Whether you’re a current or new patient, we’re is here to help. When you need emergency dental care, we will provide the earliest available appointment to deliver the care you need. We can typically accommodate emergency dentist appointments for walk-ins or offer a same-day appointment.
Toothache Relief & Broken Tooth
Swollen Jaw & Sore Gums
Lost filling & Crown Repairs
If you are in need of emergency dental services, call our office now! If your situation occurs outside of our typical working hours, call us to connect to our emergency dental services line for proper guidance.
Bridges and implants are two ways to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Bridges are false teeth anchored in place by neighbouring teeth. The bridge consists of two crowns on the anchoring teeth along with the false tooth in the centre. Dental implants are artificial roots used to support replacement teeth.
Bridges, Crowns, & Caps
Please contact our office to learn more or schedule your consultation!
When one of our patients needs to strengthen a damaged tooth or improve their tooth’s appearance they may be a candidate for a dental crown procedure.
During your consultation we will go over the various types of crowns and take a mold of the tooth. Once you have decided on the type of crown we will then schedule your procedure appointments. You have the option of getting a same day crown or selecting a metal crown that will need to be installed at a later appointment.
We strive to make sure your dental dentures fit perfectly and restore your beautiful smile. Our dentures are designed to replace missing teeth and the surrounding tissue while resembling your natural teeth. Dentures are a removable appliance that are designed to last numerous years and may require occasional adjustments to due normal wear. Patients who have either lost all, or several, teeth in either the upper or lower arch are good candidates for receiving dentures.
Please contact our office to request a consultation for your custom dental dentures today!
We recommend our patients undergo root canal therapy when the soft tissue, or pulp, inside the root becomes inflamed or infected. If the inflammation or infection is left untreated an abscess can form and the infection is more likely to spread to the surrounding gum tissue. It is important to let your dental hygienist know if you are experiencing any pain, tenderness when chewing, or sensitivity to heat and/or cold. These are common signs for indicating if a root canal may be necessary.
Cleaning, Shaping, and Filling
Crowns & other Restoration Options
It is normal for patients to feel mild discomfort in the area surrounding the tooth for the next few days. Please contact our office staff to schedule your consultation!
Periodontal or gum disease is an infection that affects the gums and jaw bone, which can lead to a loss of gum and teeth. There are two major stages — gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is the milder and reversible form; periodontal disease is often more severe. In some cases, gum surgery will be required to reverse the effect of the disease.
Regular preventative care is an effective way to help reduce costly dental issues. Aside from brushing and flossing daily, routine dental cleanings and exams are the best preventative dentistry. During routine cleanings and exams, your dentist will have the chance to diagnose dental problems before they have a chance to worsen.
If you’re ready to have whiter and brighter smile please contact our office to schedule an appointment!