Preventive Care and Dental Examinations

Preventative Care at Devonshire House

Today, the most common dental diseases are completely preventable. At Devonshire House your dentist will help you achieve ideal oral health by developing an individual daily regime of home care that will look after your teeth, gums and general oral health.

With regular check-ups your dentist will ensure that your mouth is maintained in a stable and healthy condition. Detailed dental examinations can highlight the first signs of tooth decay or gum disease long before conventional drilling and filling is required. Then, often simple adjustments to the diet and cleaning technique are all that is required to tip the balance back in favour of continuing oral health.

If you have a tooth that has become damaged through decay it can usually be repaired with a filling, inlay or crown. The repairs are made to fit perfectly and they will be easy to maintain during your daily cleaning routine.

Our simple advice to all patients is, clean your teeth effectively every day and manage your diet to use sugar sensibly!

The whole team of Dentists, Hygienists, Health Advisers and Assistants at Devonshire House are totally committed to helping our patients work towards the ideal goal of healthy teeth for life.

Individually tailored oral health advice to suit your lifestyle can help you develop a healthy dental care regime with the ultimate goal of healthy teeth for life. By providing individually tailored oral health advice to suit your lifestyle we can help you develop a healthy dental care regime with the ultimate goal of healthy teeth for life.

Even if you no longer have your natural teeth, it’s important to consult your dentist for regular dental examinations to maintain your oral health and the usefulness of your replacement teeth.

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During a dental examination your dentist will evaluate:

  • Your overall health and oral hygiene
  • Your risk of developing other oral health problems, as well as checking your face, neck and mouth
  • for abnormalities
  • Your risk of tooth decay, root decay, and gum or bone disease
  • Your need for tooth restoration or tooth replacement
  • Your bite and jaw to check for any problems