At what age should my child have their first dental visit?
How often should I have a check-up?
How much does it cost?
Why I need X-rays?
Sometimes it can be difficult to detect decay by just examining your teeth during a clinical examination – this is because thick enamel can hide problem areas underneath the surface of your teeth. An X-Ray (radiograph) allows us to see the root and body of your teeth so that we are able get a clearer understanding of what the problem is, and therefore ensure that we take the best treatment approach for you.
My dentist has advised a fissure sealant, what is that?
Why are we not a preferred provider?
What do you mean by treatment decisions?
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