Once you book your appointment, you will need to give us some information, including your oral and general health history. You might be asked to fill in a short questionnaire and provide contact details.
Regardless of the reason for your visit, your dentist will evaluate your oral health by examining the interior and the exterior of your mouth, your neck and your face. This is a simple and painless procedure that will only take a few minutes. If you have specific problems, your dentist will look into them carefully and make a detailed diagnosis. X-rays or other examinations might be required to ensure that we have a detailed picture of your oral health. If we diagnose any problems such tooth decay or gum disease, we will devise a treatment plan to fit your individual needs. Early diagnosis and treatment are really important because they can prevent serious oral health problems from developing.
Scheduling a follow-up appointment
After you initial dental examination and depending on the findings, we will schedule a follow-up appointment. This appointment can be a single plaque removal session or tooth decay treatment.
Do not underestimate your dental appointments
Visiting the dentist once every few months is not that expensive and will not take up much of your time. Research has shown that frequent dental visits can prevent serious oral health problems such as tooth loss and oral cancer.