Dental Examination

What is recorded and checked at this appointment?

Dental Examination

  • Restorations present
  • Checking for decay or failed restorations
  • Checking your oral hygiene
  • Checking gum health
  • Checking dental appliances such as braces, retainers or dentures
  • Creating an appropriate treatment plan (if needed)

Soft tissue examination, why is it done?

  • This part of the examination is very necessary as the dentist is carrying out your oral cancer screening. This is extremely important to your overall check-up. The dentist will be able to pick up on any early irregularities.

How will this be done?

  • Visually checking all soft tissues inside your mouth
  • Checking the neck and mouth for lumps and bumps

Digital X-rays may be needed?

Digital “X rays” may be required, which you will be advised of at your appointment. This may be recommended by your dentist, as it can show underlying problems that can’t be seen by the naked eye.

At your examination the dentist will create a bespoke treatment plan for you. This will show a breakdown in treatment costs along with informed consents.

Once you are happy, we can make arrangements for an appointment so the treatment can be completed.

This is your first step towards a healthy happy smile…!

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