You can't always tell if you have a dental problem just by looking at your teeth. X-rays give dentists a view of the interior portion of your teeth, allowing them to diagnose tooth decay, spot cra ...View Article
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When seeking out a family dentist in Castro Valley, Redwood Canyon Dentistry is the simple solution to meet all your dental needs. Our office has two prominent dentists in one place. Dr. Nazish Mir and Dr. Stephen F. La Due supply patients with compassion and a variety of services including dental exams.
A Castro Valley dental exam is vital to keeping your teeth and gum healthy. Regular cleanings from a Castro Valley dentist help to keep tartar from building up on your teeth. Once it forms, it's difficult to remove. A regular cleaning has the potential to prevent gum disease. During an exam, the dentist does preventative measures. Addition, the dentist will also examine the teeth for cavities and gum disease. While in the dental chair, the dentist has the ability to identify your risk of other oral problems. A regular examination gives you an opportunity to discuss any of your questions or concerns. Overall, it's a time to determine any issues, receive a thorough cleaning and promote the optimal level of oral health.
At a dental exam, the oral hygienist will take a look at your teeth and give you a thorough teeth cleaning that helps to remove plaque buildup and deposits. The dentist can remove any stains you have on your teeth to improve the appearance of your smile. A dental exam in Castor Valley (Castro) consisting of the dentist conducting x-rays to determine if you have any cavities. Generally, the dentist will not give the patient fillings the same day, but the dentist will schedule an appointment to correct the issue. The dentist will examine the gums to determine if you have gingivitis, or its worse state, periodontal disease. At the Castro Valley dental exam, the dentist will evaluate your teeth for tooth decay and root decay. The dentist will evaluate your risk for various oral health problems.
The dentist will then discuss how to reduce your risk of developing gum disease and other oral health issues. The dentist will determine if the patient needs tooth restoration. This is also a time when your dentist will discuss your oral health habits, so you can optimize your oral health routine and ultimately improve the health of your teeth and gums. The dentist can also tell if you've been grinding your teeth and how a bite plate can prevent any further damage to teeth from clenching or grinding them together. The dentist can also evaluate the condition of any oral health problems you may have. The dentist will examine the inside of your mouth to determine if you have any signs of oral cancer. The dentist pays special attention to under your jaw, the inside of your lips and cheeks, the sides of your neck and tongue along with the roof and floor of your mouth.
To learn more about what to expect from a dental examination or to schedule one, contact us at 510-581-1991 to schedule an appointment.