Dental examination is a preventive measure taken at least once every six months to prevent dental problems or existing ones from worsening.
Regular dental examination is taken to identify and treat a problem in its early stage, ensuring you have a good oral health and avoid potential huge spending.
Dental examination is a simple procedure involving visually examining your teeth for symptoms of plaque, tartar and tooth decay.
During this procedure your gums will also be examined for puffiness or discoloration, which are signs of gum disease. Afterwards, dental x-rays may also be taken during your dental examination to enable your dentist to see below the surfaces of your teeth. Dental exams usually end with a dental cleaning, to remove surface stains and build-up.