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Airflow

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What is Airflow dental treatment?

Airflow is a powerful dental hygiene treatment that uses a combination of jet water, air and sodium bicarbonate to thoroughly clean teeth, mouth and gums.

Patients from Battersea, Stockwell, Wandsworth, Clapham, Brixton and throughout London are choosing Airflow because it effectively removes stains on teeth caused by tea, coffee and spicy foods. Airflow also removes the build-up of plaque as well as bacteria in your mouth which causes bad breath and gum disease.

Airflow is an intense teeth and mouth cleaning treatment, but it is also extremely gentle so you can still experience this fantastic clean if you have sensitive teeth.

How does Airflow dental treatment work?

Airflow uses a high-pressure blast of water which is combined with air and bicarbonate. When this hits the surface of your teeth it removes stains and bacteria.

The jet of water used in Airflow means that it easily cleans all the hard-to-reach places that you may miss with a tooth brush.

Airflow is gentle on teeth because there is no direct contact. There’s no scraping like there is with a traditional scale and polish. Airflow removes stains and plaque on teeth but also reaches deep into periodontal pockets found around the teeth and gum line.

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Why choose The Cosmetic Dental Gallery in Battersea for Airflow dental treatment?

There are many reasons why patients from Brixton, Clapham, Stockwell, Wandsworth, Battersea and throughout London choose The Cosmetic Dental Gallery for Airflow dental treatment. We offer:
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Interest free finance to help you manage the cost more affordably

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Flexible opening hours at the Battersea dental practice with late evening and weekend appointments available to fit in with your other commitments

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A friendly professional team who will see you through the process

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A state-of-the-art dental practice with a relaxing environment

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5-star Google rating from other London patients

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Highly Recommended

Everyone at the practice are welcoming, friendly and extremely professional. The practice is equipped with new technology which ensures that you get the best treatment available. You are given multiple options and a specific treatment plan is made for you so you know what to expect. I have had a great experience here and highly recommend it.

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Great experience

Great experience with Dr. Tej and the entire team! Great addition to the area which until now lacked such quality dentistry.

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Best Treatment Plans & Aftercare

I recently visited the practise for my composite bonding treatment. I was very nervous for the result but Dr Tej and the staff made me feel very comfortable. Dr Tej took so much care in perfecting my smile, as if my teeth were an art piece! I am so happy with the result, I used to be afraid to show my teeth whilst smiling and now I get so many compliments for having a beautiful smile! And to add to this, Dr Tej ensured that not only did my smile look amazing, but offered me genuine advice on the best treatment plans and aftercare, as well as making sure I didn’t experience any pain or discomfort!

What are the benefits of Airflow dental treatment?

Patients from Clapham, Wandsworth, Stockwell, Brixton, Battersea, and throughout London are choosing Airflow dental treatment because:
Airflow gives a deep and thorough clean to teeth, mouth and gums
With Airflow, stubborn stains to teeth are gently lifted so teeth look brighter and cleaner
There’s no pain or direct contact with teeth making Airflow a gentle treatment even on sensitive teeth
Airflow dental treatment reaches deep into periodontal pockets and hard-to-reach places removing bacteria which can cause bad breath and gum disease

FAQ

Can anyone have Airflow dental treatment?
Most adults and children are suitable for Airflow dental treatment. You may be exempt from having Airflow if you have certain medical or respiratory conditions. This will be discussed at your appointment.
How regularly should I have Airflow treatment?
If you maintain a good oral hygiene, brushing thoroughly twice a day and flossing every day, the effects of Airflow will last for longer and you will only need an Airflow dental clean once a year. Less care and maintenance of your teeth may need a clean every 3 to 6 months.
Can Airflow dental treatment be used on dental restorations like bonding?
Yes, Airflow can be used on all forms of dental restorations including composite bonding, dental implants, crowns and veneers.