Routine Dental Exams This is of prime importance to diagnose a problem in your oral cavity before it becomes worse. This step includes detailed examination of your oral cavity by Dr.Siddharth jolly who is having 10+ years of experience in this field, to rule out any damage or pathology in your teeth & supporting tissues.
What you can expect
JDuring a routine dental exam, the dentist will:
Evaluate your overall health and oral hygiene
Evaluate your risk of tooth decay, root decay, and gum or bone disease
Evaluate your need for tooth restoration or replacement
Check your bite and jaw for problems
Remove stains or deposits on your teeth
Demonstrate proper cleaning techniques for your teeth or dentures
Assess your need for fluoride
Possibly take dental X-rays or, if necessary, do other diagnostic procedures
During a dental exam, your dentist will also ask about your health problems or medications you take and discuss how they might affect your oral health. If you have diabetes, for example, you're at increased risk of gum disease.
If you have prosthetic replacements — such as dentures or bridges — your dentist or hygienist will examine how well they fit and discuss the need for adjustments.
Dental exams might also include counseling about diet, use of tobacco products and other lifestyle factors that can affect oral health.