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© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist Dentists recommend that you go for a check-up at least twice a year. At the same time as you see the dentist, you can also make an appointment with the dental hygienist who will clean and polish your teeth for you.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist The dentist checks that your teeth are in good condition. If you have a hole, or a cavity, you may need a filling, which is a small amount of porcelain that the dentist uses to fill the hole. Many adults have one or more fillings – often in their back teeth or molars.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist You may have more serious problems with your teeth and occasionally the dentist will need to take an X-ray to see the damage to your teeth more clearly. A tooth may be so rotten that the dentist recommends an extraction (where the tooth is removed) or you may need root canal work,
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist Some adults also experience problems with their wisdom teeth. If you fall over and knock out one of your front teeth, the dentist may be able to fit a false tooth. The dentist can also repair teeth which have disintegrated, by putting a cap on the tooth, to stop it disintegrating further.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist Specialist dentists (called orthadontists) can straighten teeth which are crooked. They put braces (wires) on the teeth to do this. Many children need to have this work done.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist Dentists recommend that you brush your teeth twice a day, and floss your teeth to remove any food between your teeth. An antibacterial mouthwash will help to avoid the build-up of plaque (plaque dentaire).
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist Role Playing – Health Booking an appointment at the dentist’s: Scene: Claire works as a receptionist at Bradley DentalJeff is the patient.He phones up to make an appointment:Claire: Good afternoon, Bradley Dental Practice. How may I help you?Jeff: Oh, hello. I’d like to make an appointment to see the dentist.Claire: Which dentist do you usually see?Jeff: Er, Mr Forrester.Claire: Let’s see. (Pause) Are you in any pain at all?Jeff: No. It’s just for a check up, I think.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist Claire: When would you be able to come in?Jeff: Er, any time really.Claire: What about Tuesday afternoon, at twelve forty five?Jeff: Yes, that’s fine. Er, wait a minute. I’m going to see my cousin in Manchester on Tuesday,It’s his birthday. He’s going to be fifty. Have you got anything on Wednesday?Claire: I’ll check for you. (Pause) Wednesday at half past eight in the morningJeff: That’ll be OK. It’s a bit early though. Can you make it later - about ten o’clock?Claire: I’ve got twenty to eleven on Wednesday morning?Jeff: Yeah. That’ll be great. OK, yes.Claire: So we’ll see you on Wednesday at ten forty then.Jeff: Yes. Thanks then.Claire: Bye.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Taking an appointment for a Dentist “Prevention is better than cure” Brush your teeth twice a day and visit your Dentist once a year
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