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All Dentists Agree – Electric Toothbrush Over a Manual Toothbrush

Many patients don’t realize just how important it is to use the right toothbrush. They typically rely on the sample they get after their 6-month dental visit or pick up a cheap option at their local grocery store. To them, all toothbrushes are basically the same, and they don’t see a reason to invest in an electric version.

While using a manual brush is, of course, better than nothing, many dentists in Burnaby, BC want their patients to make the switch to electric. These brushes help ensure patients get their mouths as clean as possible—reducing their cavity risk and the likelihood they’ll develop gingivitis.

Either kind of brush is fine, but you are more likely to spend the right amount of time brushing—two to three minutes—when you’re using an electric toothbrush, says our very own Burnaby Dentist Dr. Jasmine Sethi. (Manual brushers average less than one minute.)

The Key to a Lifelong, Healthy Smile

Burnaby Dentists agree that regular tooth brushing (no matter how high tech or low tech the gadget) and flossing can help prevent tooth decay.

As a general rule, our Burnaby dental clinic recommends that children up to age 7 have adult supervision while brushing. This is to make sure kids completely clean all surfaces of their teeth, even hard-to-reach places where plaque often accumulates, such as the back molars or the lower bottom teeth next to the tongue.

The CDA has more suggestions for parents to help their kids develop good dental habits:

  • Take your child to see the dentist regularly. Schedule a visit to the dentist within six months of the eruption of the first tooth and no later than the child’s first birthday.
  • Encourage children to drink from a cup by their first birthday.
  • Start brushing the child’s teeth with water as soon as the first tooth appears. A pea-sized amount of toothpaste can be used after age 2, when the child can spit it out.
  • Watch how your child eats. It’s better to eat regular meals and fewer sugary snacks.
  • Make certain your child gets the right amount of fluoride needed for decay-resistant teeth. Ask your dentist how this can be done.
  • Ask your dentist about dental sealant, a thin protective barrier that shields the chewing surface of back teeth from tooth decay.

Whichever you use, choose one with soft bristles. Others may be too abrasive and could lead to receding gums. No matter what kind of brush you choose, be sure to floss daily.

What causes receding gums, and what can be done about them?

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Overzealous toothbrushing. Brushing too hard around the gum line, or just brushing with bristles that are too hard, can erode gums.

There are 2 main causes:

  1. Teeth grinding (a.k.a. bruxism). Some people grind so hard that the pressure accelerates gum erosion. In many cases, your dentist can shave down a tooth that is causing your bite to hit against another tooth. In other cases, you may need to get a customized mouth guard to wear at night (when most grinding and clenching occurs) to prevent further damage.
  2. Gum disease. This is an infection of the gums that occurs when bacteria become lodged between the tooth and the gum. The bacteria eventually eat away at the bone and the supporting tissues at the base of the tooth. As the bone recedes, so does the surrounding gum tissue.

What to do? Depending on the cause and the severity of the problem, a dentist may recommend anything from a deep cleaning of the teeth and gums to a gum graft, a procedure in which tissue is taken from the top of the mouth and grafted onto the gums, where it takes hold over the course of four to six weeks.

What is the best kind of toothpaste to use?

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At a minimum, purchase a toothpaste that carries the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) seal of acceptance, which means that it has been independently tested, lives up to any label claims, and contains fluoride, a mineral that keeps tooth enamel strong and prevents tooth decay.

If you have sensitive teeth, toothpaste labeled for this can help lessen pain. These products contain minerals, like strontium chloride and potassium nitrate, that block the tiny tubules in teeth that lead to the nerves. You generally need to use the toothpaste for several weeks to feel an improvement, as the mineral needs to accumulate over time.

If your dentist says you have excess tartar (which can lead to tooth decay), look for a tartar-control toothpaste containing pyrophosphate, which can help reduce the buildup. Some new formulas boast the antibacterial ingredient triclosan, which is often found in liquid hand washes and can help cut down on gingivitis, tartar buildup, and bad breath, according to the CDA.

If your teeth look dingy, toothpaste marketed as “whitening” can help brighten your smile. These paste usually contain tiny crystals or mild chemicals that loosen debris and remove minor stains. Those with baking soda work in the same way.

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Root Canal

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When the nerve of a tooth is affected by decay or an infection, a root canal procedure is necessary. But don’t worry, our Burnaby Dentists have successfully completed hundreds of root canals over the years. In order to ensure tooth survival, the living tissue inside the tooth known as the pulp will have to be removed along with the nerves, bacteria, and overall decay. The empty space is then filled with medicated dental materials, specially designed to restore the tooth to full functionality.

Having a root canal performed is the best treatment for saving an infected tooth that would otherwise wither away and die on its own. Many patients believe that removing a tooth is the only way to fix a problem. Not only is this untrue, but removing a tooth can end up being more expensive than other procedures because the infection might spread to adjacent teeth. Root canals are very successful and in most cases, last a lifetime. If there are any new infections that form, the tooth can easily retreat.

Reasons for a Root Canal

  1. Swelling or tenderness
  2. Heat and cold sensitivity
  3. Severe toothache (worse with pressure)
  4. Presence of an abscess (round bump) on the gums

Frequently Asked Questions About Root Canal

1. What is a Root Infection and How Do I Know If I Have One?

When the bottom section (below the gum) of a tooth develops a cavity, either through decay or a fracture, this gap quickly fills up with nasty bacteria. This is very bad for the health of teeth and gums and puts a great strain on surrounding tissues. If left untreated, it can cause tooth loss, bone degeneration, and gum disease.

The symptoms of a root infection can sometimes be very easy to spot and a little trickier at other times. In fact, you really do not want the symptoms to be too obvious because if they are, you likely have an abscess. This is a very painful condition and it only occurs if a dental problem has been allowed to deteriorate.

In some cases, root infections may present mild pain, but to make sure that they are spotted early, keep up with regular dentist appointments. That way, a root canal can be scheduled before any irreversible damage is done to the pulp inside the affected tooth. This will give you a very high chance of being able to keep it. On the other hand, if the infection has been allowed to fester for too long, the tooth may need to be extracted.

2. Is it expensive?

Saving your tooth through endodontic treatment is less expensive and less invasive than an extraction and replacement with a bridge or implant. The cost will depend on your dental insurance coverage. Our dental professionals will help with getting your insurance information and let you know the cost of your root canal.

3. How long does the repaired tooth last?

Potentially, the repaired tooth lasts a lifetime! If the patient has a good oral care routine and visits the dentist twice a year for cleanings and exams, the restored tooth should have a long life.

4. What is a root canal procedure?

During root canal treatment, the tooth pulp and tooth roots are cleaned to remove microbes that cause infection, and a filling material is placed in the roots.

The procedure is performed when the tooth pulp has become infected (a condition is known as pulpitis) or when the infection has spread to the roots or jawbone.

Microbes and infected tissue are removed from the pulp and roots using special needles and chemical rinsing substances. After the tooth has been disinfected, a filling material is placed in the root canal.

5. What problems and pain can occur due to the root canal procedure?

Root canal treatment usually requires multiple relatively long visits (30-90 minutes per visit). The mouth has to be kept open during the treatment, and as a result, jaw joints and the muscles that keep the mouth open often get tired.

Local anesthesia used in dental procedures is effective in preventing root canal pain during the treatment. It may not work properly in rare cases, such as when the infection has spread widely and caused changes in the acidity of the surrounding tissue.

Sometimes, teeth become discolored and turn dark or grey following a root canal treatment. This discoloration is caused by bleeding inside the tooth or by the filling material used in the procedure. Discolored teeth can be whitened.

6. What can I do if root canal therapy doesn’t work?

At times, a root canal won’t be able to save your tooth. One of the best alternatives to root canal therapy is a tooth extraction. If your dentist recommends this dental procedure, you will also need a tooth implant or dental bridge in order to restore full functionality of your mouth and smile.

7. Should I be worried about X-rays?

No. While x-rays will be necessary during your endodontic treatment, we use an advanced non-film computerized system called digital radiography that produces radiation levels up to 90 percent lower than those of already low dose conventional dental x-ray machinery.

8. Is there any other method to reduce my anxiety besides local anesthesia?

We are very sensitive to the fact that, no matter how well-informed you are about the procedure, you may still experience anxiety. Protecting your oral health is our top priority, and we don’t want you to forgo treatment because you’re fearful about the procedure. In that case we offer sedation options that will calm you so that you can get the treatment you need.

9. How will I feel after a root canal?

Your tooth may feel a little sensitive after the procedure, but you’ll finally be out of pain! If you’re experiencing soreness or sensitivity, you can take over-the-counter medications.

10. Will the tooth need any special care or additional treatment?

After your root canal procedure, you should be careful not to bite or chew on the treated tooth until it has recovered. We encourage all patients to practice good daily oral care that includes flossing and brushing.

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FAQ

Top 10 Dental Questions You Should Ask

From a very early age, you’re encouraged to ask questions – to parents, in school and especially in the dentist’s office. But when in medical environments, asking dental questions is an important part of your long-term healthcare. Here are 10 you should ask.

1. How Can I Improve the Whiteness of My Teeth?

A beautiful smile showing clean, white teeth give a tremendous boost to your confidence. Most people experience some discoloration of teeth over the years, either from surface or extrinsic stains or internal ones. Treat stains caused by coffee, wine, tobacco and pigmented foods with at-home whitening or have a professional, in-office whitening done regularly. For intrinsic discoloration, consider composite bonding or the application of veneers to the affected teeth, which provides a more permanent solution.

Professional, in-office teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world today. Unlike home-use systems that incorporate low-dose bleaching agents, in-office whitening takes place under carefully monitored conditions which allow for the safe, controlled, pain-free use of a relatively high concentration of bleaching gel – yielding results that are visible immediately.

2. How Often Should I Get a Dental Checkup?

Dental health varies from person to person, but the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) recommends adult patients visit a dentist twice a year even if their mouth is in excellent condition. This enables you to get your teeth cleaned professionally on a regular basis and ensure that any potential problems are identified early.

Having to visit the dentist every six months may not be the appointment that everyone looks forward to, but it is one of the most important ones to keep. If you have found yourself wondering what the point of having regular dental checkups and cleanings really is, we’ve got something for you to think about.

If you are considering skipping a dental checkup because of cost or another factor like time or dental anxiety, make sure to consider all the risks. What you might end up paying in the long run for not visiting your dentist will likely be much higher, both for your wallet and your peace of mind.

3. What Are the Best Ways to Practice Good Oral Hygiene at Home?

It’s vital that all adults engage in daily brushing and flossing, but to take your oral hygiene to the next level, follow a handful of particular steps to good dental health. These include:

  • Using products that contain fluoride.
  • Limiting snacks that are high in sugar.
  • Eating a balanced diet of fruits and vegetables.
  • Avoiding tobacco in any form.

4. Why Should I Have Dental X-Rays Taken?

Your dentist takes a full set of dental X-rays early into the doctor-patient relationship. This helps to examine and record your mouth’s hidden areas for issues that need comparing against changes that occur between appointments. Most adult patients have bitewing X-rays every year and a full mouth series every four to five years. But those with a higher risk for dental caries problems may need them every six to 18 months.

Dental x-rays are a common diagnostic procedure that is considered extremely safe. Digital dental x-rays have very low doses of radiation, producing just a fraction of what you are exposed to in other imaging procedures. If you’re worried about whether you need dental x-rays, or wondering if you should forego this procedure due to other medical conditions, it’s helpful to dive a little deeper into what dental x-rays involve, why they’re performed, and how they’re best handled.

When these x-rays are performed properly with adequate safety precautions in place, there’s very little cause for concern. A routine examination with four bitewing x-rays exposes you to roughly the same amount of radiation you will experience during one to two hours on an airplane.

5. How Do I Prevent Tooth Decay, Gingivitis and Other Problems?

The best way to ensure a healthy mouth is to follow a balanced diet and visit the dentist regularly – while maintaining your oral care routine twice a day. Conditions such as diabetes or HIV/AIDS can also affect your dental health, as well as medications and certain types of chemotherapy. Protect yourself against problems that can advance quickly by discussing these dental questions with your practitioner.

  1. Brush your teeth twice a day: You should brush your teeth each morning and night, no exceptions. Teeth brushing is vital to prevent excessive plaque build-up that leads to cavities and periodontal disease. Use a manual or electric brush with soft bristles to gently brush the outer surfaces of your upper and lower arches, the inside surfaces of teeth, and the top chewing surfaces of teeth. Use up and down motions and take your time to carefully reach all areas.
  2. Use anti-bacterial mouthwash: The sugars and starches in your foods and beverages react with the bacteria in your saliva to form an acid that erodes your tooth enamel. Anti-bacterial mouthwash helps manage the bacteria levels in your mouth.

  3. Floss your teeth daily: Flossing is an effective way to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.Teeth brushing only does so much to clean your teeth. Flossing is essential to clean the small crevices, spaces between teeth and the gum line of food particles that lead to cavities and gum inflammation.
  4. Strengthen your enamel with fluoride products: Tooth enamel is your tooth’s natural defense, an outer protective layer. When the enamel wears away, your tooth becomes susceptible to cavities. Fluoride products like fluoridated water, fluoride treatment or fluoride toothpaste help prevent cavities.

6. What Is Tooth Sensitivity and Why Do I Have It?

Patients with tooth sensitivity feel pain when they consume items that are hot or cold, sweet or acidic. This comes from thinned tooth enamel, which doesn’t protect the tooth pulp or dentin from exposure to extreme temperatures. In some patients, this may be a result of:

  • Receding gums
  • Tooth grinding during sleep
  • Chipped or fractured teeth
  • Tooth whitening
  • Orthodontics and fillings

Your dentist will examine the affected teeth and recommend treatment to reduce your sensitivity.

7. Why Should I Consider Dental Implants?

Dental implants are the ideal way to replace missing or weakened teeth. Most adult patients are good candidates for implants because they can help to prevent the remaining teeth from moving or loosening as a result. Implants are permanent and serve as a good alternative to dentures for anyone with an otherwise healthy mouth and jaw.

A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium metal. It is inserted into the jawbone to replace the root of the natural tooth. An artificial replacement tooth is attached to the implant. The implant acts as an anchor to hold the replacement tooth in place.

8. Should I Use Mouthwash Regularly?

Cosmetic mouthwashes are aimed at freshening breath and maintaining a healthy color, but they contain fluoride to help fight cavities as well. Therapeutic rinses can also treat conditions such as gingivitis, tooth sensitivity and inflammation caused by chemotherapy. For more advanced conditions, prescription mouthwashes often contain chlorhexidine gluconate to kill bacteria that cause bleeding, inflammation and the formation of plaque.

Mouthwash is not recommended for children younger than 6 years of age.  Swallowing reflexes may not be well developed in children this young, and they may swallow large amounts of the mouthwash, which can trigger adverse events—like nausea, vomiting, and intoxication (due to the alcohol content in some rinses). Check the product label for specific precautions and age recommendations.

9. At What Age Should My Child First See a Dentist?

Studies show children can develop their first cavities by two years old, so the Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends booking the first visit once their first tooth erupts – or, at the latest, their first birthday. This helps your dentist catch potential problems that can affect the child’s overall health and well-being as more teeth erupt over time.

10. When Do Their Baby Teeth Typically Fall Out?

Most children begin losing their baby teeth between the ages of six and eight, and they typically fall out in roughly the same order in which they erupted. Keep in mind that all patients are different. Children’s and adult’s oral condition depends on how long they’ve gone without an appointment, how long your kids’ baby teeth last and even some things to which you are naturally more sensitive. With these questions queued up, you’ll never be in doubt as to the state of your mouth’s health.

FAQ

Tips on Finding the Best Dentist

Take your time choosing a dentist; don’t wait for an emergency! There are several things to consider when looking for a dentist.

1. Location and office hours

Choose a dentist close to home or work. This will prevent you from saying “It’s too far, or I just don’t have time”. Therefore will make it easier to schedule visits and to arrive on time. Also, make sure that the dental office is open on the days and at the times when you are able to schedule an appointment. There are also dentists who do emergency dental work. We find that those dentists are the ones that care most for their patients.

2. Cost

Does the dentist accept your insurance? Does the dentist offer multiple payment options (credit cards, personal checks, payment plans)? If your insurance plan requires referrals to specialists, can this dentist provide them?

Also, be aware that costs vary by practice. If you can, get estimates of what your dentist might charge for common procedures such as fillings, crowns or root canal therapy. Even if you have dental insurance, you may be paying part of the costs yourself. Please note that, cheapest shouldn’t dictate your decision. It should be a factor, and that’s it.

Personal comfort

One of the most important things to consider when you choose a dentist is whether you feel comfortable with that person. Are you able to explain symptoms and ask questions? Do you feel like the dentist hears and understands your concerns? Would you feel comfortable asking for pain medicine, expressing your fear or anxiety, or asking questions about a procedure?

We’ve compiled a list of dentist bio’s here. These are generated by reader’s review along with our staff experience in interviewing them.

Professional qualifications

The dentist’s office should be able to tell you about the dentist’s training. The office also should have policies on infection control. If the staff seems uncomfortable answering your questions, or you are uncomfortable with their answers, consider finding another dentist. You can also obtain information about a dentist’s qualifications from the local dental society or your insurance carrier. Most organizations of specialty dentists also list their members and qualifications.

We’ve also compiled a list of exceptional dental clinics that exceeded our expectation. Click here to view the list of dental offices.

Emergency care

Find out what happens if you have an emergency, either during normal office hours or at night or on a weekend. A dentist should not refer you to a hospital emergency room. You should be able to contact your dentist (or a suitable substitute) at any time by calling an answering service, cell phone or pager.

Province licensing boards

Most provincial dental boards such as British Columbia Dental Association, have a website where you can verify if your dentist is licensed. The website also should tell you whether there have been any disciplinary actions taken against him or her.

How To Find a Dentist

  • Your friends and family — Friends and family members are a great resource. They can tell you about the personality of the dentist and office staff, and answer questions. Here are some good questions to ask:
    How well does the dentist explain treatment options?
    How long do you have to sit in the waiting room?
    Do you feel comfortable asking questions?
    How does the office handle emergencies?
    How long do you have to wait for an appointment?
    How are bills handled?
  • Your current dentist — If you are moving, ask your current dentist if he or she knows of someone to recommend near your new home.
  • Your physician — Your physician may be able to provide some names of dentists.heck the yellow pages or be alert for advertisements.

Looking for a dental office you can call home? Below is a list of some dental clinics not in Burnaby, but in the Lower Mainland. Try one of these dental offices in British Columbia.


Dentist in Delta BC

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Dr. Dhir and his wife Dr. Sethi are both dentists who recently opened this dental clinic. They have the state-of-the-art dental equipment and are serious about getting you a better smile. They believe that with the knowledge, the right dental equipment, and the passion, you can help anyone achieve that smile they have always wanted.

Newest Dental Clinic in Delta

Delta Dental has already become the talk of the town for the amazing way they treat their clients. Still a relatively new clinic on the scene in Delta, B.C., the clinic is making serious headway as one of the top dental providers in the area. With a dream team of dental professionals, a wide range of services (including emergency), and a great location, you cannot go wrong choosing Delta.

Website: https://deltadentalbc.com
Address: 110-8295 120th Street, Delta, BC V4C 6R1


Dentist in Vancouver, BC

Star Dental on West Broadway

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Star Dental has been apart of the Vancouver community for decades and has continued to strive even with all the new dental clinics popping up in the area. That’s due to the amazing team they have at their Broadway St. location.

Star Dental: Our Mission

The name may have changed over the years, but Star Dental’s landmark Fairmont Medical Building location has remained as constant as our dedication to providing quality dental care.

For over 25 years, we have strived to build and maintain long-term relationships with families and make a difference in our community. Our office is located in the central Fairmont Medical Building at West Broadway and Willow, in Vancouver’s vibrant Fairview Slopes community. It is conveniently accessible by transit or car, located near the Canada Line train station and the B-Line route.

Website: www.stardentalwestbroadway.com
Address: 1215-750 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1J2, Canada


Sunrise Village Dental on East Hastings Street

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Absolutely the most caring, huggable, honest dentist you can find in Vancouver. Dr. Vinay Dhir has been known to bend over backward for his patients. If you need a dentist who will work around your busy schedule, Dr. Dhir is your dentist.

Why Choose Sunrise Village Dental

Here in Sunrise Village Dental, our commitment is to go above and beyond at all times for our patients. Our Dentists and dental professionals achieve this by creating the most relaxing, least painful experience you have ever had at a dental office.

This means that everything we do is focused on putting our patients first, and making sure our patients always receive the best dental care and our undivided attention.

Website: www.stardentalwestbroadway.com
Address: 2538 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC, Canada


EastVan Dental on Commercial Drive

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Right in the heart of the Italian Community lies EastVan Dental. It’s owned and operated by Dr. Alam who is a relatively new dentist, but nonetheless very competent dentist. He has an amazing support staff along with a one of the sweetest partner, Dr. Hunter. Together, you have nothing to worry about.

Why Choose EastVan Dental

East Van Dental Clinic in Vancouver is your go-to clinic for putting a smile on your face for everyone to see. We offer cosmetic and family dentistry, and place care and quality as most important for our patients. Combining the latest technology with experienced and caring dental professionals is a marriage made in heaven that will have you seeing fantastic results.

We are currently accepting new patients right now! Be sure to book an appointment for an Exam, where we will discuss your dental history, assess your cosmetic goals, and much more…

Website: www.eastvandental.com
Address: 2085 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC V5N 4B1


Dentist in Kitsilano Vancouver BC

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Meet Dr. Alex Rosenczweig. We are both clinical instructors at UBC in the Faculty of Dentistry.  He’s not only a good dentist but also a good friend.

Dr. Alex operates a dental office in Vancouver, BC called Accord Dental, located in the Kitsilano area.  He took over Accord Dental in 2007 and has since made a reputable name for himself.  Although his dental office is fairly busy, he always welcomes new patients.

If you enjoy playing volleyball, swing by Kitsilano Beach and you just might see Dr. Alex there.  He’s always up for a game.

Dr. Alex is a resident of Kitsilano and is on call for dental emergencies. He is known to be a caring and understanding dentist who puts his patients first.

Website: www.accorddental.ca
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ddress: 2385 W. 4th Ave (Kitsilano) Vancouver BC, V6K 1P2


Dental Office in Surrey BC

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The first dental office located in Central City Shopping Mall is Surrey Place Dental.  They are a group of dedicated dentists working out of Central City Shopping Mall.  You can get to us using public transit via Surrey Central Skytrain Station.

The team of dentists works closely with their patients to help them achieve the smile they’ve always wanted.  Their veteran dentists include Dr. Bhasker Thakore, Dr. Greg Chang and Dr. Joy Maru.  They also have some up-and-coming dentists such as Dr. Colin Loewen and Dr. Sarah Garbelya.

Surrey Place Dental has a solid foundation of both staff and dentists.  Come on by and check them out!

Website: www.surreyplacedental.com
Address: 2446 Central City Surrey V3T 2W1 Canada


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The Dental Group at Central City just opened up another dental office about a year ago to make sure their patients can book dental appointments without having to wait long. For added convenience, their new dental clinic is located in the same building – Central City Shopping Mall – just upstairs from Surrey Place Dental.

The Dental Group at Central City is now entering its second year and has hired a few new dentists to handle the workload. Our newest additions include Dr. Steven Chang, Dr. Sarang Toosi , and Dr. Chris Shon.

Our new dental clinic is equipped with the latest in dental technology.  New X-ray machines, filtered water system, and much more.

Website: www.thedentalgroupatcentralcity.com/
Address: 112-1117 Central City Shopping Centre Surrey V3T 2W1


best surrey dentist

Dr. Sidhu leads the team here at My Dentist @ Boundary Park in Surrey, BC. He’s very passionate and looks after both young and old. His dental office is located on 120th Street in Surrey and has been known to giveaway monthly Ipads to their patients.

 

Website: www.mydentistsurrey.ca
Address:  121-6350 120th St Surrey, BC V3X 1Y7


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Let me introduce you to Dr. Joy Maru, a renown Dental Implant Specialist. He has placed over 1000’s of dental implants. Patients come from all over North America to get their dental implants done by Dr. Maru.

Website: www.surreydentalimplants.ca
Address: 2446 Central City Surrey V3T 2W1 Canada


Dentists in New Westminster BC

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Just across the bridge from Surrey is a dental clinic in New Westminster called Sapperton Dental.  Sapperton Dental is owned and operated by Dr. Sarika Sachdeva & her brother Dr. Sandeep Sachdeva.  Both are highly skilled dentists and are caring for their patients.

The team at Sapperton Dental in New Westminster performs an array of dental services.  They even offer emergency dental work.

For your convenience, their dental office is located near Sapperton Skytrain Station.  They are currently accepting new dental patients.

Website: www.sappertondental.com
Address: 301 E Columbia St‎ New Westminster, BC V3L 3W5, Canada


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Royal Square Dental has a team of super amazing dentists in New Westminster. Their support staff is second to none with almost a perfect 5-star rating on Google. If you want a dentist who truly understands what it means to be a great dentist, don’t look any further than Royal Square Dental.

Website: www.royalsquaredental.com
Address: 14-800 McBride Blvd New Westminster, BC V3L 2B8


Dentist in Fresno, CA

Milburn Dental Office

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Another team of husband and wife dentists. Just recently opened their doors and they’re averaging 50-80 new dental patients. They must be doing something right. If you live in Fresno, CA and are looking for a new dentist, you should hurry and become a patient at Milburn Dental before they close their doors for new patients.

Why Choose Milburn Dental

At Milburn Dental, nothing makes us happier than seeing you smile. Your smile is infectious; it puts one on everyone’s face, including ours. That is because of the pride we take in offering the best and most up-to-date dental techniques from the most knowledgeable and caring professionals in the field. Best of all, it all happens in an environment that will actually make you want to come back and visit the dentist again!

Our state-of-the-art office is fully equipped for family, cosmetic, and general dentistry. Working alongside our dentists will ensure you and your family a positive dental care experience. We take pride in providing all our patients with exceptional dental care in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Website: www.milburndental.com
Address: 6721 N Milburn Ave Ste 101, Fresno CA 93722


Dentist Web Design & Marketing

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This team of talented and amazing designers, developers, and marketing geniuses have helped countless dental offices attain new patients. They work around the clock, making sure your website is plastered all over the internet. Don’t miss out on another patient again, hire the Dentist Web Design Company.

Website: www.dentistwebdesign.ca
Address: Vancouver, BC

FAQ

Do I really need an x-ray during each visit?

Normally, a healthy adult who has not received a cavity in many years will probably not need an x-ray at every visit to the dentist. However, if your dental health is a little less stable and your dentist is monitoring your progress, you might require more frequent x-rays. In any case, ask your dentist why they recommend you get an x-ray, and always remember that each one only delivers a minuscule amount of radiation.