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Initial oral examination

Initial oral examination refers to visual examination, periodontal probing, charting, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations. During this exam, cavities and gum diseases get checked by a dentist after cleaning the teeth. Bits of Advice is also given to patients on oral hygiene, diet, and other lifestyle facts that might affect oral health.

Why we need Oral examination:

Regular oral exams help to protect our oral health and also our overall health. There is some disease that shows their initial symptoms or signs through the mouth. If the dentist identifies such signs, they will advise us to visit a doctor, and sometimes the early diagnosis of many systemic diseases can be cured or controlled correctly.

Besides, we can also get regular advice for our oral health such as brushing and flossing techniques, tips on caring for teeth, and detecting signs of any oral disease early.

How to get prepare:

If someone is visiting a dentist for the first time, they must look for their friends and family’s recommendation first so that they don’t have to change their dentist by getting the service they didn’t expect. The second thing that comes in the preparation list is considering the location, office hours, and participation in the health plan. It’s always better to explain if someone is anxious before the oral exam so that the dentist can help them to be more comfortable.

What to expect:

During the oral exam, what we can expect is

  • Evaluation of overall health and oral hygiene
  • Evaluating the risk of root decay, tooth decay, and gum diseases.
  • Getting checked for bite and jaw
  • Demonstrate proper cleaning techniques
  • Assess the need for fluoride
  • Taking dental X-ray and other diagnostic procedures
  • Removing stains
  • Evaluating need for tooth replacement


A dental implant refers to a surgical fixture placed into the jawbone, which can fuse with the bone over the next few months. This process acts as a replacement for the root of a missing tooth. This artificial tooth root helps to hold the replacement tooth. A dental implant is the closest thing to copying the natural tooth as it stands independently without affecting other teeth and proves to be very stable. Over time technology and science helped to make the success rate close to 98%.


Dental veneers refer to thin, custom-made shells placed on the front side of the teeth to improve the appearance of the teeth. This process is for those who want to make their damaged or discolored teeth look better to raise self-confidence or self-esteem. Dental veneers are a long-term solution to persistent cosmetic concerns.

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening refers to the process of lightening the color of the teeth when they get stained or become yellow over time for different reasons. It’s the best option to brighten up our smile, and the advancements in cosmetic dentistry have made this process safe and easy to get. A clean, bright smile can enhance a person’s confidence and raise their opportunity in many places through better appearance.

Root canal therapy

Root canal refers to eliminating bacteria from the infected root canal and prevent the tooth from reinfection to save the natural tooth. Simply, we can say badly damaged or infected teeth can be saved by root canal therapy. It comes from cleaning the canals inside the tooth and is usually done in 1-2 appointments.


toothache refers to pain around and in the tooth and jaw caused by an irritated nerve in or around the tooth. Toothaches can be constant or temporary but hard to ignore totally. The pain can increase or decrease for many reasons. It’s always wise to consult a dentist as soon as possible if anyone is going through this situation before it becomes worse. The pain level always varies from person to person, but toothaches can be very troublesome, and the necessity of knowing the reason behind t is also very important.


A dental crown is used to cap someone’s decayed or damaged tooth or placed on the dental implant in order to replace a missing tooth. Crowns can be made according to the patient’s preferred material and size of the tooth. When filling fails to solve our problem, the dentist recommends we go for crowns that help us protecting, restoring and covering our teeth. Crowns typically don’t require extra care and last enough with regular oral care.

Abscesses and swollen jaw

Abscess refers to a situation when the jaw gets swollen. It can happen as a result of various underlying problems, such as cavities, infected root canals, diseased gums, or even a broken jaw. In most cases, a dental abscess occurs due to an infection in the center of the tooth. In another way, we can say that a pocket of pus has formed at the tooth root of the jawbone. The treatment of dental abscesses is very important and should be done as soon as possible before the infection spreads further.

Chipped tooth

Chipped tooth refers to sharp, disfiguring, or tender tooth because of decisive blow or excessive tearing. The leading cause is that the enamel is damaged somehow. For some people repairing a chipped tooth is just a cosmetic concern to make the smile look perfect. But this might not be the case for everyone.

Oral surgery

Oral surgery refers to surgical procedures performed by dental specialists in and around our jaw and mouth. Oral surgeries can be of many types, such as tooth removal or root canal. It can involve removing of tumor or repositioning the jaw. Oral surgeries can be performed by distinct dental specialists, such as endodontists, periodontists, and prosthodontists.

Bridges Dental

Dental bridges are used to close or bridge the gap between teeth resulted from a missing tooth. These bridges are created by two or more abutment teeth. These teeth can be made of different materials such as porcelain, gold, alloys, or a combination of these materials.

Denture repair

Denture repair refers to a repairing process done by skilled technicians according to instructions given by a dentist. Dentures help people speak and eat comfortably and smile confidently as well. If they get snapped accidentally, it’s imperative to repair them as soon as possible to avoid further inconvenience.

Surgical extraction

Surgical extraction refers to a complex procedure done in a situation when a tooth has not yet broken through the gum line or has not grown fully. In this process, a small incision is made in the surgeon’s gums to access the tooth that is affected.

Dental fillings

Dental fillings refer to removing the tooth’s area to treat the cavity and filling that place afterward. Dental fillings can also treat cracked or broken teeth. This process is straightforward and straight forward that can be done in just one appointment.

Wisdom tooth extraction

Wisdom tooth refers to a third molar that develops at the back of the mouth and does not have enough room to emerge usually. When a wisdom tooth gets impacted, it can damage other teeth, cause pain and other problems. Not necessarily all wisdom teeth get affected, but if someone has an impacted wisdom tooth causing trouble, they can remove it to avoid further complications and pain.