We provide dental exams and cleanings that will leave your breath feeling minty clean and fresh!
We do dental examinations for families in and near Brampton, including kids, teens, adults and seniors. Is it time for your dental exam or cleaning? Is a dental checkup part of your new year’s resolution?
Call 905-791-3867 or book your next exam & cleaning appointment online.
We welcome new patients!
Oral exams, checkups and cleanings are the first steps towards overall dental health and hygiene.
When you go for a routine dental examination, your dentist can help detect and prevent any oral health issues and disease—before they become an issue.
If it’s your first visit to our clinic, your dentist will start by asking you about your medical history.
Your medical history lets your dentist know of factors, such as medications you take or previous injuries that may affect your oral health. It also helps to determine how often you should have a dental checkup and cleaning.
How often you go for an examination depends on your oral health and hygiene. Our goal is to catch and prevent issues as early as possible.
Fact: The Canadian Dental Association (CDA) recommends a dental exam for most people every six months.
Your dentist will conduct a visual exam during your visit, looking for early signs of cavities and for damaged, missing or decayed teeth. But they’ll also look for:
Early signs of disease
Clenching and grinding
Catching signs of this during your appointment means it can be treated early.
If you clench or grind your teeth, your dentist can prevent it from causing potential headaches or a sore jaw to loss of hearing and teeth.
Structure and function
Your dentist will examine:
Your dentist will examine your neck, feeling the glands and lymph nodes for signs of inflammation, which can point to a cause or condition elsewhere in the body.
Your dentist may also take dental X-rays. These images can reveal:
Your dentist will share a treatment plan with you if a problem is spotted.
This plan gives you options for further care and prevention of worsening symptoms and complications.
You should also ask your dentist any question you may have, especially if you have questions about the exam, diagnosis or treatments. You’ll get an answer.
In Brampton, Call 905-791-3867 or email us to book an appointment online. You’ll be glad you did!
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