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Comprehensive dental examination begins first with a discussion about what the patient’s main concerns are, in order to formulate a proper diagnosis and approach to treatment.

Through both physical examination and x-ray evaluation, the condition, position, and function of the teeth are evaluated for risk of decay, risk of gum or bone disease, and risk of possible future functional problems.

The most important part of a comprehensive diagnosis is the understanding of the patient.  Exams are performed along with the patient and assistant to provide both full understanding of conditions of the mouth and full participation in the exam by the patient.  Only by mutual understanding can a true relationship of treatment be established, where both patient and provider learn and grow with each other throughout the years to come, always offering and accepting feedback to make sure that your healthcare needs are met in the most effective manner possible.