A Dental Exam Is Necessary For Us To Make Sure We See The Full Of Extent Of What Is Going On With Your Oral Health.
Prevention can go a long way when it comes to your teeth, oral, and overall health. That’s why it’s extremely important to have an exam done every six months so problems can be caught early.
When you come into Rockwell Dentistry, we will perform a comprehensive exam and thoroughly a valuate your gums, teeth, tissues, and oral cavity. We will be looking for signs of decay, gum disease, cavities, oral cancer and any other oral health related issue.
There are several benefits of having regular dental exams:
- We can detect problems in their earliest stages
- It can help us to minimize the amount of dental work you may need as well as help avoid any other unnecessary expense.
- It helps to set a good example for the rest of your family by emphasizing the importance of dental health.
Are You Experiencing Any Dental Pain? A Dental Exam Can Identify The Problem.
If you are having pain in your gums, teeth, or jaw, don’t ignore it. Dental pain is the sign that a problem may exist and most of the time it is a problem that you don’t want to get any bigger. Essentially, pain is warning system our body has that tells us a potential problem may exist.
Tooth or other mouth pain is the number one reason that most people call dental office. If you are having any type of oral pain, you should give our office a call right now and let us help get you out of pain.
In our office, we have the very latest in technology. Our dental imaging and cavity detection will help us pinpoint the problem or problems you may have.
This also means we are able to see things in their earliest stages in order to prevent them from becoming much bigger problems. This is most important when it comes to checking for oral cancer.
Oral cancer kills about 7500 people per year. That is why we include an oral cancer screening with all our exams.
If you are in pain, call now so we can help get you out of pain and possibly prevent a much bigger problem.
Are You Experiencing Pain Right Now?
If you haven’t been to the dentist in a while and you are experiencing pain or any other difficulty, then give us a call right now.
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