Dental Exam and X-Ray

Benefits
. Prevent cavity formation
. Reduce gum disease
. Reveal tooth decay and infections

Who is this procedure for?
Anyone with a painful tooth problem.

What happens during the procedure?
First, the dentist makes a visual exam of the patient's mouth. During this exam, the dentist will search for any problems within the teeth such as cavities and decay. Along with this, he will also look for growths and sores found in the tongue, mucous membrane and palate. If necessary, the dentist will also use X-Ray imaging to find any hidden tooth abnormalities and infections.

What happens after the procedure?
Based on the dental examination, the dentist will provide the proper treatment as well as basic recommendations such as proper brushing and flossing techniques in order to keep your mouth and teeth healthy.

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