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A dental check-up is recommended for all patients every 6 months beginning from the time a baby starts to develop teeth.
Coming into the practice for a check-up with one of our experienced, caring dentists will help to keep your mouth healthy and your teeth strong.
It will also help identify any issues early on and allow for swift treatment.
What happens during a dental check-up?
One of our dentists will thoroughly inspect your mouth, gums and teeth and listen to any issues or concerns you may have about your teeth. They will use various instruments to get a close look at your teeth and check they are strong and free from damage and infection.
I don't think there is anything wrong with my teeth do I still need to go for a dental check-up?
It is highly recommended to see your dentist at least once a year even if you don't think you have any issues. This way your dentist can closely monitor your teeth and identify issues early which could save you more money and time in the long run.
Will I need further treatment?
If our dentists spot something that doesn't look right or needs further assessment, they will discuss this with you and present you with the treatment options available, you can then book another appointment to have this dealt with.