Diagnosis Control / Prevention
At the first appointment a detailed diagnostic test is performed.
Initially a detailed medical and dental history of the patient is obtained and intraoral digital xrays are performed.
Then the dentist examines the patient and all problems are recorded (treatment plan).
The dentist gives his patient all the necessary tips for daily oral hygiene, proper use of a toothbrush, the use of dental floss and interdental brushes.
As part of prevention, every six months a visit to the dentist should be carried out for re-examination. The goal of an adult preventive program is to maintain dental health so that no new caries or periodontal diseases occur.