Much more than just the teeth are examined during a comprehensive dental exam. Moreover, the entire mouth, including the tongue and palate, a cancer screening, the tissue around the teeth, and, most significantly, the bite, are all examined.
If the bite is improper or crowded, we cannot maintain a healthy dentition. Just as in our bodies, everything must be in equilibrium.
The strength of your teeth and the health of your gums will both be impacted by any imbalance or tilt in your bite. Gum recession and gum disease may result from this.
Our aim is to comprehend the dynamics of the muscles in your jaw, how your teeth join together, and to confirm the health of your gums when you see your hygienist for a comprehensive dental checkup.
Your dental hygienist will gather all the necessary data at your initial dental visit since prevention is the key to a healthy mouth and general well-being. In addition to the comprehensive dental checkup indicated above, you are encouraged to take part in a hygiene programme that is tailored to your needs.
We will take all required x-rays on your initial visit to our dental office, including a panoramic x-ray that gives us a comprehensive view of the mouth.
We check for infections, masses, unexplained lumps, and other abnormalities while inspecting your teeth since they might impair your general health or require more dental work in the future.
We will check every tooth and the dynamics of your dental bite in addition to all the tissues in and around your mouth (occlusion). Also, we’ll use our intra-oral camera to capture images.
We always provide adequate time during your consultation to address all of your queries. We want you to be at ease and at ease. We welcome your inquiries. We all take delight in providing information to our patients so that they can have a healthy and attractive smile.
Patients often see the dentist for basic cleanings and examinations every six months. Nonetheless, a patient may be encouraged to schedule more regular appointments if they begin to have an issue like gum disease.
Dentistry is a profession that offers individualised care. Although broad recommendations offer helpful instructions, it is unrealistic to anticipate that everyone will conform to them successfully.
We invest a lot of time getting to know each patient’s oral health via a detailed and ongoing assessment of their dental history so that we may provide appropriate suggestions that are tailored particularly for them.