Dental Check Ups

A thorough dental check to prevent small problems before they turn into large, costly ones

DURATION

30-40 minutes

To detect and treat a small problem early on is much easier than waiting for the problem to grow, and will in the long run save time, money, and the your dental well-being. That's why at R&H DENTAL we emphasise the need for regular check-ups, excellent deep cleanings, fluoride treatments (especially for kids), and dental education and encouragement.

People have different rates at which their teeth decay. This is due to both habits, and genetics. It's important to find out what your decay rate is like, and the basic minimum for most people is to have a check up by their dentist every six months. However, if you have a slow decay rate, you may not need to have x-rays taken to see what's happening between your teeth every six months, for you it may be once a year or even once every two years.years.

Frequently Asked Questions about a Dental Check Up in Marbella

What is a Dental Check Up?

A dental check-up is a visit to the dentist to assess the health of your teeth and mouth. During a check-up, the dentist will typically clean your teeth, examine your teeth and gums for any signs of problems, and discuss with you any concerns you may have about your oral health. The dentist may also take x-rays of your teeth to get a better look at what is going on inside your mouth. Overall, a dental check-up is an important part of maintaining good oral hygiene and can help to prevent problems from developing in your mouth.

How often should I get a Dental Check Up?

The frequency of dental check-ups is typically based on an individual's oral health and risk of developing problems. In general, it is recommended that adults have a dental check-up at least once a year, although some people may need to visit the dentist more often. Factors that may increase the need for more frequent check-ups include having a history of gum disease, a high risk of tooth decay, and certain medical conditions such as diabetes. It is also a good idea to see the dentist immediately if you are experiencing any pain or discomfort in your mouth, or if you notice any changes in the appearance of your teeth or gums. Your dentist can help you determine the appropriate schedule for dental check-ups based on your specific needs.

What are the consequences of continually putting off getting a Dental Check Up?

There can be serious consequences to continually putting off dental check-ups. By not visiting the dentist regularly, you increase your risk of developing problems with your teeth and gums, such as cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss. These problems can lead to pain, discomfort, and difficulty eating and speaking. In addition, untreated oral health problems can have negative impacts on your overall health. For example, gum disease has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, and other health problems. Therefore, it is important to see the dentist regularly for check-ups and to address any problems that may arise in a timely manner.

Price range

X-rays (if and when necessary):
Intra-oral: 15€ (for up to 4 X-rays)
Panoramic: 20€
3D Full Face CT Scan: 20€
All x-rays are free for your first check up, for patients that intend to carry out the treatment at our clinic.
X-rays are however charged for second opinion consults.

* first check up free

Children (12 years and under) 40€ Adults 60€