Dental Exams


Maintaining your oral health is more than treating dental problems as they develop. Your twice-a-year dental exams are an essential component of preventive dentistry, which is the practice dedicated to preventing dental disease from developing or progressing. During your appointments, your trusted team at Christina Greene Family Dentistry will evaluate your needs and plan for your long-term oral health. Our goal is to make sure you enjoy a lifetime of healthy smiles!

Why Are Dental Exams Necessary?

Visiting Christina Greene Family Dentistry for your routine dental exams will allow us to identify dental conditions such as cavities and periodontal (gum) disease early on when easiest to address. You'll increase the chances of successful treatment and help prevent complications and costly procedures down the road.

Keeping your smile healthy will also reflect on your overall health. Gum disease is connected with a host of serious conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and more. Moreover, symptoms of systemic diseases, such as diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis, appear in the mouth first. If we see indications of any health conditions, we may refer you to your healthcare provider.

What Happens During Your Dental Exam?

Your routine exam is an excellent opportunity for Dr. Greene to evaluate every aspect of your oral health. A physical exam and digital x-rays will help identify any underlying concerns, including early tooth decay, chips, cracks, infections, bone loss, and more. Dr. Greene will assess the health of your teeth, gums, and restorations. She will also evaluate your bite and conduct an oral cancer screening to rule out any abnormalities.

Dental exams go hand in hand with dental cleanings. Our dental hygienist will professionally clean your teeth, which involves removing any plaque and tartar buildup, to lower your risk of developing tooth decay, cavities, or gum disease. We may recommend fluoride treatment, depending on your unique needs.

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What Happens After Your Dental Exam?

After your exam, Dr. Greene will create a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses immediate needs, preventive measures, and smile-enhancing cosmetic dentistry procedures you may want to consider. Our primary goal is to prevent dental problems from developing and to treat any existing ones before they progress.

How We Help You Relax During Your Time With Us

Dr. Greene is committed to ensuring your time at our office is a pleasant experience you'll enjoy again and again. If you're anxious about receiving dental treatment, please let us know. We want to reassure you that between Chloe, our trained therapy dog, our gentle approach, and our needle-free sedation dentistry options, you'll relax and enjoy stress-free dental care.

Healthy Practices for Healthy Smiles

Make sure you brush and floss regularly and drink plenty of water. We recommend consuming a healthy, balanced diet, limiting the intake of sugary foods and beverages, and refraining from the use of tobacco products. Most importantly, don't forget to schedule your periodic dental exams and cleanings to allow Dr. Greene and her outstanding team to monitor your oral health.

Dental Exams Near Me

We, at Dr. Greene Family Dentistry in Keller, TX, invite you to schedule your routine dental exam and cleaning today. As the old saying goes, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Dr. Greene and her team strive to improve lives by promoting healthy smiles. Visit our office to experience preventive dentistry at its best!

Ready for your appointment?

Call us at 817-656-9078 or click the button to schedule your appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!