Dental Examination

Regular dental check-ups are essential for maintaining good oral health and catching dental problems early, which can prevent more significant issues in the future.

DURING YOUR DENTaL CHeCK-UP aPPOINTMENT

During a dental examination, your dentist will typically perform the following tasks:
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Questions & Concerns

Our dentist will ask about your general health and any problems you've had with your teeth, mouth or gums. If you have been feeling any pain, discomfort or unusual sensations let them know so they can advise on the best course of action.

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Visual Inspection

They will visually inspect your mouth, teeth, gums, and tongue to check for any visible issues such as cavities, gum disease, or oral sores.

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X-Rays

X-rays may be taken to get a detailed view of your teeth and jawbone, helping to identify hidden dental problems.

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Gum Examination

Our dentist will check the health of your gums, looking for signs of gum disease like redness, swelling, or bleeding.

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Bite and Jaw Alignment

They will assess your bite and jaw alignment to identify any issues like misaligned teeth or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems.

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Oral Cancer Screening

Our dentist often perform an oral cancer screening, looking for any unusual lumps or lesions in the mouth.

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Discussion and Recommendations

Our dentist will discuss their findings with you, provide oral hygiene advice, and recommend any necessary treatments or follow-up appointments.

Why Choose Us FoR Dental Examination?

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Providing expert, forthright guidance with high-calibre dental services at affordable rates, we want to foster long-term relationships with our patients.

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When it comes to your teeth and gums, we are really dedicated to the preventive care and general examination services we provide to help you fight against problems like cavities and gum disease.

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Our practice has a history of helping children and adults overcome their fears of the dentist, even those who have had bad experiences in the past.

FreQuently Asked Questions

During your checkup, your dentist will inquire about your overall health, the condition of your teeth since your previous appointment, and any new or altered medicines.

The average dental exam and dental hygiene session last between 45 and 60 minutes. Exams and cleanings tend to be shorter for children. The time of a visit may be affected by the patient’s age, oral health, and frequency of regular dental checkups.

Your dental checkup as a new patient involves x-rays and/or panoramic radiographs to gain a good view of areas you cannot see or feel. Additionally, your dentist will inspect your teeth, gums, and mouth. It is all a part of understanding the larger picture so that you get the necessary treatment.

According to general standards, patients should schedule a professional dental cleaning every six months. While this is good for the majority of individuals, some may need to visit every three months, while others will only need to visit every nine or 12 months.

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