Dental Check Ups
My teeth don’t hurt and I brush twice a day.
Do I still need to get my teeth checked?
Many common dental problems such as tooth decay, gum disease and teeth grinding gets worse slowly. This means they don’t hurt until the advanced stages, where irreversible damage has already happened.
It is always sad to see simple problems with simple solutions get left unnoticed. These eventually turns into painful problems requiring expensive remedies.
Regular check ups allow us to detect problems early, so we can plan out solutions that suit your needs and work on preventing it from happening again!
We recommend starting your journey to better oral health with a full exam. This is a 60 minute visit where we can:
- Find out your concerns and what you wish to change about your smile
- Thoroughly examine your teeth with visual inspection, xrays and photos
- Provide you with all the relevant options and information, so you can make the best decisions for yourself
- Tailor a personalised plan to give you the smile you want at a price you can afford.
If you have not had your teeth checked in the last 6 months, it’s time to gain control of your oral health and get the smile you have always wanted!
Frequently Asked Questions
Many dental problems do not have symptoms until they reach the advanced stages of the disease process or tooth decay. Check ups and Preventive treatments are highly recommended for your Oral health.
Flossing reduces the number of bacteria in your mouth. These bacteria live in plaque which can be removed by flossing. Brushing your teeth gets rid of some of the bacteria in your mouth. Flossing gets rid of the bacteria the toothbrush can’t get to.
Usually, gums that bleed are a symptom of the onset of periodontal disease or gingivitis. when gums are inflamed, brushing could help reduce the inflammation. You should see your dentist to have a periodontal check.
It is important to see your dentist as soon as possible if your gums begin to bleed.
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