Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene


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What Is Airflow GBT Hygiene ?

Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is a specialized dental cleaning procedure that utilizes a combination of air, water, and fine powder particles to remove stubborn stains, plaque, and tartar from the teeth and gums. This innovative technique provides a gentle and thorough cleaning experience, reaching areas that traditional cleaning methods may miss.

The high-pressured airflow removes debris and surface stains, promoting a brighter and healthier smile.

The benefits of Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment include a significant reduction in discoloration and plaque buildup, enhanced oral hygiene, improved gum health, and a fresh and rejuvenated feeling after each session.




60 minutes

Discomfort Level

1 out of 5



Average Sessions

Once yearly

Before and After Airflow GBT Hygiene

Benefits of Airflow GBT Hygiene

There are several benefits to Airflow GBT Hygiene, which is why it’s such a popular option with many patients in our London practice. We’ve gone over just a few of the Airflow GBT Hygiene benefits below.

Enhanced Aesthetic Appeal

Removal of stubborn stains and discoloration results in a brighter, whiter smile.

Improved Oral Hygiene

Thorough removal of plaque and tartar reduces the risk of gum disease and cavities.

Fresher Breath

Elimination of bacteria and debris from hard-to-reach areas contributes to fresher breath.

Gentle and Comfortable

The procedure is gentle on the teeth and gums, minimizing discomfort and sensitivity.

Why Have Airflow GBT Hygiene At Twoth

Choosing Twoth ensures unparalleled care and exceptional results. With a world-class team of professionals and personalized treatment, trust us for transformative dental and facial aesthetic treatments. A CQC registered clinic, Twoth combines expertise, advanced techniques, and a luxurious environment for the smile or rejuvenation you deserve.

Meet Your Clinician...

Carlos Neto
Hygienist & Therapist

Carlos qualified as a dentist in Brazil and has been practicing dentistry since 2012. For the first two years of his career, he worked as a dental surgeon in close contact with a huge variety of indigenous groups and riverside populations, in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil 🇧🇷 Following this incredible experience, he returned to his hometown to practice private dentistry and completed a master’s degree in Diagnostic and Maxillofacial Surgery (2016). In 2018, he moved to the UK 🇬🇧 and has since focused his attention to pediatric and preventative dentistry, working as a dental hygienist and therapist.

Air Flow GBT

High tech and modern scanning GBT machine.

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Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene Treatment Journey

Your Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment will be tailored to your exact requirements; therefore, one treatment can be very different from the next. However, we’ve provided a basic overview of a Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene below.

First step


During the consultation, the dental professional will assess your oral health, discuss your concerns, and determine if Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is suitable for you. They will explain the procedure and answer any questions you may have.

second step


Before the treatment, your dentist will examine your teeth and gums to identify areas of concern. They may take X-rays or conduct additional assessments to ensure a comprehensive understanding of your oral health condition.

third step


The Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment begins with the application of a specially formulated powder to the teeth and gums. The dentist uses a handheld device that emits a controlled stream of air, water, and powder particles. This high-velocity spray effectively removes stubborn stains, plaque, and tartar deposits without causing damage to the teeth or gums. The procedure is generally comfortable and pain-free.

When you are done


Maintain a consistent oral hygiene routine by brushing your teeth at least twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and flossing daily to remove plaque and food particles. Schedule regular dental check-ups to monitor your oral health, address any concerns, and determine when the next Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is needed.

Fee Guide



Hygiene with GBT (Guided Biofilm Therapy ) with complete Periodontal Assessment£190
Additional Airflow Guided Bio Film Therapy £25

After Care of Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene

Continue practicing good oral hygiene habits

Continue practicing good oral hygiene habits, including brushing and flossing regularly.

Limit consumption of foods and drinks

Limit consumption of foods and drinks that are known to cause staining, such as coffee, tea, and red wine.

Visit your dentist for regular check-ups

Visit your dentist for regular check-ups and cleanings to maintain optimal oral health.

Follow any specific recommendations

Follow any specific recommendations or instructions provided by your dental professional regarding oral hygiene practices or additional treatments.

Meet The Dental Team


I have now visited Twoth on three different occasion... The first time was to take my son (8 years old) to see Dr Counihan for a braces consultation and my son absolutely loved the entire experience from start to finish. In fact, he was so excited and relaxed about it all he wanted to get started immediately.

The second time around, I went to see Dr Counihan myself for a second opinion and found the experience just as good as my son did

Karin Thyselius

Before I found Dr Neil Counihan I had a long history of dental trauma and sadly I repeatedly was subjected to very poor dentistry. I was scared to let anybody near my mouth and teeth. I had lost hope!

Dr Counihan made me the promise, with the right care I can keep my mouth healthy and definitely keep my teeth for the rest of my life.

And most importantly he made me feel safe and listened to

Neil M.

Frequently Asked Questions

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No, Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is generally pain-free. Patients may experience mild sensitivity during the procedure, but it is temporary and subsides quickly.

The duration of the treatment session can vary depending on individual needs and the extent of cleaning required. Typically, it takes around 30 to 60 minutes.

Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is safe for most patients. However, individuals with certain conditions, such as severe gum disease or respiratory issues, may require alternative cleaning methods. It is best to consult with your dentist to determine the most suitable treatment for you.

The frequency of Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment depends on individual oral health needs. Your dentist will recommend the ideal interval between sessions to maintain optimal oral hygiene.

No, Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is designed to be gentle on tooth enamel while effectively removing stains and plaque. The high-velocity spray is carefully controlled to minimize any potential damage.

Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment can help remove surface stains, resulting in a brighter smile. However, for more significant teeth whitening, your dentist may recommend additional professional teeth whitening treatments.

Coverage for Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment may vary depending on your dental insurance plan. It is recommended to check with your insurance provider to determine the extent of coverage.

Yes, Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is suitable for individuals with sensitive teeth. The procedure is gentle and can be adjusted to accommodate your comfort level.

You can eat and drink immediately after the treatment. However, it is advisable to avoid consuming foods or drinks that may cause staining, such as coffee or colored beverages, for the first few hours after the session.

Dental Airflow GBT Hygiene treatment is generally safe and well-tolerated. However, some individuals may experience temporary tooth sensitivity or gum irritation, which typically subsides within a few days. If you have any concerns, consult with your dentist.

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