We take the time to assess your dental health and how you feel about your smile. We try to understand the changes that have occurred in the past few years and how best to prevent any pain or breakdown in the years to come.
An important part of the check-up involves taking necessary dental x-rays to find out what is happening with your teeth, and what may possibly be under old fillings.
We will also provide you with photos so you can see your teeth and take part in planning for the future of your dental health. By seeing your photos and understanding your mouth better we can help you improve your Dental Hygiene.
We are all exposed to natural radiation in our environment. The amount of radiation exposure from a full mouth series of x-rays is equal to the amount a person receives in a single day from natural sources.
Dental x-rays produce a low level of radiation and are considered safe. We will only take the necessary x-rays. All precautions are taken to limit the patient’s exposure to radiation when taking them. By using digital x-rays and only taking them when necessary, we limit the patients exposure to radiation.
The need for dental x-rays depends on each patient’s individual dental health. Your dentist will recommend x-rays when you are a new patient or when it is your check up visit if they haven’t been taken recently. These are generally updated every 2 years.
To book a Dental Examinations appointment please call (08) 8381 4113.
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Frequently asked questions about dental examinations
It is recommended that you should be going to the dentist for a dental check-up and clean every 6 months.
This is due to several reasons.
To check movement in the teeth
To make sure there are no issues,(gum disease, cavities, etc) If there is an issue it is always better to get on it early, rather than having it left for a long period of time. In most cases more work will have to be done to fix the issue if its left un checked.
Your dentist should take a full set of dental X-rays early into the doctor-patient relationship. So if you are a new patient then it is recommended so your dentist has a baseline to monitor any changes that could be happening in your teeth between appointments.
Most adult patients have bitewing X-rays every year and a full mouth series every four to five years.
But those with a higher risk for dental caries problems may need them every six to 18 months.
Patients with tooth sensitivity feel pain when they consume foods or drinks that are hot or cold, sweet, or acidic. Sensitivity happens when tooth enamel, which usually protects the tooth’s pulp and dentin, is thinned from repeated exposure to acidity and extreme temperatures. Sensitivity can also occur as a result of:
Tooth grinding during sleep
Chipped or fractured teeth
Talk to your dental professional, and they will examine the affected teeth and recommend treatment to reduce your sensitivity.