Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment

A comprehensive exam with us can be your route to overall health. Our objective is to not only pick up early signs of disease, but to give you the knowledge to improve your overall Oral, and Medical health, based on what is found during your exam. Since breakdown in either of these areas often leads to the breakdown of our teeth and gums, Cosmetic concerns may also be discussed.

We will work together to determine the best way to maintain or improve your overall health, and if applicable, any ways to restore your smile to its most attractive, natural looking state.

At the end of your Comprehensive Assessment, we sit down with you, one on one, to address your main concerns and wishes, and strive to help you find the best solutions for your personal situation. Learn how, choosing to treat life affecting and life threatening disorders, can affect your quality of life and life expectancy.

Your Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment Includes:

  • Joint Vibration Analysis (JVA)
  • Diagnostic photographs
  • Sleep Assessment
  • Posture Assessment
  • Airway Assessment
  • Pain Assessment
  • Cancer Screening
  • Digital Low Dose X-ray Imaging
  • Extensive Medical History Review
  • Cosmetic Assessment - facial & dental proportions
  • General Dental check up of teeth & gums
  • Extensive Charting of all aspects of Gum Health

Select Oral Health Plan

We also see many patients referred by their family Dentists, and Physicians, for assessment of various conditions that they do not treat in their own offices.

These include:

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD)
  • Sleep Breathing Disorders and Sleep Apnea
  • Periodontal Packing
  • Full or Half Mouth Rehabilitation
  • Comprehensive Cosmetic Rehabilitation
  • Face Lift Dentures
  • Physiologic Orthodontics

We will perform a comprehensive assessment of that SPECIFIC PROBLEM, and discuss a treatment plan. Full reports will be sent to the referring Dentists and Physicians with the patients consent.

Many patients discover us through other patients that have been helped by physiologic dentistry. New patients do not require a referral for an appointment and may contact us directly.

Referral Forms for Doctors

Dentists and physicians may contact us directly.