A free dental exam for new patients? Yes, please!
If you're on the hunt for a new Philadelphia dentist or if you think there's something wrong with your teeth or gums and you need an expert opinion, take advantage of this free dental exam offer, valued at $199.
Your highly trained dentist sees much more in your mouth than you could ever see yourself, which is why it's so important to get a check-up every six months. See your dentist. Get problems fixed, quickly.
When our dentists look in your mouth, they're checking for just about everything:
Detailed x-rays tell the story of what's going on below the surface of your teeth. X-rays show evidence of:
If your dentist finds a problem below the surface, you can address it sooner rather than later, saving yourself pain, time, trouble, and expense.
Your dentist carefully reviews the health of your gums to protect you from unnecessary pain, discomfort, and tooth loss later. Gum disease (periodontitis) starts small and you won't realize you're showing symptoms of it - but your dentist will. One of the symptoms of gum disease is loss of actual jaw bone, which can eventually result in loose teeth, and then missing teeth. This can be measured with a specific measuring device they use during your gum disease screening. If gingivitis is caught early before it can progress into full-blown periodontitis, you will save your oral health and your teeth.
If you have any sort of soreness in your jaw, if you grind or clench your teeth (bruxism), if you wake with headaches, you may have a problem with your bite or temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
Your Philadelphia dentist examines your bite for misalignment while looking for worn teeth, gum recession, and breaks and cracks in your enamel. A bad bite can lead to major dental problems, and plenty of discomfort for you.
Your consultation with Dr. Kimmie Patel or Dr. Kunal Parikh is the time ask the questions or voice the concerns you have about your oral health, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, or otherwise.
This one-on-one time with the dentist is invaluable, and our free dental exam is your invitation to find out what's going on with your oral health and what can be done from here to make your smile healthy and perfect. Contact Dentistry for Life in Philadelphia to schedule your appointment for a free dental exam.
Philadelphia dentist offers saturday and sunday appointments.
Our office is located at 1601 Walnut Street #1217 in Philadelphia. We offer appointments seven days a week to make dental care convenient for you and your schedule: