What Should You Expect During Your First Dental Visit?

Scheduling an appointment to see a new dentist can leave you a little uneasy. Will they provide good care? Will they cause unnecessary discomfort? Can they accommodate any special needs you might have as a patient? If you go in for a routine dental appointment, your dentist can provide you with a thorough oral health exam, to assess the state of your smile. This can be an important step, particularly if this is your first time at the dentist’s office after a longer period away. If you are making the appointment because of active discomfort, your dentist can provide excellent restorative dental care. Our practice can make sure you feel comfortable during that treatment – in addition to using modern approaches to treatment, we strive to provide the right experience for those with dental anxiety, or those who need any special accommodations.

Performing A Detailed Review Of Your Oral Health

A routine dental exam can inform you about the health of your smile, and alert you to any problems you might not be aware of when you walk in. Many people are surprised to learn that they can have a cavity without realizing something is wrong – as decay begins to form, it may not cause discomfort. Having the matter identified and treated early can mean limiting the ultimate damage done to your tooth.

Ongoing Dental Care Can Provide Lasting Value

Individuals who do NOT attend regular dental checkups can face serious oral health disadvantages. You can miss out on valuable preventive care, and be more susceptible to future cavities. You can also have a problem form without realize it. If you wait until your tooth is actively sore or sensitive, the only treatment available may be a root canal procedure.

Talk To Munilla Dental About Setting Up Your Dental Exam

At Munilla Dental, patients who come in for their first appointment can be impressed at how positive their experience is. Our practice is committed to making great dental care available to all patients, and we offer a range of cosmetic, preventive, and restorative treatments. You can schedule a dental consultation by calling Munilla Dental today at (817) 379-1200. Located in Southlake, TX, we also proudly serve patients from Keller, Colleyville, Grapevine, West Lake, Trophy Club, and North Richland Hills.