Why See A Dentist

In 1960 the average 60-year-old Canadian had no teeth.Today this is no longer the case. Dentistry and the overall dental health of Canadians have vastly improved over the last 50 years.

We feel that ‘Dentures is not an option’. No longer should one expect to lose all their teeth in their senior years. This is what we believe and this is what we wish for all our patients.

There have been so many advances in prevention and treatment in the dental field over the last 50 years. This makes us confident that with proper care; no one should lose his or her teeth.

This is why it is important to see your dentist. Regular maintenance and cleanings will keep your gums in good shape. Healthy gums means your chance of tooth loss in later years is vastly diminished.

If we can diagnose teeth problems (cavities, fractures, wear) early, we can treat these successfully. By success we mean to keep your teeth as long as possible.

So just like anything else that you value, proper maintenance and inspection are important. Your teeth are no different.

Our team would like to help you achieve a lifetime with your OWN teeth. That is why we urge everyone to see a dentist regularly.