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We provide virtually every service dentistry has to offer, from a simple restoration to dental implants.

Invisalign:
A confident smile can change everything. Invisalign make the decission easy, because you can get a stunning smile without most people even noticing you’re through treatment.

For Comfort, Care & Convenience:
We have a friendly, caring staff; you can relax with nitrous oxide. We have convenient hours for appointments, you can always make an appointment on our website or call our office.

We also now have a virtual reality DVD experience for you while undergoing treatment.Watch one of our many selections or even bring along one of your favourite DVD's.

Safety:
We have the highest infection control standards and ongoing continuing education.We use digital radiography (X-rays). They are safer, better, faster and smarter.

 

Cosmetics and Implants:
Natural-looking crowns and bridges; Fix chips, cracks, and stains; Create beautiful smiles; Bleach teeth for whiter, natural looking image; Mercury-free tooth-colored fillings; Implants done by a specialist.

Intra-oral Cameras:
You can now see what we see with this camera. You become better informed, and we can detect problems sooner.
 

Periodontics (gum treatment):
This includes non-surgical and surgical treatment; cosmetic solutions; implants; and head and facial pain treatment. Put an end to bleeding gums and bone loss.

General Dentistry for All Ages:
The entire family can be seen and cared for from 3 years to 95 years old.

Bicon Dental Implants:
The Bicon System is a unique dental implant system, offering the worldwide dental community a comprehensive solution since 1985. Bicon’s engineers and clinicians have been responsible for many of the innovations in implant dentistry for decades.

Bicon’s unique plateau design follows sound bioengineering principles which allow for the use of short implants, its unique bacterially-sealed, locking taper, implant to abutment connection provides for 360 degrees of universal abutment positioning – offering restorative flexibility unmatched by other implant systems. The sloping shoulder of the Bicon implant consistently provides for gingivally aesthetic restorations, which are easily achieved because the bone that is maintained over the shoulder of the implant provides support for the interdental papillae.

Bicon’s unique design and its revolutionary clinical techniques have not only passed the test of time, but also continue to lead implant dentistry.

"Bicon implants have changed my practicing life. Out go screws, torque drivers and expensive special tools. In come conventional prosthetics and the Bicon IAC. The cost of implants to patients is now the same as bridgework, so the fee acceptance is not a problem. As the people at Bicon say, ‘Simple. The way it was meant to be'. How true."

Dr. Clive Debenham



 

"I have been placing dental implants since 1982. I have successfully used the 6.0mm Bicon since 1997 in cases that would have required grafting procedures and in some instances, even nerve repositioning. The Bicon short implant provides implant treatment for patients who otherwise may not have gone forward with their treatment."

Dr. Clarence Lindquist

Ceramic Reconstruction step by step (CEREC):

  • An optical 3D image is acquired with a small camera, directly in your mouth.
  • The restoration is created on the screen using the image data.
  • Diamond coated instruments mill a ceramic block to reproduce the design.
  • This is accomplished during a single appointment using Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM).
  • After polishing, the new restoration fits precisely.
  • A unique light hardens the bonding material, uniting porcelain and tooth.
  • Polishing or glazing ensures a pleasantly smooth and natural feel.
  • The colour and appearance make the special ceramic material blend with your tooth.
  • Perfectly bonded porcelain ensures an extremely long life for your teeth.
  • Maximum strength, great looks!

Why CEREC?

  • Protects and preserves your own tooth’s structural integrity.
  • Ceramics are bio-compatible.
  • Only one appointment.
  • Perfect looks.
  • Perfect comfort.
  • Perfect quality.
  • Long lasting and durable.
  • Unquestionably the most cost effective restoration we have available today.

Waterlase Dentistry:
We use the Waterlase laser to perform many dental procedures with fewer shots and less anaesthetic. That means a new level of comfort and satisfaction for your entire family.

What is Waterlase Dentistry?
Waterlase Dentistry uses a patented combination of laser energy and water – a process called HydroPhotonics – To perform a wide range of dental procedures on teeth, gums and bone more comfortably. Waterlase Dentists typically use fewer shots and less anaesthesia to provide a more comfortable dental experience.

Lasers have long been the standard of care for many surgical and cosmetic procedures such as LASIK, wrinkle removal, and hair removal. The Waterlase was approved for hard tissue procedures in 1998 and since has been cleared for numerous additional dental procedures. Thousands of dentists around the world have performed millions of Waterlase hard and soft tissue procedures.

Why should I use a Waterlase Dentist?
Waterlase Dentistry has many advantages over conventional dental instruments:

Your COMFORT Heat, vibration and pressure are the primary causes of pain associated with the use of traditional drill. Since the Waterlase laser cuts hard and soft tissue without heat, vibration or pressure, your dentist may be able to perform your procedure with fewer shots and less anaesthesia. Plus, using the Waterlase laser reduces bleeding, post-operative pain and swelling, and the need for pain medication in many cases.

Accuracy and Precision A Waterlase Dentist can remove decay in tooth enamel – the hardest substance in the human body! – While leaving the surrounding tooth unaffected.

Reduced Trauma High-speed drills can cause hairline fractures in teeth that can eventually lead to future dental problems. The gentle action of the Waterlase laser reduces damage to healthy portions of the tooth, minimizing trauma.

Improved Cavity Filling Waterlase cavity preparations increase bond strength of tooth-coloured restorations, for longer lasting fillings.

Fewer Dental Visits! Since you may need shots or anaesthesia, your Waterlase Dentist may be able to perform cavity preparations in several areas
of your mouth, rather than having you come back for multiple visits. In addition, your Waterlase Dentist may be able to perform procedures for which
you might have previously required referral to a specialist.

Less Bleeding and Swelling Due to its gentle cutting action and coagulating capabilities the Waterlase laser performs many procedures on gums
and other soft tissues with little or no bleeding and less post-operative swelling.

Versatility The Waterlase laser was first cleared by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to cut tooth structure in 1998, and has since received over
60 additional clearances for wide range of procedures on teeth, gums, and bone.

What Procedures Can Be Performed With A Waterlase?

  • Tooth, Bone and Gum procedures
  • Decay Removal
  • Cavity Preparation
  • General dentistry for enamel and dentine
  • Root Canals
  • Smile design
  • And more!

Is Waterlase Dentistry Safe?
Yes! In the hands of your trained dentist, the Waterlase is a safe medical device. As a Waterlase Dentist, your doctor is committed to providing you
with the best possible care and dental experience.

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