Dental Check Up and Clean

Get Regular Dental Check-ups at Endeavour Smiles Group

Dental professionals and health organisations recommend getting a dental check-up every six months. This period allows dentists to keep a close eye on patients’ oral health and prevent any conditions from worsening. The words “prevention is better than cure” hold true for all dental conditions. If left untreated, most dental problems can become severe and result in tooth loss. Through our dental check-up and cleaning services, Endeavour Smiles Group will keep your teeth and gums in top shape.

Some patients may think that going to the dentist isn’t a priority. However, taking care of your dental health can save you a lot of time and money in the long run. Here are the reasons why going to our clinic at least twice a year is beneficial for you:
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What Happens During Dental Check-up and Clean?

During a dental check-up, we will closely examine your teeth and gums. Using special diagnostic tools, we will identify problematic areas in your mouth, such as teeth with cavities or receding gum lines. We will use X-ray imaging to see how much of the tooth material has been infected for teeth that may have deep decay. We may recommend additional treatments to address these concerns. Our dentists will provide complete details of your condition and the best course of treatment for you.
The cleaning part of the process happens after the examination. Our dental hygienist will remove the plaque and tartar build-up from every tooth and underneath the gums during a dental cleaning. This procedure may take thirty minutes or more. Afterwards, the hygienist will apply special toothpaste to your teeth and brush it with a high-powered electric toothbrush. This is known as polishing which gives your teeth a brand new shine.

The final step is to apply fluoride to your teeth to strengthen them and prevent cavity formation.

Do You Need Dental Cleaning?

Yes! Everyone needs to get their teeth professionally cleaned at least twice a year. Even with proper dental hygiene at home, it’s inevitable for plaque and tartar from building up on your teeth and underneath your gums. These are acquired from the food that we eat every day, and they can accumulate quickly. Don’t skip your dental cleanings — it can make a huge difference in your oral health.
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