Teeth Cleaning In Dubai

Your Pathway to a Radiant Smile.

Consistent oral care is the cornerstone of a healthy mouth. While daily brushing and flossing are pivotal, they sometimes miss stubborn plaque in hard-to-reach spots. This is where our expert dental hygienists step in.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we elevate teeth cleaning to an art form. Often referred to as ‘scale and polish’, our services are spearheaded by dental hygienists who employ advanced tools and methods to meticulously remove plaque and calculus, fostering an environment for optimal oral health.

Elevate Your Oral Hygiene with Our

Scale & Polish.

During your visit for a scale and polish, our dental hygienists are meticulous in identifying early signs of gum disease. They also engage with you to discuss and recommend improvements to your daily oral care routine.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we advise our clients to schedule their appointments every 6 months. This regular teeth cleaning, combined with scaling and polishing, ensures optimal removal of plaque and reinforces the practice of proper oral hygiene. For those undergoing orthodontic treatments like braces, more frequent visits are suggested to maintain pristine oral health throughout their journey.

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Experience Comprehensive Cleaning with

Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT).

Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) is more than just a routine cleaning process; it’s a revolutionary approach to oral health. Conducted by our expert dental hygienists, GBT employs EMS Airflow® technology to ensure the most thorough clean possible.

Focusing on the removal of biofilm—the root cause of dental issues such as cavities and gum disease—GBT uses state-of-the-art EMS Airflow® equipment to deliver a gentle yet effective cleaning. With this technology, your comfort and oral health are elevated to new heights.

Benefits of Teeth Cleaning with Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT).

Efficient Plaque and Stain Removal:

GBT technology allows for the thorough removal of plaque and stains, making your teeth noticeably brighter

Comfort and Convenience:

Experience a spa-like, pain-free cleaning session that's also time-efficient.

Preventative Care

Regular GBT sessions help prevent common dental issues like gum disease and cavities.

Compatibility and Versatility

Ideal for all ages and compatible with existing dental work like veneers and crowns.

Overall Oral Health

Achieve a brighter, healthier smile with visible improvements in oral hygiene after just one visit.

Our Hygienists


Most frequently asked questions

The cost of teeth cleaning varies depending on the specific needs of the patient. We offer a range of services, from basic scaling and polishing to advanced procedures like Guided Biofilm Therapy. Contact us for a personalized quote.

A dental X-ray is generally not required for basic teeth cleaning but may be advised for a more in-depth analysis of your oral health. We only recommend X-rays when absolutely necessary.

Scaling removes hard plaque and tartar, polishing smooths the surface of the teeth, and Guided Biofilm Therapy offers a comprehensive cleaning solution that uses advanced technology for a more thorough and comfortable experience.

For optimal oral health, we recommend getting your teeth cleaned every six months. However, patients with braces or specific dental issues may need more frequent visits.

The duration of the cleaning session depends on the condition of your teeth and the type of cleaning performed. Basic cleaning typically takes 30-45 minutes, whereas Guided Biofilm Therapy might take around an hour.

Some slight bleeding might occur, especially if you have sensitive gums or signs of gingivitis. Our trained dental hygienists take utmost care to minimize any discomfort or bleeding.

Most patients find teeth cleaning to be a comfortable procedure. If you have sensitive teeth or gums, we offer options to make the experience as pain-free as possible.

Regular teeth cleaning can reduce the risk of gum disease, cavities, and even certain systemic health issues like heart disease and diabetes. A healthy mouth is integral to your overall well-being.