Dental hygiene services

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Dental hygiene for adults and children

Professional oral hygiene is recommended every six months, since it is impossible to remove tartar, pigment and dental plaque in hard-to-reach places on your own.

Our hygienists perform hygiene very carefully and thoroughly using ultrasound, manual tools, professional pastes and brushes and Air Flow. After the procedure, the gums and pockets are treated with an antibacterial liquid and a fluoride gel is applied to the teeth to strengthen the enamel.

The hygienist will select products for home hygiene suitable for you.

Deep fluoride treatment – Tiefenfluorid

Prevention of caries for adults and children.

The teeth are treated with a special preparation Tiefenfluorid. This method allows to close enamel microcracks and prevent the teeth from premature destruction.

Teeth whitening

Is teeth whitening safe? Yes, if the whitening is approved by the dentist or hygienist. There are two methods of professional teeth whitening:

1. In-office Light-Activated Whitening

Our clinic uses the newest Fläsh whitening lamp, with the help of which your teeth will become white and beautiful in just an hour and a half.

Fläsh provides the best whitening effect. Fläsh is a new generation whitening system that uses an improved UV light spectrum lamp that activates the whitening gel so that the teeth are not affected by the heat during the exposure.

2. Home whitening with individual mouth trays

We will make individual mouth trays for home whitening which will be filled with a special gel. It is recommended as a self-maintained whitening procedure and to maintain the effect after light-activated whitening. This procedure can only be performed with the permission of a dentist or hygienist.


For Adults

Full oral hygiene 85 EUR
Express dental hygiene (30 min) 65 EUR
Intensive teeth fluorization with Tiefenfluorid (both jaws) 80 EUR
Consultation about teeth whitening 45 EUR
Whitening tray for one jaw 120 EUR
Fläsh teeth whitening 350 EUR

For Children

Oral hygiene – for children up to 12 y.o. (deciduous and mixed dentition) 30 min 65 EUR
Oral hygiene – for children 12-18 y.o. (permanent teeth) 75 EUR
Intensive teeth fluorization with Tiefenfluorid (both jaws) 50 EUR

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Our dental hygienists

iDental Jelena Luzika

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Jeļena Luzika

Hygienist, teeth whitening, fluoride treatment

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Dr.Olga Borisova iDental

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Olga Borisova

Hygienist, teeth whitening, fluoride treatment

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iDental Jana Baranova

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Jana Baranova

Hygienist, teeth whitening, fluoride treatment

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Wonderful staff, attentive doctors and assistants. Special thanks for endurance and patience with such a difficult patient as me. Those who rated the clinic with one star were probably never there. I suppose that everyone who has visited there once is unlikely to want to go to another dental clinic. – Valerija K.

Why is dental hygiene so important?

The consequences of poor dental hygiene can be very serious and affect your overall health. For example, dental diseases can cause pain, tooth decay, and even tooth loss. In addition, if you don’t take care of your mouth and teeth, it can lead to bad breath, gum disease, and other complications.

What are the main benefits of dental hygiene?
1. Reduces the risk of dental diseases
If you regularly take care of your mouth and teeth, you can reduce the risk of dental diseases. Dental diseases can cause toothaches, tooth decay, and even tooth loss, so it is essential to take care of your oral hygiene to avoid these problems.
2. Reduces the risk of gum disease
Gum disease can cause gum inflammation, tooth decay, and even tooth loss. If you regularly take care of your mouth and teeth, you can reduce the risk of gum disease and keep your teeth healthy.
3. Reduces the risk of heart and vascular diseases
It has been proven that dental diseases can increase the risk of heart and vascular diseases. This is related to the inflammatory processes that occur in the oral cavity and can affect blood vessels. If you regularly take care of your oral and dental hygiene, you can prevent the onset of inflammation and thus reduce the risk of heart and vascular diseases.
Frequency of dental hygiene
Dentists and hygienists usually recommend having professional dental hygiene done at least twice a year, but people with sensitive gums or other oral health problems may want to do it more often.
It is also important to continue practicing home dental hygiene, such as regularly brushing and flossing, to maintain oral health between professional dental hygiene procedures.
Why is regular professional oral hygiene necessary?
1. Professional oral and dental hygiene helps prevent dental diseases. Tartar and plaque on teeth can contribute to the development of dental diseases.
2. During professional oral hygiene procedures, a dentist or hygienist can identify and prevent any problems that could lead to the risk of disease. This can help maintain healthy teeth and reduce the risk of dental disease.
3. Deep tooth cleaning can help prevent and control gum disease, as well as reduce inflammation and other health problems. In addition, regular professional oral hygiene can help improve breath odor, as bacteria that cause bad breath can be removed and prevented during the procedures.
4. The importance of professional oral hygiene is especially crucial for people with sensitive gums or other oral health problems. Dentists and hygienists can use special tools and techniques to perform oral hygiene procedures that minimize discomfort and help improve gum health.
5. Professional teeth cleaning can help prevent tooth discoloration and brittleness, and it is necessary to prepare for teeth whitening procedures.
6. Regular professional oral hygiene can help reduce the need for expensive and invasive dental procedures. For example, someone who regularly undergoes professional oral hygiene may not have to worry about the need for a significant dental procedure, which could be necessary for someone who has not taken care of their teeth.
What does a professional dental hygiene procedure involve?
A professional dental hygiene procedure involves many different steps and techniques to clean the teeth, gums, and mouth from plaque and tartar buildup that can cause disease and other health problems. Here are some of the main steps typically included in a professional dental hygiene procedure:
Ultrasonic teeth cleaning
This technique is used to remove plaque buildup that can cause tooth damage and disease. An ultrasonic device uses ultrasonic waves to easily and effectively remove this buildup.
The scaling procedure is performed to remove soft and hard buildup from the surface of teeth and between teeth. This is done using a special scaling tool that removes buildup and leaves the mouth clean and healthy.
Professional teeth cleaning
A dental hygienist or dentist performs a thorough teeth cleaning using a special set of tools. These instruments are used to remove plaque and tartar buildup, which can cause disease and tooth damage.
Fluoride treatment
Fluoride treatment is a procedure in which a fluoride solution is applied to the surface of the teeth. Fluoride is a mineral that helps strengthen tooth enamel and reduce the risk of tooth decay.
Oral examination
During a professional dental hygiene procedure, a dentist or dental hygienist may examine the mouth to determine if there are any problems that could cause disease or other health risks. This examination can help detect early-stage diseases, such as cavities or gum disease, which can be quickly treated.
Teeth polishing
Teeth polishing is a procedure used to polish the surface of teeth and improve their appearance. This procedure is usually performed after teeth cleaning, and it is done using a special polishing instrument and polishing paste. Polishing paste is a special paste that contains a soft abrasive material that helps remove excess plaque from the tooth surface and makes the tooth surface smooth and shiny.
Soda blasting
Soda blasting is a device that uses warm water and a soda solution to remove tooth surface buildup, stains, and improve the appearance of teeth. This procedure is performed using a special device that sprays the soda solution onto the tooth surface. Soda is abrasive and can help remove tooth buildup and tartar.