Prevention is the key to great oral health.
And great oral health starts with great oral hygiene.

1 hour long oral hygiene appointments –
that’s how much your smile means to us.

The average length of a dental appointment is under thirty minutes. We double that time. Why? Because we believe that it’s impossible to follow correct clinical protocols and ensure safe disinfection in such a short time. We believe that doing a great job takes time and our patients deserve our undivided attention. During the next 60 minutes, we’re all yours.

Oral hygiene is a priority

Oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people and untreated dental caries in permanent teeth is the most common health condition in the world. When our oral health isn’t in great shape, it affects everything from our five senses to our confidence to smile – if you’ve ever experienced pain and discomfort in your mouth, you know exactly what we mean. Unfortunately, compromised oral health doesn’t stop there and can trigger a host of other issues – chronic fatigue, joint pain, headaches, persistent coughing, hearing loss, hair loss, chronic inflammation, sleep issues, depression, etc. – which ultimately and negatively affect our general health as well. 

It’s pretty clear why oral hygiene is so important, isn’t it? Not only is it responsible for maintaining a healthy oral cavity, it also plays a crucial role in upholding general health and helping you thrive in longevity. The good news is that most oral health conditions are preventable and can be correctly treated if detected early on. This also means that, in addition to excellent oral health habits at home, keeping up with your oral hygiene appointments every 6 months is the surest way to monitor and detect any potential risk factors in their early stages, and treat them swiftly in order to avoid unnecessary suffering.

Our team is here for you.

Our team of oral hygienists

For 24 years now, our highly trained hygienists have been using state-of-the-art technology, premium quality, ergonomic dental equipment, and biocompatible, metal-free materials to ensure a deep, pain-free cleaning. Our team’s approach is always as minimally invasive as possible, as gentle and soundless as possible, because we want you to have the best possible dental experience. We want you to feel comfortable in the dentist’s chair, we want you to feel proud of taking care of your oral health and of making your dental consultations a top priority.

In order for this to happen, our appointments together always have a minimum duration of 1 hour. The time necessary to guarantee no trauma procedures, to perform a complete oral health check-up, and to ensure you leave with a big, bright smile.

That’s just the way we like to take care of you.

What to expect from our oral hygiene appointment

Dr. Miguel Stanley is the founder and clinical director of White Clinic where, for over two decades now, he has been consistently closing the gap between the outdated idea that oral health is separate from general health. A passionate advocate for high quality dental care and optimal wellbeing, his career has been focused on restoring smiles with his interdisciplinary team, using state-of-the art technology, software and materials, alongside a strong sense of ethics and minimal invasiveness to better protect his patients. This is the reason he created the No Half Smiles® treatment philosophy and Slow Dentistry Global Network, both aimed at improving the patient experience and the overall quality of care.

With training in implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and functional occlusion, his Advanced Biological Comprehensive Dentistry approach incorporates the full scope of action of modern dentistry. With over 200 keynote lectures given in over 50 countries, Dr. Stanley’s lectures are critically acclaimed by dentists of all ages and specialties, for the open dialogue and simple and beautiful manner in which complex cases are presented.

Nominated one of the top dentists in the world by his peers and named one of the “32 Most Influential People in Dentistry”, Dr. Miguel Stanley is the President of the Digital Dentistry Society and member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). He recently took on the role as the first Portuguese adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry (Penn Dental Medicine). Every year, he teaches more than 200 hours of continuing education in advanced techniques applied to dentistry.

Where is he happiest? Seeing patients of all ages in the clinic, helping them heal and regain their smiles.

Our unwavering dedication to biological dentistry, to our patients, and to high-quality oral healthcare means that your oral hygiene appointment isn’t just a quick sit-clean-go session. We use our time and yours, very wisely:

  • Discussion of your dental history, how you’ve been feeling and any problems you may be experiencing
  • Visual check-up to ensure your oral cavity is healthy and presents no inflammation/toxicity
  • Screening for caries, gum disease and other oral issues or injuries 
  • Digital X-rays if necessary
  • Cleaning of teeth and gums
  • Removal of tartar and bacterial plaque
  • Scaling and root planing
  • Removal of stains
  • Application of sealants
  • Application of desensitisers
  • Teeth polishing
  • Follow-up on orthodontics, periodontology, implantology and other dental treatments
  • Referral to specialised areas of dentistry if necessary
  • Immediate consultation with a dentist from our team to help with any medical issues
  • Tips for optimal daily oral health habit

So much more than just a simple dental cleaning. It’s a healthy way of life.

We’ll see you at your next check-up!

What have you done for your oral health today?

What have you done for your oral health today?

In the meantime, keep up the good work

Prevention is everything when it comes to a healthy mouth, and so is consistency. Between your oral hygiene appointments, be sure to:

Brush your teeth 3 times a day, during 2 minutes

Floss every day

Brush/scrape your tongue daily

Rinse with a germ-killing mouthwash

Increase your intake of fruit and vegetables

Stop smoking

Cut back on sugar and alcohol

Avoid acidic foods

If you chew gum or mints, make sure they’re sugar-free

Replace sodas and other sugary beverages with water

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