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Dental Examinations

100 million Americans fail to see a dentist each year. Dental examinations and good oral hygiene can prevent most dental disease. According to the American Dental Association, it is recommended that you should visit the dentist every 6 months. Dental examinations are critical to your overall health and can prevent serious medical problems.

Dr. Jay Elbrecht and his team at Advanced Dental Care of Anderson understands how hard it is to fit a regular dental checkup into a busy schedule. Requesting an oral examination is fast and easy. We have found and corrected many oral health issues through dental examinations.

Benefits of a dental examination

The benefits of dental examinations through Advanced Dental Care of Anderson include:

  • Cavity prevention
  • Gum disease prevention
  • Prevention of tooth loss
  • Whitens and brightens your smile
  • Freshens your breath
  • Oral cancer detection
  • Detects other oral health issues
  • Enables optimal overall health

Our dental examination process

During a dental examination, Dr. Jay Elbrecht or a hygienist will clean your teeth and check for cavities and gum disease. They will evaluate your risk of developing other oral health problems! A dental exam might also include dental X-rays (radiographs) or other diagnostic procedures.

Dr. Jay Elbrecht can remove a lot of tartar and plaque during a regular cleaning. You will still have to perform proper maintenance on your own mouth each and every day. Routine dental cleanings and proper daily care will help keep your teeth and mouth clean, fresh and disease free.

Common questions

  • Teeth are sensitive to hot or cold
  • Gums are puffy or bleed when you brush
  • You have fillings, crowns, dental implants, or dentures
  • Uncomfortable with the way your smile or teeth look
  • Uncontrollable bad breath
  • Pregnancy
  • Pain or swelling in your mouth, face, or neck
  • Difficulty chewing or swallowing
  • Family history of gum disease or tooth decay
  • Medical condition such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or eating disorders
  • Dry mouth
  • Normal use of tobacco products
  • Painful jaw when opening and closing
  • Sore mouth
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Contact Us

Phone: (765) 622-7000

Dental offices located in Anderson, IN
1612 East 53rd St. Anderson, IN 46013


Request an Appointment

Dr. Jay Elbrecht is an Anderson Dentist that wants to see your best smile. Become part of our family by scheduling a dental appointment today!