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Regular Dental Check Ups

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Regular Dental Check Ups

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Why Do We Need Regular Dental Check-Ups?

Regular dental check ups are an essential part of your dental hygiene routine. Our friendly dentists will use state-of-the-art diagnostic technology to inspect your teeth, gums and soft tissue to ensure your teeth stay in optimal condition and reduce your risk of developing problems later on.

Our friendly dentists would love to see you on a regular basis and help you manage your oral health.

Why Do We Need Regular Dental Check-Ups?

Regular dental check ups are an essential part of your dental hygiene routine. Our friendly dentists will use state-of-the-art diagnostic technology to inspect your teeth, gums and soft tissue to ensure your teeth stay in optimal condition and reduce your risk of developing problems later on.

Our friendly dentists would love to see you on a regular basis and help you manage your oral health.

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What Can You Expect From Regular Dental Check Ups?

Regular dental check ups enable you to take a proactive and preventive approach to your dental health. It means you do not only visit your dentist when you have the toothache or a problem, you go regularly so that this does not happen.

During a regular dental check up in our Epping clinic you can expect:

A thorough examination of all your teeth
During the oral examination your dentist will check for signs of tooth decay and bone or gum disease.
Professional teeth cleaning and polishing
Professional cleaning is essential to remove plaque and tartar build up. While daily brushing and flossing does a lot to keep plaque under control, only a dentist can remove the tartar that can lead to gum disease.
Your dentist will also polish your teeth and remove any surface stains that may have developed since your last visit.

Your dentist will also polish your teeth and remove any surface stains that may have developed since your last visit.

Management of Fillings
In the event that your dentist does find a cavity, he or she will fill them to prevent the development of tooth decay. He will also inspect any existing fillings you have had done in the past.
Take x-rays
Dental x-rays may be required to look for cavities in your teeth. If you need an extraction or have concerns about your wisdom teeth, an x-ray may also be taken.
Perform a jaw inspection
Your dentist will inspect your jaw for problems with your bite. Some people grind their teeth in their sleep and when they become tense. Over time this can lead to your teeth wearing away, and misalignment of your bite.
Draft a treatment plan
In the event that your dentist does pick up an issue he or she will create a treatment plan and costing for you.
Dental education and advice
Your dentist will be happy to answer any questions you may have about brushing and flossing. He or she may also chat with you about your lifestyle and any changes you could consider to improve your overall dental health.

How Often Should You Go For A Regular Dental Check Up?

You should see your dentist for a check up at least twice a year. If your dentist thinks you may be at higher risk of developing tooth decay he or she may request to see you more often. It is essential that you follow through your dentist’s advice and any treatment plans that are suggested. If you have any questions or concerns, bring them up during your appointment.

Need to find a friendly dentist in Northern Sydney for regular dental check ups? Our team would love to help you. Give us a call today: (02) 9158 6753

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Call Serenity Smiles Today

(02) 9158 6753

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Our Location

3/47 Ryde Street, Epping,
Sydney 2121, Australia

E-mail: info@serenitysmilesdental.com.au

Phone:
(02) 9158 6753

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturdays: 9am - 1pm

Emergency hours:
Saturday mornings
Tuesday night until 7 pm
Other days until 6pm

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