice.  Pavan is also a qualified Dental therapist carrying out cosmetic white fillings.

Air Polishing Explained

Air Polishing is a dental hygienist treatment that quickly and effectively removes unwanted stains on the front and back of teeth.

The procedure utilises a fine jet of compressed air, water and fine powder particles to gently and completely remove staining caused by tea, coffee, red wine and tobacco, as well as staining caused by some mouthwashes.

 

Why use Air Polishing?

Air Polishing has many advantages, none more so than the fact that it is a gentle procedure that greatly reduces discomfort to those suffering from sensitive teeth.

Our Principal Dental Surgeon, Manori Balachandra BDS, outlines the advantages of Air Polishing compared to other traditional methods of dental polishing:

 

  • Removes up to 100%of dental plaque thereby helping to prevent decay, gingivitis and gum disease
  • Can be used on dental implants
  • Far more effective than a traditional polish
  • No heat generated by the procedure
  • No contact with the teeth, or pressure against the teeth

 

Additionally Air Polishing is a much more gentle process of stain removal and leaves patients with an evenly smooth surface across their teeth.

 

THE RESULTS

 Air Polishing has proven results to remove the toughest stains caused by day to day drinking and smoking.

BEFORE: Stained lower teeth from smoking
AFTER: Stains completely gone after one simple, painless procedure

Air polishing is carried out by our professional hygienist Pavan. Please note the treatment is not available on the NHS but can be paid for privately, the cost being £52.50.  

  Dentists

We say goodbye also to Valli Jagannthan as from the 6th of August.  Valli is going travelling then relocating north, we wish her many exciting times ahead.  

 

Valli’s replacement will be starting September 2nd and will be working three days a week. Jo and Farah are happy to see Valli’s patients in the interim.

 

Our very best wishes,

Manor Dental Surgery

By Samantha Storry 15 Dec, 2015

We say goodbye to Steph Stephens, our hygienist of seven years.  Steph has joined a private practice in Winchester, we wish her every success in her new venture.

Pavan Kaur has taken over from Steph, settling in nicely.  Pavan is offering Air Polishing, a fantastic new service here at the practice.  Pavan is also a qualified Dental therapist carrying out cosmetic white fillings.

Air Polishing Explained

Air Polishing is a dental hygienist treatment that quickly and effectively removes unwanted stains on the front and back of teeth.

The procedure utilises a fine jet of compressed air, water and fine powder particles to gently and completely remove staining caused by tea, coffee, red wine and tobacco, as well as staining caused by some mouthwashes.

 

Why use Air Polishing?

Air Polishing has many advantages, none more so than the fact that it is a gentle procedure that greatly reduces discomfort to those suffering from sensitive teeth.

Our Principal Dental Surgeon, Manori Balachandra BDS, outlines the advantages of Air Polishing compared to other traditional methods of dental polishing:

 

  • Removes up to 100%of dental plaque thereby helping to prevent decay, gingivitis and gum disease
  • Can be used on dental implants
  • Far more effective than a traditional polish
  • No heat generated by the procedure
  • No contact with the teeth, or pressure against the teeth

 

Additionally Air Polishing is a much more gentle process of stain removal and leaves patients with an evenly smooth surface across their teeth.

 

THE RESULTS

 Air Polishing has proven results to remove the toughest stains caused by day to day drinking and smoking.

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