Patient examination

Our dentist starts with a comprehensive examination of the patient. First of all, the dentist assesses the general appearance – edema or swelling of the face, the color and condition of the skin, the size of the lymph nodes and impaired ability to speak. The second phase is the examination of the oral cavity itself. To do this, our dentist uses a dental speculum and a probe. Bite, closure of the teeth, the color and condition of the mucous membrane tissue and of course the teeth are thoroughly examined. Each unit in the oral cavity is checked for caries and hard tissue pathologies. After the examination, the dentist gives his recommendations.

Why does our dentist look at all the teeth when only one hurts?

Caries in the first stages is almost invisible. As the tooth begins to become damaged, it causes considerable destruction. To prevent the onset of caries and to cure all the patient’s teeth, the dentist performs an examination of the entire oral cavity.

Why does the dentist tap the teeth during the examination?

Tapping is one of the diagnostic methods. Expression of pain at this stage indicates tooth root inflammation (pulpitis), periodontitis or inflammation of the nerve, and may give indications of a preliminary diagnosis.

When should I come for a dental check-up?

With normal health – once a year. In the event of toothache, bad breath, bleeding gums, damage or movement in the teeth, you should get checked immediately.

Is a dental examination painful?

Usually, no. We check the condition of each tooth carefully, while keeping an eye on the patient’s condition and well-being. If signs of dental disease are detected, full treatment is offered.

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