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King House Dental Group

Dental Examinations

Composite fillings, also referred to as tooth-colored fillings, are a natural way to fill cavities without the unsightly look of silver or gold that were used years ago. These fillings, offered by Redlands, CA dentist, Dr. Steve Tatevossian, correct tooth imperfections, such as broken, chipped, or cracked teeth. Composite fillings restore a tooth back to its health and natural look, and are evenly blended to match the rest of the patient's teeth. Dr. Tatevossian uses tooth-colored fillings to address new dental concerns, as well as to replace old metal fillings that could potentially damage the tooth if left in place long-term.

  • Treatment

    During a dental examination, the dentist will thoroughly check the teeth, gums, jaw, and bones for any signs of decay or oral problems. Dental examinations are used to detect early signs of concerns including cavities, oral cancer, gum disease, and more. The dentist will use dental X-rays to help diagnose any problems that cannot be seen with the eye, such as damage to the jaw or an abscess. Following the dental examination, patients will usually receive a dental cleaning.

  • Pricing

    The typical cost of a dental examination may vary by patient depending on what is being performed, but since it is considered preventative care, all or part of the cost of these examinations are usually covered by dental insurance. Our staff will confirm the patient's coverage before presenting the patient with their out-of-pocket portion.

Dental Examinations FAQS

  • How often should I get a Dental Exam?

    It is suggested that patients undergo routine dental examinations at least once a year. This helps the dentist to check the patient’s oral hygiene and monitor or prevent any problems.

  • Exams While Pregnant?

    Pregnant patients are encouraged to get a dental examination during pregnancy, since this causes many changes to the body, including dental concerns.

    Pregnant woman, especially those in their first trimester, may experience bleeding and swelling of the gums. It is important that pregnant women keep up with their dental hygiene to prevent dental problems that may complicate their pregnancy.

  • High-risk Patients?

    Patients that are considered to be high-risk for dental problems should receive dental examinations at least every 3-4 months. The high-risk group includes:
    ● Patients who use tobacco.● Patients who are pregnant.● Patients with diabetes.● Patients with gum disease.● Patients with a weakened immune system.● Patients prone to cavities or plaque build-up.

Gentle Dentist

Oral health is extremely important and can often be an underlying factor in other health concerns, so it is important to have a healthy mouth. By offering world-class dental examinations at his offices in Redlands, CA, Dr. Tatevossian helps his patients improve the health of their teeth and their overall health.

Dental Examinations - Smile Gallery

Before and After

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    Upon dental exam, recurrent decay was found under an existing silver filling on tooth #20. Replaced the old silver with a beautiful composite filling.
    Silver filling replaced with composite, due to recurrent decay.