Effective prevention programs prevent dental pathologies.

Airflow technology for your dental hygiene

Preventive dentistry aims to eliminate bacterial plaque from our patients in order to avoid pathologies such as dental caries or gum disease.

Our prevention programs begin with a short class on good oral hygiene habits. For this purpose, our hygienists reproduce the brushing process with our patients until they are sure they have learned it. It is important to use circular movements and to reach the entire surface of the tooth. The use of dental floss or interproximal brushes is essential to remove plaque between the teeth that cannot be reached with a normal toothbrush.

Daily hygiene at home should be complemented with periodic hygiene sessions at the clinic, performed by a professional hygienist. Through this deep hygiene we are able to eliminate all dental plaque and control any possible pathology. The periodicity will be between 4 and 12 months depending on the case.

Airflow technology for your dental hygiene

Advantages of preventive dentistry

We prevent dental pathologies

We customize your prevention program from your first visit, avoiding future dental pathologies and keeping your mouth healthy and under control.

Goodbye to sensitivity with Airflow

We have the most advanced technology to perform hygiene and gum maintenance. With the Airflow Prophylaxis Master we are able to eliminate bacterial matting and stains more effectively and avoid sensitivity.

First level hygienists

The experience and training of our team of hygienists allows them to detect any dental pathology at an early stage. They receive continuous training from our specialists in preventive dentistry to be constantly updated.

Questions about preventive dentistry

Questions about preventive dentistry

  • How to prevent dental caries?

Proper daily oral hygiene is necessary to avoid dental caries. Teeth should be brushed with proper brushing techniques and at least twice a day, after meals and before going to bed. Regular hygiene should be performed by a professional hygienist trained in preventive dentistry. Concentrated fluoride gel should be applied in the indicated cases. In addition, a healthy and balanced diet must be followed.


  • How to prevent gum disease?

As well as avoiding cavities, optimal dental hygiene is essential to prevent gum disease. Special emphasis should be placed on the proper use of dental floss or interproximal brushes to remove the bacterial plaque between the teeth that affects the gums. In the indicated cases, our gum specialist should perform a dental scaling, a technique by which we remove the bacterial plaque between the gums and teeth. Tobacco should be avoided.


  • What is the difference between caries and gum disease?

Tooth decay is caused by a reaction between bacteria and sugars contained in food, affecting tooth enamel. Gum disease comes from another type of bacteria that affects the bone and gum that support the teeth. Caries warns us with pain and periodontal disease with bleeding, inflammation or gum recession.

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