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Dental Exams
Fort Worth, TX


HomeTown Dental patient talking to dentist during dental examA dental examination is an all-inclusive oral examination for evaluating the health of the mouth, jaw, teeth, and gums. An oral examination provides our team with a brief idea of your oral health and hygiene. During the procedure, every tooth is checked for cavities, their previous treatment is examined, and conditions are evaluated. Gums are also examined for any signs of bleeding, swelling, or receding. Oral exams also include a brief demonstration of the use of fluoride toothpaste, as well as how to floss and brush your teeth to prevent them from all kinds of damage. Your lifestyle, diet and oral hygiene practices might be discussed in the process. You can contact HomeTown Dental at Alliance for scheduling dental exams and one of our amazing team members will be more than happy to assist you!

The Importance of Dental Examination


A dental examination helps identify tooth decay and analyze the health of your gums, tissues, and jaws. A small cavity, if left unaddressed, becomes a big problem later in life. We help evaluate the risk of tooth or root decay, any bone or gum disease, or the need for tooth replacement. It is important to get dental exams done routinely, not only for your oral health but also for overall health and fitness. Many times, symptoms of underlying diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes can be reflected in oral hygiene first.

Dental Examination Types


Diagnostic procedures are done when required depending upon your dental health. Some of the common procedures include dental x-rays, oral cancer exams, and dental impressions. A dental x-ray provides a detailed insight into specific sections of your mouth that are not easily visible normally. During the exam, our oral hygienist will also look for signs of oral cancer by feeling the under-jaw area, insides of lips and cheek, sides of tongue, the roof of the mouth, and the floor of the mouth. In some rare cases, making a dental impression of either or both jaws is recommended to produce a replica of your teeth and inside tissues.

When to Have a Dental Exam


It is advised to schedule dental exams at regular intervals depending upon your needs. In case of pain or bleeding in gums or teeth, one should immediately have it examined. In many cases, a dental checkup is recommended every 6 months after any initial problems are fixed and continuing on a regular schedule thereafter. The frequency of checkups is determined based on your dental problems and should be adhered to closely.

Precautions


Make sure to discuss your complete dental and medical history, including heart disease, allergies, and medications before undergoing the dental exam. Follow the directions given before a dental examination. After the complete process, your teeth may be tender for a day or two depending upon your oral sensitivity. Sore tissues are a common and mild problem. Over-the-counter anti-inflammatories or the medicine our dental hygienist prescribes should be taken to relieve the pain.

For more information regarding any specific dental examination or any general query about any other related thing call HomeTown Dental at Alliance at 682-204-5777 today.
HomeTown Dental at Alliance in Fort Worth, Texas

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Dental exams are a standard check-up of your teeth and gums for the well-being of your oral health. Call HomeTown Dental to schedule your appointment today!
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