Routine Checks

In order to protect your teeth and gums and maintain healthy teeth we place great emphasis on the importance of regular dental checks. We take great care and time, examining your teeth, gums and mouth to ensure that potential problems are identified early.

During the check-up we will listen to your concerns, after which a full oral health assessment will be carried out. We look for early signs of tooth decay, failing restorations and gum disease along with a close examination of both hard and soft tissues to check for general oral health.

Digital X-rays will be taken and all issues will be discussed. Any required intervention is then discussed and a Treatment plan will be provided with a full breakdown of costs.

We recommend that patients generally have continuing care review appointments every six months. Find out more about our Membership Plans.

Frequently Asked Questions

Routine dental check-ups serve to monitor oral health, detect dental issues early, and prevent serious problems. Dentists clean teeth, check for cavities, assess gum health, and provide guidance on maintaining a healthy smile.

It’s generally recommended to visit your dentist for routine check-ups every six months. However, your dentist may suggest more frequent visits based on your oral health needs.

During a routine dental check-up, your dentist will examine your teeth and gums, perform X-rays if necessary, clean your teeth, and discuss any concerns or treatment options. It’s a comprehensive assessment of your oral health.

Yes, regular dental check-ups play a crucial role in preventing cavities and gum disease. Dentists can identify and address early signs of these issues, offer preventive treatments, and provide oral hygiene advice.

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