Do you experience a busy life or find it difficult to get to the dental office while working long days?
19Thirteen Mobile offers the same dental hygiene care you would receive at a dental office but in the convenience of your own home.
I will work with you to establish a care plan that includes disease prevention and providing appropriate referrals.
What is an Independent Dental Hygienist?
On Sept 1, 2007 the Ontario legislature facilitated public access to dental hygiene services by proclaiming the amendment to The Dental Hygiene Act, 1991. This means that the Dental Hygienists who are authorized by the CDHO to self-initiate are free to decide, based on a comprehensive assessment to proceed with scaling teeth and root planing, including curetting surrounding tissues, without the order requirement (permission from the dentist to give dental hygiene care)
Making it easy for you!
Independent Dental Hygienists can electronically submit claims to most insurance carriers. Allowing 19Thirteen to process your dental insurance benefits and offer assignment.
What I Offer
Dental Hygiene Assessment
Review of medical and dental history, blood pressure check, full assessment of the teeth and gums, and an oral cancer screening
The removal of soft (plaque) and hard (tartar) deposits from the teeth, both above and below the gum line using both hand scalers and/or the ultrasonic water scaler.
Oral Hygiene Instruction
Your home care routine is detrimental to your oral health. I will work with you to devise a customized home care plan.
Your safety is paramount at 19Thirteen Mobile Dental Hygiene. A strict protocol is followed for the sterilization and the transportation of my mobile dental practice. As a mobile hygienist, infection control remains standard regardless of the location.
Following all measures is critical and I can assure you that all guidelines from Public Health IPAC principles and current evidence based practice standards are continuously conducted.
The Statim 5000 Sci Can sterilizer is tested for effectiveness on a daily basis, according to CDC guidelines. A dry block incubator is used daily to test for negative spore growth which ensures that the sterilizer is working properly. All daily testing is recorded on a biological record sheet. All records are kept for 10 years.
The instruments are placed in sealed packages and transported in a container to protect the sterility of the instruments until they are opened at the time your treatment begins. After use, the contaminated instruments are placed in a lock lid container with a biohazard label for transportation back for sterilization.
Flexible hours for you!
Send me a message below and we can set up an appointment time that works for your busy lifestyle!