General Dental Services

Dental Check-ups & Oral Hygiene

  • Check overall dental health
  • Take x-rays or other diagnostic procedures as necessary
  • Assess risk of tooth decay, root decay, and gum or bone disease
  • Determine need for fluoride treatments
  • Evaluate options for tooth restoration or tooth replacement
  • Check bite and jaw for problems
  • Remove surface stains or deposits on your teeth
  • Provide instruction for thorough cleaning of your teeth or dentures
  • VELscope is used for oral cancer screening
  • Digital radiographs are used for detailed x-ray images
  • Your dentist will discuss your various assessment needs with you


  • Whitening is best done through our office
  • There are no serious side effects, though some sensitivity may result
  • Talk with our team about the best treatment for you

Fillings & Crowns

  • A crown is highly durable and protects tooth structure
  • Porcelain crowns are the most popular for esthetics and durability
  • A crowns usually requires 2 – 3 visits
  • Composite fillings can repair moderately decayed or damaged teeth
  • Fillings are tooth coloured and not visible
  • Fillings last for many years and most work is done in a single visit

Night & Sport Guards

  • Sport guards are recommended for any aggressive sporting activity
  • Night guards are for grinding (bruxism) – affects 15 – 20% of adults
  • The most common way to alleviate bruxism is with a night guard
  • Night guards should be custom fit for optimal comfort and function

Additional Services


  • Invisalign offers a comfortable, convenient alternative to braces
  • Clear aligners are practically invisible
  • They are easy to maintain and cause less irritation
  • Allows you to eat the foods you like with ease
  • No uncomfortable brackets or wires
  • Ask your dentist if you are a candidate for Invisalign

Dental Implants

  • A great alternative to bridges, partials or complete dentures
  • An implant is an artificial root comprised of titanium metal
  • The artificial tooth is attached to the implant
  • Your dentist can advise whether dental implants are right for you

Complete & Partial Dentures

  • Complete dentures can be “Immediate” or “Conventional”
  • Immediate dentures are made in advance of tooth removal
  • Conventional dentures require a healing a period, are fitted after tooth removal
  • Partial dentures are used when one or more teeth remain in the jaw
  • Denture requirements are unique to each person
  • Your dentist can advise which denture solution is best for you
  • Dental implants can be a comofortable, long term alternative to dentures


  • Bridges are used to fill the gap between one or two missing teeth
  • Bridges are made up of two crowns one on each tooth on either side of the gap
  • As with crowns, various materials can be used
  • Good oral hygiene will ensure the longevity of your crown work


  • Extractions may occur due to damaged, crowded or decayed teeth
  • The process is usually very safe, quick and easily done
  • Discuss any medical conditions with your Dentist in advance