Routine exam

Having A Regular Dental Checkup

For most people, dentists recommend having a dental check-up and scaling twice a year, which means every six months. However, depending on different specific oral health needs, some people may need to go more often than that.

Do you know your teeth can and should last for a lifetime? Regular dental check-up is critical in preventing dental problems such as cavities and gum diseases by detecting them early! Thus, prevent complex dental treatments and loss of teeth in the future.

Besides, routine check-up keeps bad habits in check. There are many bad habits that can have a negative impact on your oral health, some of which you may not even realise! When you go for regular checkups, your dentists can assess and discuss with you options available to best manage them.

What to expect?

During a dental checkup, the dentist will evaluate your overall oral health and hygiene, including checking your jaw and bite.

After the dental exam is complete, your dentist will know your oral condition, and will advise you on treatment needed and oral hygiene instructions will be given.

The final step of the routine dental checkup is scheduling your next one for a date six months in the future. Scheduling your next appointment right away is the easiest and most effective way to ensure that you go visit the dentist regularly.