It is recommended to have routine checkups with your dentist to properly care for your oral health. You should see your dentist every six months, or every three if you have gum disease. Your dentist can guide you and help you with an oral care plan that suits you and your needs.

During your routine checkups you will most likely have dental x-rays taken along with a cleaning. A fluoride treatment will also be administered. After your cleaning you will be able to consult with your dentist as he reviews your dental x-rays and oral health.

May 31, 2019
Dentist and Patient With Lead Apron For Dental X-Rays

Is Using a Lead Apron During Dental X-rays Really Necessary?

Just about everyone has been draped with a lead apron while dental x-rays were taken. The aprons have been used for years to protect patients from […]
July 30, 2015

Inside and Out of Dental X-Rays

You might not feel comfortable having one, but dental X-rays are an essential part of any dental care treatment plan. They help your dentist pinpoint the […]