WELCOME TO SMILE BLANC
Teeth Cleaning in Calgary
Redefining dental hygiene with Swiss technology – Calgary’s First Guided Biofilm Therapy Dental Clinic.
REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENISTS ON A MISSION…
… TO DISRUPT HOW TEETH CLEANING IS DONE!
Welcome to Calgary’s first independent guided biofilm therapy dental hygiene practice located in the heart of downtown!
- Smile Blanc is fully equipped with a team of registered dental hygienists practicing individualized care using Swiss technologies that have only been available in Canada for one year!
- Guided biofilm therapy to maintain and improve our patients’ oral and overall, health.
What is Biofilm?
Biofilms are the smallest form of bacteria found in the mouth, naked to the eye, responsible for plaque and tarter, bad breath, gum disease, and can increase your risk to systemic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer’s.
What is Guided Biofilm Therapy?
Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) is a Swiss Technology that is known for its primary focus to remove bacteria from the mouth starting at its smallest form; Biofilm. If there is no presence of biofilm in the mouth, plaque and tarter cannot be formed. Traditional dental hygiene appointments focus on “teeth cleaning”, where GBT actually locates all types of bacteria in all areas of the mouth and successfully removes it.
For the first time ever, our registered dental hygienists can clean our patients’ entire mouths including teeth, roots of teeth, all surrounding gum tissues, cheeks and tongue thus giving your mouth a fresh start in achieving your optimal oral health.
Fun Fact! Did you know after a traditional dental cleaning up to 50% of bacteria is left behind? Whereas after a GBT dental cleaning, 99.9% of bacteria is removed!
MEET THE TEAM
Our Registered Dental Hygienists have a combined total of over 40 years of clinical experience.
New way of cleaning teeth in Calgary
Did you know that you need to be concerned about something more than just the deep cleaning of your teeth, tartar removal, or plaque removal? We need to know that all these problems are rooted in the presence of dental biofilm within your mouth.
What does GBT feel like?
GBT uses Airflow device to remove 99.9% of biofilm and plaque with a high-pressure stream of warm water, air, and antibacterial powder. It’s a lot of water but we can assure you that your entire mouth will have a nice fresh clean. GBT is safe on all dental restorations, great for implants and periodontitis, hard-to-reach areas such as cheeks tongue, the roof of the mouth, and all surfaces of your mouth where biofilm is located.
Guided BioFilm Therapy Explained
Guided Biofilm Therapy aka GBT is a Swiss dental technology that allows our hygienists to remove not only the biofilm bacteria on your teeth and root surfaces but all surrounding gum tissues, including your cheeks, tongue, and the roof of your mouth.
This service will redefine your dental hygiene experience with its minimally invasive delivery to completely get rid of current biofilm bacteria in your mouth.
Making it easy for you
Smile Blanc follows the Alberta Fee Guide
GBT’s dental cleaning at Smile Blanc is your best a different option for dental hygiene because it is:
Teeth are one shade lighter after visit
Warm 40° water is used in GBT treatment.
A different approach to your dental cleaning
Contact Smile Blanc
If You have any questions it’s easy to get in touch. Please fill out the form below if You have any questions.
We are located on the retail level of the SODO residences in downtown Calgary. Street parking is available on 10th Street, please let us reimburse you if you choose to do so. Parking lot available under Marriot Residences Hotel via INDIGO. Text or call us today!
Frequently Asked Questions
Your first visit includes:
– A head and neck assessment.
– Oral cancer screening.
– Cavity Detection.
– An oral hygiene status with full mouth probe.
– Guided Biofilm Therapy Cleaning ( Airflow, Piezon, Fine hand scale).
– Optional fluoride treatment.
– Home care recommendations.
– Cleaning frequency recommendations based on current oral health status.
– 5d imaging scan.
Dental hygiene visits depend on each patients’ individual needs. This includes patient home care, genetics, accumulation of bacteria in between visits and current state of patients’ mouth.
Gingivitis or more severe gum disease such as periodontitis where 3month hygiene appointments are recommended. Smile Blanc provides individualized care informing patients on how frequently they should return for hygiene appointments; however, patients have the choice of how often they seek dental hygiene appointments.
After a new patient hygiene appointment, patients will have a clear understanding if they need to see a dentist or any type of specialist. If there are cavities found or… our patients have the choice to see their regular dentist.
If they are looking to make a change, Smile Blanc can refer patients to a dentist in their area. If there are no concerns, patients can visit and schedule regular hygiene appointments with Smile Blanc to maintain a healthy smile.
Cavity reversal- if a cavity is starting to form, our hygienists can clean out the area without freezing and apply a strong fluoride solution that will stop and reverse the cavity before a filling is required.
This is known as Silver Diamine fluoride Treatment. This approach preserves our patients’ teeth in their natural state for as long as possible.
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