INITIAL DENTAL EXAMINATION

INITIAL DENTAL EXAMINATION ENABLES US TO BEST CARE FOR YOUR ORAL AND GENERAL HEALTH NEEDS

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At MK Dental Clinic, we create personalized treatment plans for your individual needs.

Initial Dental examination enables us to best care for your oral and general health needs.

This process starts with your initial consultation when you are required to complete a detailed patient dental and medical history form. This enables us to accurately care and accommodate for your health needs.

Then during your examination, we will thoroughly discuss with you and determine the best course of treatment.

Initial dental planning is a vital component of the service you receive at MK Dental Clinic. Our dedicated dentists care for your general well-being and aspire to help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile.

If at anytime you have questions or concerns about your treatment, please do not hesitate to contact one of our friendly, knowledgeable team for more information. We will be delighted to assist you.


Dental X-Ray

A comprehensive exam includes taking multiple x-rays and OPG. There is always a concern regarding the amount of radiation involved in this process. To address this concern, we use a digital x-ray system that reduces your exposure to radiation by up to 90% however, the amount of information conveyed is greatly enhanced.

With digital x-ray, we can use image manipulation software to analyse the image and see things we could never see before. Contrast can be enhanced, colour can be added, and changes that would otherwise be very subtle and possibly missed become very obvious.

Some people adopt the philosophy that they won't have dental x-rays unless they feel something is wrong. However, the main reason for taking x-rays is to find issues before they become serious problems.

WHAT X-RAYS REVEAL:

  • Small cavities that we can't see with our eyes because they are between the teeth.
  • Signs of gum disease, such as bone loss or subgingival calculus.
  • Impacted teeth.
  • Infected or necrotic root canal systems.
  • Unusual pathologies, such as bone cancers, cysts, and other diseases.

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