Have a perfect smile!



1. Check Up and Cleaning

The most effective way to prolong the service life of our aging teeth is through regular prevention. The dental exam lets us customize a treatment plan just for your needs. The biggest advantage of preventive exams is it keeps your future dental costs and appointments low. Regular dental check ups can save you thousands of dollars and keep your teeth and health for life. Some important routine prevention techniques include -professional dental cleaning:


dental cleaning instruments reach hard to brush areas under the gums. This is crucial for keeping a stable bone level and removing bacteria. Regular cleaning will help protect your teeth from losing the bone that surrounds them. sealing deep grooves that show early signs of decay: this could prevent you from getting deep dental cavities in the future -identifying harmful bite and muscle habits early to prevent damage to teeth, bone and your jaw joint. Prevention could be through habit correction, bite guards or orthodontics Cracks and small fractures can be identified before bigger problems arise. -Early identification of dental decay helps keep fillings small which can increase the success of fillings for a lifetime.


2. Cosmetic Dentistry

A famous photographer, Alfred Yarbus, noticed that when people looked at a picture, their eye movements focused on people’s mouths and eyes. Research shows that showing your teeth is a sign of confidence. Your confident smile is your logo and business card. It makes people pay attention to your face for longer. Beautiful smiles make us look younger and feel more confident in our social and professional life.


Assessing your smile needs a consultation to determine what you would like to change and the best approach for smile design. The size, shape and location of teeth in relation to your overall face need to be assessed. Improving your smile can be done through different approaches including changing teeth shape with veneers, crowns, changing the teeth location through aligners, whitening teeth or sculpting your gums. Call us to book a complimentary consultation.


3. Straight Teeth With Aligners, Invisalign and Myobrace

When teeth are not fitting with each other or are moved out of their ideal locations, the result is people avoiding showing their teeth, closed lips smile, gum recession, cavities, grinding teeth, jaw or neck pain and even migraines. Most of the time restoring the right bite and balance can be achieved with simple aligners like Invisalign and Suresmile.


For us to assess your bite and reach a beautiful smile for life, it is necessary to also assess habits and how muscles are pushing. Contact us for a complimentary consultation and we would be glad to give you more information.


4. Early Childhood preventive Orthodontics (Myobrace).

We can prevent crooked teeth in children through Myobrace: Abnormal muscle movement usually starts in childhood from habits like mouth breathing or deviated swallowing. Stopping these habits early will bring back teeth to their natural healthy location and prevent the need for braces or expensive future treatment. Contact us now for more information to book an assessment.

5. Sedation and Alternatives

Our mouth is the most sensitive part of our body and close to our brain. Anxiety from dental work is common, preventing many people from attending regular dental care. In our dental clinic we offer many ways of bringing calm and comfort including:
  • Guided relaxation techniques
You don’t always need sedation medications to relax at the dental office. Most of the time all we need is to switch off our fight-or-flight mood by relaxing our body naturally. You can reduce anxiety naturally with your own body via guided techniques including breathing, guided imagery and listening to soothing sounds. Our body has a natural system for relaxation built in it. By using these advanced relaxation techniques, the experience of going to the dentist can be more pleasant.


  • Laughing gas (Nitrous Oxide gas)
    Naturally found in the atmosphere this gas produces a relaxing hypnotic state that brings the brain waves closer to a state of happiness, reduces the feeling of pain and helps with the gag reflex. This gas has a calming effect on our body and is considered to be the safest form of sedation in dentistry.
  • Oral sedation:
    In cases where there is need of stronger relaxation or past use of sedation pills was needed, we can give you some before your procedure. In some instances sedation medications can be combined with nitrous gas.


6. Working with The Gag Reflex

Our gag reflex is our body’s natural way to protect against choking by stopping the swallowing. However, having an exaggerated gag reflex can cause difficulty during dental visits. Strong gag reflex comes from stress, fear or previous bad dental experiences especially during childhood.


In some instances, gag reflex can come from post nasal drip, acid reflux, opening the mouth for long periods of time, a large tongue, tongue tie or even mouth breathing. At our clinic, we have many ways of dealing with a gag reflex Including relaxation breathing, guided relaxation, special topical anesthetics gels and mouthrinse (Catecaine and Dyclonine), Nitrous laughing gas, acupressure. Contact us now for more information.


7. Working With Dental phobia

Odontophobia or fear of the dentist can cause total avoidance of dental treatment even when in pain. This feeling can result from a previous bad experience or certain medical conditions. At our clinic, we have a special step by step approach to helping people with dental phobia.


Our approach is through initial virtual communication, exposure therapy, guided relaxation and imagery. The most important step is to create a safe environment to communicate and understand trigger factors. Trigger factors could be fear of needles, freezing, gauze, cotton, blood, saliva, pressure, pain, light, noise or even a certain smell. Addressing this phobia can take time but is possible to overcome with the right step by step approach. Contact us now for more information on how we can help you.


8. Restoring Damaged Teeth

The human body regenerates itself every 7 years except for the eye’s retina and tooth enamel. While teeth can repair, especially when we are young, teeth endure the tear and wear with the time. Just like old buildings need renovations, defective old fillings and cavities need to be repaired to prevent losing teeth.


Restoring teeth can be done by fillings and crowns. Root canals are often needed when decay has penetrated the outer layer of enamel and reached the nerve of the tooth. If this is not treated early, it can cause serious damage to the tooth. Root canals can also be necessary if there is an infection in the root of the tooth. If you think you may need a root canal, it's important to see your dentist as soon as possible.


9. Removing Teeth

Teeth occasionally need to be removed to prevent infection or save other teeth. An exam is first needed to determine your overall health, any modifications to medications or any risk factors While most teeth extractions can be done at our office, high medical risk factors or anxiety would be referred to a suitable specialist for your safety.

10. Root Canal Treatment

When damage to teeth is deep and the nerve inside the tooth is damaged, it may be necessary to clean and fill the inside of the tooth.

11. dentures

Dentures are crucial for maintaining chewing and health. We are pleased to have a mutual collaboration with our next door neighbor Burton Denturist. Through this collaboration we are able to make sure there is optimal quality of dentures and coordination of benefits and timing.