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Monitor changes over time, while also providing a visual reference to better explain conditions and treatment options to patients.
During the oral examination, your dentist will inspect your teeth for signs of decay and assess the condition of previous restorations, including fillings, bridges, crowns and implants.
Identifying and dealing with these problems early enough not only increase chances of successful treatment but also help save a lot of money in the long run.
Routine examinations include visual inspections using tools to physically check and touch:
If there is an obvious cavity or infection an x-ray to be taken. After the inspection, your teeth will have any build-up of plaque removed.
It will further involve discussion about your child’s diet and oral hygiene habits and demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques.
Various factors might determine how frequently your child needs to have a dental exam, including:
Dr Pedro Gutierres started practising dentistry in the UK shortly after qualify in Lisbon, Portugal, back in 2006.+
Before relocating to the UK, Dr Danielle Dallal obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2016.+
Dr Inês has been taking care of children’s oral health care in the heart of London since 2018.+
Dr Priscila Souza has become a qualified dental surgeon by the Royal College of Surgeons.+
Dr Shankar found himself passionate towards orthodontics, specialty he attends here at Maida Smiles.+
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