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Complete oral dental examination

It all starts with a full assessment, good planning and good advice. To get an overall picture of your dental and oral health, it is important to perform a careful examination.

We need to examine all the walls of your teeth, gums, jaw bones, mouth and the inside of the teeth. We also need to familiarize ourselves with the lifestyle habits affecting your teeth and the history of your mouth so that we can give you the relevant advice for complete health. In order to develop a treatment plan that includes all the necessary oral procedures, we recommend the following assessment steps in order to arrive at an accurate diagnosis.

Preventive care and gum treatment

Preventive care (dental cleaning) of your teeth is the key to maintaining your gum health and reducing the risk of developing gum disease. The frequency required varies from person to person and depends on several factors including your tendency to tartar as well as your risk factor for developing periodontitis. Did you know that periodontitis is the second most common cause of tooth loss in adults? It is possible to treat and control it using different specific treatments.

General dentistry

We offer general dentistry services for the whole family. Whether it is all types of repair (sealing) or preventive treatments, we will be able to meet your needs via suitable and quality care. All while ensuring the comfort of young and old alike!


An implant is the solution of choice for the replacement of one or more teeth. It is an artificial root accepted by your body and has an excellent long-term prognosis. The implant is fixed – that is, you do not need to remove anything. You can eat, and clean it, as if it were your natural tooth.

Complete prosthesis on implants

Implant prosthesis is by far the best option when a full denture is indicated. Stability and chewing force comparable to natural teeth, it allows you to find their comfort. The prosthesis being fixed to implants, the number required varies between 2 and 5 for the lower teeth. Talk to our team about the different options available to you.

Wisdom teeth extraction

Lucky are those who have the space to keep their wisdom teeth. Lack of space for wisdom teeth can lead to infections of the surrounding gum, tooth decay on the wisdom tooth itself or the adjacent one, the formation of a cyst, and other conditions. On the other hand, think again, they will not cause an overlap in your anterior teeth. If necessary, our professionals will take care of the entire procedure and ensure your comfort before, during and after the intervention.

Gum graft

The loosening of the gum has different etiologies. Inadequate brushing of teeth and gum disease are the two main causes. It is possible to return the bare gum to its original level or simply stabilize it to stop the process. This is commonly known as a gum graft. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team to give you all the information you need.

Dental veneers

If you are unsatisfied with the appearance of your teeth, veneers are a great option for transforming your smile. Veneers allow you to change the shape, color and to some extent the alignment of your teeth. They are a permanent and lasting treatment. The number of teeth to be covered and the type of veneer are to be discussed with the dentist. Several options are available to you according to your expectations and your budget.

Dental crowns

The dental crown is generally used to restore the shape, appearance and function of a damaged tooth. The crown is a covering of the reinforced ceramic tooth. It is recommended to solidify a tooth with a crown when it is weakened by large restoration (large filling) or after root canal treatment. It is also possible to use crowns to cover discolored or deformed teeth.

Pediatric dentistry

From the age of 1, it is recommended to make a first visit with your child to the dentist. The main purpose of the short visit is to familiarize the child with the environment and the dentist, and to give different tips and advice at home. The annual visits thereafter will make it possible to follow the dental and bone development of your child as well as give the necessary preventive care. For your information, Quebec's health insurance plan covers costs related to dental exams up to and including 9 years of age.

Root canal treatment

Who said a root canal should be painful? Contrary to popular belief, root canal treatment is a painless procedure under local anesthesia. It involves cleaning the nerve of a tooth and sealing it inside to prevent the infection from coming back. Root canal treatment allows patients to keep a tooth that has had an infection, rather than having it extracted.

Occlusal appliance

Premature wear of the teeth, the tempuro-mandibular joint, and muscular tension are the main pathological signs of bruxism, a habitual clenching of the jaw which can lead to teeth grinding. It is possible to notice these signs without having symptoms. The occlusal appliance – or night guard, or splint – is a therapeutic solution to control and prevent consequences. If you feel pain in your jaw or in its articulation, speak to your dentist about it.

Dentail inlay

Instead of using conventional filling materials such as amalgams (gray fillings) or composites (white fillings), it is possible to use a more solid inlay to treat a tooth.

The dentist recommends dental inlays when he deems it necessary to further solidify the tooth. The inlay has the advantages of strengthening the tooth weakened by caries or even too much filling. It is more durable than the usual "sealing".

When the remaining healthy structure of the tooth is insufficient, it is rather wise to invest intelligently and turn to dental inlays. They provide better resistance against fractures and more retain the natural and aesthetic appearance of the tooth while reducing the long-term risk of having root canal treatment.

Instead of using conventional filling materials such as amalgams (gray fillings) or composites (white fillings), it is possible to use a more solid inlay to treat a tooth.

Benefits of inlay

  • Provides better solidity to the tooth to avoid fractures.
  • Is more durable.
  • Allows to preserve more the integrity of the natural tooth.
  • Contributes to enhance the aesthetics of the tooth.

An inlay is a restoration made in the laboratory to repair a tooth. There are different materials for making an inlay: gold, porcelain and resin. Since gold is more durable, it is less aesthetic than porcelain. The choice of material is made according to the wishes of the patient and the recommendations of the dentist. If the extent of the repair is very large, the dentist might suggest using a crown to care for the tooth instead.

Lifespan of an inlay

An inlay can last between 5 and 20 years, depending mainly on the maintenance, the material with which it is made and oral habits (grinding your teeth or biting your nails shorten the life of an inlay).

Whitening without damage

In most cases, the natural color of the teeth varies from grayish to yellow. Teeth naturally darken with age, and the use of tobacco products and the consumption of certain foods or drinks can affect their appearance by causing stains on their surface.

In addition, the perception of tooth color is strongly affected by skin color and makeup. Regardless of the actual color of their teeth, people with darker skin or who use dark makeup will appear to have whiter teeth. Although teeth are not made naturally to be completely white, many Canadians want a brighter smile. To meet this desire, a wide range of bleaching products has been made available to consumers. These products fall into two broad categories: teeth whitening products and whitening products.

It is important to note that Health Canada considers the statements of manufacturers of teeth whitening products to be cosmetic in nature. This means that, although the statement must be accurate in order not to mislead the public, the regulatory body tolerates a certain exaggeration (exaggeration which must not mislead the public). As a result, the results may not be as convincing as the consumer initially hoped.

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Dental emergency

Emergency service is available daily Monday through Friday. Daily time slots are reserved exclusively for emergencies so that they are treated as soon as possible.

Dental emergencies include, for example, infections, pulpitis (long lasting acute pain), sensitive dental fractures, etc. Sometimes, depending on the severity of the problem or the complexity of the treatment to be given, a first treatment to reduce and / or eliminate the pain will be carried out and the patient will be seen again to complete the treatment. For any dental emergency contact us at 819 566-5025.