Teeth Cleaning in Dubai

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Comprehensive dental cleaning

Do you feel confident about your oral hygiene routine? Despite brushing and flossing, there may still be areas that are difficult to reach. That’s where our teeth cleaning services come in. We guarantee that after a visit, your smile will be sparkling clean and healthy.

Dental cleanings every six months are recommended to protect your gums from disease and keep your teeth free of plaque, calculus, and surface stains. Our professional hygienists at Micris Dental Clinic use only the latest technology and instruments for thorough and effective teeth cleaning.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we prioritize your overall oral health. That’s why a healthy smile begins with maintaining clean teeth and gums, and we’re here to help you do just that.

Teeth Cleaning Before and After

Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT)

Micris Dental Clinic provides high-quality teeth cleaning services in a comfortable and professional environment. Our skilled hygienists are trained to use the latest technologies, including Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) and EMS Airflow® Swiss technology, to give you an effective and gentle cleaning experience. This type of oral prophylaxis and dental maintenance treatment ensures that your teeth are thoroughly cleaned while minimizing any discomfort. With our commitment to using the best and most advanced techniques, you can trust that your oral health is in good hands

Our Hygienists

Dulene Swanepoel

Dental Hygienist
South Africa

Jenna Jodrey

Dental Hygienist

Wala Shehada

Dental Hygienist

Alaa Karazi

Dental Hygienist

What are the benefits of professional Teeth cleaning?

Keeping your teeth clean is important for more than just a pretty smile. Neglecting oral hygiene can lead to serious problems. It’s important to regularly go to the dentist for checkups, scaling, polishing, and professional teeth cleaning. Here’s why:

Avoid cavities

"Prevention is better than cure" is a saying that applies to dental health. If we don't clean our teeth well, plaque can build up and cause tooth decay. Plaque causes acid that eats away tooth enamel and creates cavities. Professional teeth cleaning helps prevent cavities by cleaning hard-to-reach areas that brushing and flossing may miss.

Prevents risk of tooth loss

Plaque buildup on teeth can also cause gum disease, which can lead to permanent tooth loss. If plaque reaches the gum line, it can damage the jawbone and cause teeth to fall out. Regular dental cleanings can help reduce the risk of losing teeth.

Achieves stain-free teeth

Dark drinks like coffee, tea, and soda, and smoking can stain your teeth. Toothpaste can help remove some stains, but for a brighter and whiter smile, it's best to get a professional cleaning from your dentist. This will remove all the stains and leave your teeth shining!

Eliminates bad breath

Many people don't know they have bad breath. Don't be embarrassed! Our professional hygienists can find out what's causing it and give you a professional teeth cleaning to solve the problem. Get fresh breath and confidence today!

Improves overall health

Keeping your teeth and gums bacteria-free is good for your overall health. Studies show that getting your teeth cleaned can reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes. Plus, regular check-ups can help catch early signs of medical problems. Taking care of your mouth is important for your whole body!

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Most frequent questions and answers
  • Minimally invasiveGBT is a gentle and minimally invasive dental cleaning method that requires fewer hand and sonic/ultrasonic instruments. It is safe for both children and adults, as well as for people with implants, and is gentle on the teeth, gums, and implants.
  • Complete biofilm removal – Dental biofilm is the cause of tooth decay, gum disease, and infections around dental implants, but it’s not always easy to see. GBT uses a special agent to show where the biofilm is and helps hygienists remove it completely during the cleaning process.
  • Fast and comfortable – GBT cleaning takes less time than traditional teeth cleaning methods.
  • Safe on braces – Braces increase the chance of buildup of dental biofilm, which can’t be fully removed by just brushing or regular cleaning. GBT’s air polishing technology helps dental hygienists access all areas, even with braces, and remove all the biofilm.
  1. Assessment: The hygienist will examine your dental health and look for signs of caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, mucositis, or peri-implantitis. Your mouth will be rinsed with special mouthwash.

  2. Biofilm disclosure: The hygienist will use a special agent to see and identify the biofilm that needs to be removed. They will also give you tips on oral hygiene.

  3. Cleaning: The hygienist will use air polishing and scaling technology to remove biofilm, stains, and early calculus from your teeth and implants. The process will be repeated using different nozzles.

  4. Final check: The hygienist will ask you to smile to see if all the biofilm and calculus are fully removed. They will then protect your teeth with fluoride to prevent sensitivity.

  5. Follow-up appointment: Make sure to schedule a follow-up appointment with the hygienist.

GBT is a gentle, painless teeth cleaning procedure that is safe for all ages. Unlike traditional cleaning which can be uncomfortable, lengthy and messy, GBT uses a pain-free technology called Piezoceramic scaling to clean biofilm from the gums.

The cost for teeth cleaning starts at AED 400. This will be determined by a dental hygienist during a consultation. The price may vary depending on how much calculus and stains are present. It is recommended to schedule a checkup first to get an accurate cost estimate and learn what to expect during the procedure.

It’s best to have dental cleanings every 6 months, but if you have gum disease or other serious dental issues, you may need to come in more often (every 3 months). Talk to your dentist or hygienist to find out what’s best for you.

Having your teeth cleaned regularly is important for good oral health. Without cleaning, plaque and tartar can build up and cause problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. Regular cleaning helps keep your smile healthy and looking great.