FAQ

Will my smile look fake after dental veneers or tooth whitening?

No, having dental veneers or tooth whitening is undetectable. Veneers are translucent like natural teeth and they do not irritate the gums.

Is there any side effects with teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening does not provide any negative side effects but includes minor effects like,

  • Increased tooth sensitivity.
  • White spots on the surface of the teeth.
  • Gum sensitivity or irritation.

Am I a Good Candidate for Teeth Whitening in Vancouver?

Patients who are looking for teeth whitening should possess the following requirements:

  • Good dental health.
  • Suffering from slightly discolored, or yellow, teeth.
  • Wish to improve the look of their smile for aesthetic purposes.
  • Good physical health.

How long do dental implants last?

Many dental implants can last so much longer for more than 40 years. Find more details about dental implants in Vancouver from our website.

How long does it take to place dental implants?

It merely depends on the number and location of the implants. It’s simple and on an average it takes less than one hour for an uncomplicated dental implant placement.

How can I tell if I am healthy enough to have dental implants?

If you are healthy enough to undergo the treatment necessary for fixed bridgework or routine tooth extractions then you are eligible to undergo dental implant procedures in Vancouver

What are the benefits of Drill-Less Laser Fillings?

  • No drilling required
  • No freezing required
  • Comfortable treatment in one visit
  • Removes only the damaged tooth area

Is gum disease a common dental problem?

Seven out of 10 people develops gum disease at some time in their lives. It is the most common dental problem, and it can progress quite painlessly until you have a real problem.

When should I take my child to the dental clinic in Vancouver for the first time?

Getting an early start on dental care is important so that your child will learn that visiting dentist is a regular part of their health care. Take your child to the dentist within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age. If you are a nervous dental patient, ask your spouse or another family member to take the child for the appointment. If your child senses that you are nervous, he or she may feel nervous too.

Do I really have to go to the dentist in Vancouver every six months?

Depending on your oral health needs the number of dental visits in a year can vary. But it’s often recommended to meet your dentist in Vancouver every 3 months to detect the defects in your mouth at an early stage.