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General Dental Services

What We Do

We offer regular dental check-ups to maintain your oral health. Our services include:

Oral examinations, where we review your medical history and conduct relevant check-ups.

Dental cleaning to help prevent cavities, periodontal disease and other health issues.

X-rays to determine the presence of issues like periodontal diseases, abnormal growths, abscesses, cavities, etc.

Restorative Dentistry 

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The solution to tooth decay is often a filling which involves removing the decayed portion of the tooth and filling the space with composite (white) or amalgam (metal).

view of a dental crown


If your tooth already contains several fillings — or has a large amount of decay — we may suggest a crown to save your tooth. Crowns can be made of gold, porcelain fused to metal, or pure white porcelain (to resemble a natural tooth). A crown is normally completed over two appointments. During the first appointment, the tooth is prepared to receive the crown. An impression is taken and sent to the laboratory. During the second visit, your crown is inserted.

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Root Canals

You may require a root canal if tooth decay progresses and damages the nerve of your tooth. The dentist will remove the damaged nerve and fill the space with new material — allowing you to keep your natural tooth. Since the tooth no longer has the nerve to provide its blood supply, we may place a crown over your tooth to prevent it from chipping or cracking easily.

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If your tooth is badly decayed, we may recommend removing the affected tooth and building a bridge. The teeth adjacent to the missing tooth will act as supports for an artificial tooth in the middle.

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Dental implants

A badly decayed tooth often needs to be removed. In this situation, a dental implant is usually the best course of treatment. A titanium implant is placed in the bone, and a new crown is placed over the implant. Dental implants do not affect adjacent teeth and are considered to be the next best thing to having a strong, healthy natural tooth. They allow you to smile, speak and eat with comfort and confidence.

Comprehensive Oral Hygiene

Daily brushing and flossing are critical, but it’s not enough to maintain healthy teeth and gums. You also need regular hygiene visits. These appointments provide your teeth and gums with a thorough cleaning, inspection, and preventative maintenance.


Our dental hygienists will "scale" your teeth, removing tartar buildup, and polish the surface, thereby removing minor stains. You may also receive a fluoride treatment to help fight decay. However, hygiene visits are about much more than just cleaning. They give us an opportunity to see if you are brushing and flossing correctly and examine your teeth and gums for potential problems.


If your teeth require restorative work, it's important we find out as soon as possible in order to prevent the decay from spreading. It's also important to have your gums inspected because periodontal disease (gum disease) can lead to serious health problems, including heart disease.

Get your teeth checked regularly to prevent serious issues.

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