At All Brite Dental, your exams & cleanings include everything you need to maintain a happy and healthy mouth. Checkups take around 90 minutes, and with our low waiting times (under 5mins on average), you can get in and out on time.
What is a Dental Exam?
A dental exam is a comprehensive, detailed checkup to ensure your teeth are in good condition. In particular, this includes an examination of your teeth, gums, and mouth. During the exam, we look at the position and shape of your teeth, their condition, and your overall dental health.
To maintain great oral hygiene you need to keep routine dental checkups on your calendar. Our dental exam is not just about making sure your teeth and gums are in good shape. Your exam also evaluates many other vital oral health factors to ensure you covered.
The Importance of Good Oral Hygiene
Our dentists are dedicated to the development and ongoing care for every patient. The All Brite Dental team truly cares about you and your oral health, and will always listen to your concerns and explain how we can help.
Your dentist is accompanied by our compassionate dental hygienists who work together to provide care that goes beyond expectations.
With each appointment, you can expect comprehensive, reliable dental care that lasts for years.
Cleanings, X-Rays, and Scaling
If you are ready to take care of your oral health, our dental exam is the best place to start.
During your exam, your dentist will take X-rays and do a full checkup to ensure you are safe from gum disease. Don't worry, our X-rays aren't the harsh X-rays you might have seen in the movies, it's a quick and easy process that takes place before we do your scales to show you just how healthy your teeth are.
Why All Brite Dental
At All Brite Dental, we are in the business of providing dental care that goes beyond expectations.
Our team has treated thousands of patients from all over the world. Whether its cleaning your teeth, providing cosmetic dental services, root canals, and more, we can ensure you’re getting the best dental care available.
Ready to schedule your appointment? Please give us a call today!
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