Dental Exams in Worcester, MA
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The Importance of Dental Exams
Routine dental examinations are a vital part of safeguarding the health and appearance of your smile. A standard dental exam at Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates has the potential to identify tooth decay, gum disease, oral cancer, and various other concerns that could be impacting your oral and overall health. Generally conducted during routine dental cleaning appointments, comprehensive exams enable Dr. Monica Gobran to evaluate the teeth, gums, bite alignment, temporomandibular joints, and other oral features and will usually allow for the immediate identification and management of oral problems. Contact our Worcester, MA dental practice to schedule your dental exam at your earliest convenience.
What Should I Expect During My Dental Exam?
At Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates, we recommend scheduling a thorough dental examination at least once a year during one of your routine cleanings. We will start your exam by reviewing your medical record and asking about any health problems or smile goals you would like to have addressed. We may also perform a series of advanced digital x-rays to allow Dr. Gobran a more comprehensive look at your enamel and jaw health. Throughout our exams, we will assess the mouth for signs of cancer and check on the evenness of your arches and jawbones. We will also check the teeth and any dental appliances in your mouth for signs of wear. Finally, a periodontal exam will be carried out to identify any early symptoms of gum disease.
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Been with Dr Gobran from the beginning. VERY gentle, explains what she is going to do and excells at being a dentist. Have several crowns done. Fit is perfect and completed in her office during the same visit. Her staff are VERY professional, pleasant and knowledgeable. Hygienist are gentle, caring and instructive on dental care and health. Definitely a five star dentist and staff.
I feel I have the best care at Dr. Gobran's office. I also get plenty of good advice on dental care.
Dr. Gobran and her entire staff are always so friendly and helpful. They give the best dental care I've ever experienced.
After having just moved to the Worcester area, I feel fortunate that I found the office of Dr. Gobran and the doctors she has referred me to. The care has been above my expectations. The quality and thoroughness of the treatment so far has been excellent along with the care and treatment required from her associates. Both the office staff and Dr. Gobran have gone far beyond what I could have anticipated for dental care. This coming from someone who does not care to have dental work performed but no longer worries about my upcoming visits to a dental office. Thank you to all at Dr. Gobran's office.
I have been a patient for over 6 years and have nothing but great things to say about Dr. Gobran and her amazing staff. They have taught me about dental care and the importance of FLOSSING! Kris is the best Hygienist ever. My appointments are always on time and with great care. You won't be disappointed.
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Be Proactive About Protecting Your Smile
If you only think about going to the dentist when something is already wrong with your mouth, you are missing out on a crucial aspect of preventive dental care. Regular dental exams at Dr. Monica Gobran & Associates maximize the likelihood of early diagnosis and treatment for oral conditions and are critical in safeguarding your dental wellness. Contact our office to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gobran and learn about dental exams and other services offered at our Worcester, MA office.
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Dental Exam FAQs
How often should I have a dental exam?
It's generally recommended to have a dental exam every six months, but our team in Worcester, MA might suggest more frequent visits based on your oral health.
Why are dental exams important?
Regular exams help identify and address dental issues early, preventing more serious problems.
Is the exam procedure painful?
Dental exams are generally painless, though x-rays might involve minimal discomfort.