Hygienist Hygienist


Treatment Outline

The treatment, at a glance

Treatment Time

30 minutes





Key Benefit

Healthy mouth

More about this treatment

More in-depth information

Maintaining healthy gums is difficult and often impossible without professional help. People who are susceptible to periodontal disease require life long Supportive Periodontal Care. Having your teeth and gums professionally cleaned regularly allows you to keep your mouth healthy and teeth looking brighter. These essential maintenance sessions can intercept and identify potential issues early preventing potentially painful and more complex issues.

Supportive periodontal care is usually carried out by our professional hygienists. We use the most advanced ultrasonic equipment with the EMS Airflow® Master with temperature control to heat the water to reduce sensitivity with treatments.  

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Before & After

Treatment Prices

Treatment fee outline

At Neyo, clarity and honesty are at the forefront of our services. Any fees for treatments would likely be confirmed at the consultation stage, but we can provide this generalised breakdown of cost:



Further information you may need

Frequently asked questions

What will happen on the day of my treatment?

Your appointment usually starts with a short examination and advice on ways to improve your oral health, prevent gum disease or tooth decay and discuss sensitive teeth. Advanced ultrasonic equipment is used with water and gentle vibration to professionally clean and polish your teeth removing plaque, calculus (tartar) and staining. In some cases local anaesthetic is placed into the gum to ensure your appointment is as comfortable as possible.

How long does the treatment take?

The total treatment session generally takes 25-30 minutes.

Can this treatment damage my teeth or fillings?

No. The equipment used by our professionals does not cause damage to your teeth, fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges or implants. We ask you to inform us of any loose teeth or fillings at your appointment.

Is the treatment painful or will I be in pain afterwards?

No. Sometimes there can be very short periods of sensitivity or mild discomfort during the treatment. You will not be in pain afterwards. Your mouth will feel healthier, cleaner and brighter after your appointment.

How often should I have Periodontal Supportive Care?

Long term research has shown that people that are susceptible to periodontal disease benefit from Periodontal Supportive Care every 12 weeks (4 times a year) to maintain oral health and prevent tooth loss.

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