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Private Hygiene at our Bognor Regis practice

At Pallant Orthodontics, we’re pleased to offer you a wide range of hygiene services, alongside our specialist orthodontic treatments, at our Bognor Regis practice.

Why choose hygiene at Pallant Orthodontics

  • Direct Access
  • Scale and Polish
  • Preventative Treatments
  • Children’s Services
  • Dental Care Advice
  • Teeth Whitening

Why choose hygiene at Pallant Orthodontics?

  • Professional clean to improve gum health
  • Maximise cleaning with expert advice
  • Professional cleaning during brace treatment
  • Teach children how to look after their teeth and gums
  • Remove staining using revolutionary air polishing
  • Instantly recognisable results
  • Reduce tooth sensitivity
  • Protect teeth from decay with fissure sealants
  • Fresh breath guidance
  • Teeth whitening
  • Strengthen the teeth with professional fluoride varnish
  • Relaxing, reassuring environment
  • Best practice infection control facilities
  • Customer satisfaction guaranteed
  • Promotional rate for children


What’s the difference between orthodontics and dentistry?

You may be wondering what exactly the difference is between an orthodontist and a dentist. Both dental professionals started out studying dentistry and have a Bachelor of Dental Surgery to their name. However, after these five years of study, those wanting to embark on a career as an orthodontist pursue further study in this specialist field. Once they've completed an extra two-to-three years of study, they'll register with orthodontic associations, such as the British Orthodontic Society (BOS).

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on aligning your teeth and jaws with your overall facial profile. At Pallant Orthodontics, we’re Specialist Orthodontists, which means we’ll make sure your teeth are sitting properly and are aligned correctly. This is important for several reasons, including its impact on your overall health. The ability to chew your food properly is affected by poor alignment of the teeth, which can contribute to digestive issues and lead to other problems with your overall health and well-being.