Regular Check-Ups

Regular check-ups and dental hygiene treatments are essential to maintain the health of the teeth and gums. Our aim is to help you keep your teeth for life with comfortable treatment and long lasting results. Regular check ups and cleaning appointments are recommended to ensure your mouth remains healthy.

At your initial consultation and check up we will discuss any problems you may have and will advise you on the condition of your mouth and help devise a suitable treatment plan for you.

At your dental examinations we will be :

Checking for tooth decay
Checking for gum disease
Assessing your oral hygiene
Checking your jaw joints
Checking for oral cancer
– If required we will take X-rays to check your teeth and the bone levels surrounding your teeth

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Frequently Asked Questions

We will check your medical history at each appointment to make sure there are no new medical conditions; major surgeries, changes in medication or allergies that can affect your mouth or delivery of your dental care.
During a Routine Dental Check-up, your dentist will examine your teeth and gums for any signs of decay, gum disease, or other dental issues. They may also take X-rays to check for any problems that may not be visible to the naked eye. The pink soft tissues in your mouth will be checked for ulcers, lesions and any signs of oral cancer.
Regular routine dental examinations can help to detect oral health issues early on and prevent more serious problems from developing. They can also help to maintain good oral hygiene, identify and treat cavities, and prevent gum disease. Additionally, routine dental exams can help to improve overall health by identifying underlying health issues that may be related to dental problems.
If your dentist finds a problem during your routine dental examination, they will discuss treatment options with you and develop a plan to address the issue. This may involve scheduling a follow-up appointment or referring you to a specialist, depending on the nature and severity of the problem.


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