Is There Any Effect Of The Results Of Medical Check-ups When The Teeth Are In A Cavity?
Hello doctor … I want a medical check-up whether it can be with the state of my teeth that have holes and there are damaged, and my gums are swollen. Can the results be good or what? Mhon the clarity.
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, for what purpose do you do the medical check-up (MCU)?
MCU can be done for personal interests, for example to check general health status, but can also be due to the demands of other institutions, for example:
When you want to register with a particular educational institution
When you want to work in a work institution
When you want to occupy certain positions, and so on
Depending on the objectives, procedures and graduation standards at this MCU can also be different. Not always, when the MCU the condition of your teeth and mouth will be examined in detail. Therefore, the condition of your cavities, damage, and swollen gums can affect the results of the MCU, or not. In a routine MCU, the doctor will usually conduct in-depth interviews related to the details of complaints that are or are often felt, a history of the disease suffered by you or your family, a history of medication consumed, conducting vital signs checks, conducting physical examinations from head to foot that are specialized in certain areas (such as the chest, abdomen, genitals), or also carry out several supporting examinations (such as x-rays, routine blood tests, drug detection), and so on.
So, the answer to your question can vary depending on the purpose of the MCU, yes. Good, to resolve your concerns, consult directly with the MCU organizing institution.
Hope this helps ...