About Dental Exams
To help manage oral health problems before they develop, everyone should schedule a dental appointment with our dentists at North Beach Dental in Fort Worth, TX at least once every year. During the personal consultation, our dentists will use a variety of examination procedures to check the condition of the mouth for problematic symptoms of concern. This usually includes a complete oral exam, which involves checking the teeth, mouth, and gums with a visual check and digital X-rays. By offering dental exams, North Beach Dental can help children and adults around Fort Worth, TX take early measures to catch oral health conditions in the early stages. This is the recommended course of action to give the patient a realistic course of treatments that may be easier and lower in cost.
"I don't really enjoy going to the dentist but everyone at the office is always smiling and they get you in and out as quickly as possible"- L.M. / Google / Nov 08, 2019
"Great Staff very friendly. Dr Scott is down to earth and great."- Y.B. / Google / Nov 02, 2019
"Everything went great!!"- J. / Google / Oct 11, 2019
"I had broken my front tooth crown and I was able to get an appointment on the same day that I called and Dr. Jane took care of it on that day. Dr. Jane and Pam did a fantastic job. I was very pleased with how it turned out. I didnt have to go around with a broken front tooth. Dr. Jane and Pam make a great team. The clerical staff was friendly and very helpful. I was very pleased with my overall experience. Good job North Beach Dental!!!"- M.W. / Google / Sep 10, 2019
"I went in on 8/28 in the afternoon because I had severe swelling due to a severe tooth infection. Let me just say North Beach Dental took really good care of me, had the procedure done that same day. The staff is super friendly and I am looking forward to my follow up visit. I actually enjoy going to the Dentist now."- H.E. / Google / Aug 30, 2019
What to Expect
A detailed dental check will proceed with a conversation between our dentist and the patient. Our dentist will record a history about the patient's health, including any medical history and current medications. Our dentist will talk with the patient to find out if they have became aware of any areas of concern. To get a accurate picture of the individual's mouth, our dentist will obtain digital X-rays to obtain an image of the mouth. A visual examination of the mouth with probing will also aid in finding signs of oral concerns. The probing instrument will be used to examine the strength of the gums by measuring the depth of the gum pockets and finding areas of inflammation.
If our dentists find any areas of infection during the dental examination, they will work with the him or her about possible dental procedures that may be completed at North Beach Dental or at the patient's home. Dental well visits will be recommended so that the he or she can continue to keep up with their overall oral health. If a patient continues to have ongoing symptoms our dentists may advise that the patient consult with a dental specialist.
The benefits manager at North Beach Dental will contact the patient's dental insurance company to determine coverage all expected costs prior to the visit. North Beach Dental offers credit options to help assist with the cost.
Plan Your Procedure
Prevent and Protect
Be sure to get in touch with North Beach Dental in Fort Worth, TX to make your upcoming dental exam and consultation so you can improve healthy teeth and smile. With consistent dental treatments at North Beach Dental, our dentists can stay on target with any significant changes. This allow for less hours of time and trouble, as well as avoid an extensive dental therapy.
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