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New Patient Exam
Dental Clinic Services Aventura

At Aventura Bright Smiles, we welcome new patients to our Aventura dental office. Our friendly staff is dedicated to caring for you and your entire family’s oral health and well-being. Dr. Cohen provides a comprehensive new patient exam and consultation to assess your dental health and create a customized treatment plan for you. Contact us at 305-932-1214.

Dental Exam
A clinical exam is more commonly referred to as a routine check-up. A new patient exam lets your dentist essentially take inventory of the overall health of your mouth and teeth and diagnose any potential problems.

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X-rays
In most cases a clinical exam by itself is not sufficient to completely diagnose all potential problems. The majority of problems with your teeth are not visible to the naked eye. That’s why digital x-rays play a key role in allowing a more accurate look at what is going on inside your mouth and below your teeth and gums. Dentists use x-rays to check for cavities, bone loss and periodontal (gum) disease.

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