At King and Weston Dental Clinic, our comfortable, family friendly atmosphere will make your experience as pleasant as possible. We are committed to providing the highest standard of dental care to help you keep your teeth looking and feeling great at any age. There are many options in dental care and we are here to help you understand each one in order to make informed decisions that fit your lifestyle, finances and schedule. We are always happy to answer any questions that you may have and promise to be upfront about our fees and work with you to find the treatment plan best suited for you and your family.
At King and Weston Dental Clinic, we use digital x-rays to get a more accurate and detailed analysis of your teeth. Digital x-rays are quicker, safer and more comfortable than traditional x-rays and have become an important part of our dental exam process.
At King and Weston Dental Cinic, we specialize in wisdom tooth treatments, and only extract wisdom teeth when absolutely necessary. We do so using nitrous oxide, in order to make your experience more comfortable.
As dentists we are trained to save teeth whenever possible, and look at as many options as possible, in order to save a tooth. Pulling teeth is never our first choice. Unfortunately, there are instances when a tooth cannot be saved and tooth extraction is the best option. You can rest assured that we will inform you and help you to make the right choice for your health.
Regular checkups with a trusted dental professional can make a tremendous difference in the health and beauty of your smile. Even if you are dedicated to daily flossing and brushing, a dental expert can help you maintain health beyond the surface of your teeth and gums.
The general dentistry services at King and Weston Dental Clinic are designed to keep every aspect of your oral health in outstanding condition, which will benefit your overall health. If you need to establish a relationship with a trusted dental health professional, or are new to the area, contact us about our general dentistry services today.
Laser dentistry is an ideal way to re-shape and re-contour gum tissue and enamel. Laser dentistry is a safe and effective way to precisely work on your smile. An uneven gum line, an excess of gum tissue, uneven teeth and/or misshapen teeth can make you feel less confident about the appearance of your smile, at King and Weston Dental Clinic, we can change that with the use of state of the art laser dentistry.
Invisalign straightens your teeth using a custom-made series of aligners created for you. These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. They gradually and gently shift your teeth into place. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. You just pop in a new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until your treatment is complete. You’ll achieve a great smile with little interference to your daily life.
Read more about Invisalign here: www.invisalign.ca
, and ask our friendly staff about it today, at King and Weston Dental Clinic.
There are several ways to correct a person's bite and crowding of the teeth. At King and Weston Dental Clinic, we use a variety of orthodontic treatment options such as braces, removable retainers, fixed cemented-in appliances, and more, to improve your smile. We start with a complimentary consultation appointment where our dentist will discuss your specific needs and treatment options.
A second consultation includes a comprehensive assessment where a final diagnosis and treatment plan is discussed including fees, payment plans and any additional patient details.
Nitrous Oxide, more commonly referred to as "laughing gas", is one of the safest forms of anesthesia, and has been used for decades. Not only does nitrous oxide help you relax during your dental appointment, it wears off shortly after your appointment is over.
King and Weston Dental Clinic is pleased to offer you many options to make your visit with us painless and stress-free.
Chipped, cracked, and broken teeth can not only affect your overall self-confidence, but can affect your oral health. It can also lead to sensitivity, chewing discomfort, cavities, and infections.
At King and Weston Dental Clinic, we provide a range of advanced dentistry techniques to restore your smile and alleviate any oral health issues. Our patients are able to choose from veneers, bonding, tooth coloured fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, and implants.
Dentures replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue, and they are removable.
are used when all the natural teeth are missing. There are two types of complete dentures: "conventional" and "immediate". A conventional denture is ready for placement in the mouth roughly 8-12 weeks after natural teeth have been removed whereas immediate dentures are made in advance and can be positioned as soon as natural teeth are removed.
Partial dentures or bridges
are used when some natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. In addition to the traditional partial denture (which is fixed), we also have precision partial dentures available. Precision partial dentures are removable and are more natural-looking.
A dental or molar implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor.
We provide dental implants or molar implants as a way to easily replace any missing tooth in your mouth, including a molar. We also can convert existing loose dentures to implant supported dentures. If you've lost a molar or you have a tooth that is causing problems you can replace it with a dental implant that may last you a lifetime.
Your denture can be made more secure with implant locators.
Gum grafting surgery or periodontal plastic surgery, is a procedure offered to patients with receding gums in which the tissue that surrounds the teeth pulls away from a tooth, exposing more of the tooth or the tooth's root.
The aim of this surgery may be to cover exposed root surfaces or to augment the band of keratinized tissue. To repair the damage and prevent further dental problems this surgery may be needed.
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