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Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill)

Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill)

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1695, 1632 14 Avenue NW, Calgary, Alberta, T2N 1M7Canada

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Opening hours

Monday08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday08:00 - 20:00
Wednesday08:00 - 20:00
Thursday08:00 - 20:00
Friday08:00 - 17:00
Saturday09:00 - 16:00
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Dental Implants
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Root Canals
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About Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill)

Dentrix DentalCare has two locations in Calgary and our Dentists have been offering quality, comprehensive and advanced dentistry to our valued Calgary patients for more than 20 years! Our Dentists believe in educating you about your dental health so that you can make the best informed decision for yourself.

Our locations are located at Market Mall on Shaganappi Trail N.W. as well as North Hill Centre at 14 Ave N.W. There is always plenty of parking and extended hours including weekends and Saturdays. Both Locations always accept new patients so if you are looking for a dentist in Calgary, feel free to contact the location closest to you.

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Clinic services

Open weekends - Open on Saturdays (only) 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM



Cosmetic Dentist Consultation


Dental Bonding


Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are a good option to repair or replace missing teeth. A dental bridge is a false tooth that is fused between two porcelain crowns to fill the area left by the missing tooth. A bridge is essentially a group of interconnecting crowns used to stabilize your bite when you are missing one or more teeth. The bridge prevents further damage to your gums and teeth and gives you a new and improved smile. Bridges cannot be taken out of your mouth.

Bridges are very beneficial as missing teeth can lead to serious problems; when teeth are missing, other teeth can begin to drift out of position. This movement of the teeth can lead to changes in your bite, tooth decay, gum disease and even severe migraine-like headaches. Although bridges are a great option for replacing missing teeth a dental implant is the absolute best treatment we can offer. 


Dental Crowns

If youve ever had a porcelain crown, standard metal crown or porcelain fillings made, you know that traditionally you have had to go into the dentists office for two visits, the first one was where the mold was made. Then you had to wait while the mold was sent to a laboratory to guide the creation of the final restoration. This means you sometimes spent two weeks or more with a temporary restoration, which may have been uncomfortable, unattractive, or not fully functional. While the final product of laboratory work is usually impeccable, the waiting was unpleasant. Now you dont have to worry about the wait, you can get quality restorations the same day with the CEREC system.

What is the CEREC system?

The CEREC system is made by Sirona, a pioneering company in dental technology. It is a state-of-the-art Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) platform consisting of three parts:

  • An optical camera that creates a 3-D digital impression of your teeth, rather than the plaster or other manual impressions dentists used in the past. 
  • A CAD terminal that allows the dentist to design the restoration, while the computer calculates a precise set of manufacturing instructions to ensure that the restoration fits perfectly in your mouth. 
  • A CAM mill where diamond bits sculpt ceramic hybrid blocks into the precise shapes designed by the dentist using the CAD terminal. 

The CEREC system is a compact marvel of modern technology.  Every component is a marvel, from the reflective optical powder used to aid the digital imager to the detailed CAD system to the precisely controlled robotic arms in the diamond mill.


Porcelain Crown

A crown is a tooth-shaped cover placed over a tooth that is damaged or decayed. Crowns, also called caps, are made to look just like your teeth. Patients needing crowns generally have a tooth that is damaged quite extensively, and filling material cannot replace the missing tooth structure. Crowns can hold together parts of a broken tooth and can also be used to hold a bridge in place. Misshapen and badly discolored teeth can also be covered by crowns to give a more pleasing appearance to your smile.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants are the most modern and predictable form of tooth replacement. They are basically tiny titanium posts that function like a replacement tooth root. Once they are placed and the bone heals around them, they form the most solid kind of foundation for a crown. 

Some people loose teeth due to injury, tooth decay, or gum disease. Others may not have had all their teeth grow in. Whatever the reason, if you want a long lasting dental restoration that looks and feels as though its really part of your mouth, without involving neighboring teeth, dental implants may be right for you.

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root. Your jawbone fuses with the implant to provide a secure platform for a single artificial tooth, or if you are missing more than one tooth, several implants can be used to support a partial or complete denture, allowing you to chew better than you ever thought possible.


Dentist Consultation


Emergency Dentist Consultation






White Filling


Implant Dentist Consultation


Inlay or Onlay

Inlays are used to treat teeth that have decay or damage on their top surfaces. Inlay placement is usually done over the space of two visits to your cosmetic dentist. During the first visit, an impression of your tooth will be taken, and a temporary inlay will be placed on the tooth. The impression will be sent to a dental lab where your inlay will be matched to your tooths specifications. When you return to the dentist, your temporary will be removed and the permanent one will be placed over your tooth. 
Onlays,like inlays, can be created from tooth-colored material, which makes them virtually undetectable to the naked eye. Onlays conserve more tooth structure because their use requires minimal removal of a tooths surface. Onlays also help patients avoid the eventual need for more extensive treatment with crowns, bridges, or dental implants.

Advantages of Inlays/Onlays
Since inlays and onlays are made from durable, tooth-colored porcelain typically, they offer much more enduring and natural-looking results than the metal fillings used in the past. Dentists can securely bond them to the tooths surface, which adds structural integrity and prevents bacteria from entering and forming cavities.

Additional advantages are:

- Inlays and onlays, unlike traditional fillings, will not expand or contract in response to temperature changes caused by hot/cold foods.

- Inlays and onlays are virtually invisible due to being made from tooth-colored material.

- Inlays and onlays help strengthen the teeth up to 75%.



For decades, dentistry has addressed the problem of misaligned teeth through the use of traditional metal braces. While metal braces are still an effective way to correct teeth and bite positioning, recent advances in modern dentistry have made a new option available to clients: Invisalign®.

Invisalign uses computer technology and a precise custom molding process to create a set of clear, removable "teeth aligners" that are changed every two weeks.  Each aligner is shaped differently in order to gradually push your teeth into their ideal position and smile. On the average treatment usually takes one year but can be as short as six months.

During an initial examination, we will take x-rays, photographs, and dental impressions of your teeth. We will then send this information to our laboratory, where a three-dimensional computerized model of your upper and lower teeth will be created. Using this model, the Invisalign software will simulate a treatment sequence and send it back to your dentist, who will analyze it and make any adjustments he sees necessary. The approved treatment plan is then returned to our laboratory so your custom set of aligners can be molded.

At first, your aligner may feel awkward; this is because it is applying force to your teeth. After a period of time – usually around two weeks – your teeth will move to fit the aligner, and your dentist will provide you with the next aligner to further guide your teeth along their corrective path.

Advantages of Invisalign®

Because the aligners used during treatment are made of a thin, optically clear plastic, Invisalign provides a cosmetic benefit to clients especially adults who normally might hesitate to wear braces at all. Since the aligners do not contain any wires, brackets or springs, Invisalign also tends to produce far less soft tissue irritation than traditional braces.

The fact that Invisalign braces are removable is also a significant advant


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Orthodontist Consultation


Paediatric Dentist Consultation


Periodontist Consultation


Root Canals


Sedation for dental treatments


Teeth Whitening


Home Whitening Kits


Zoom! Teeth Whitening

Who doesnt want a whiter and brighter smile?
A nice smile is one of the first things you notice when you meet someone. A whiter, brighter smile is beautiful - it can help you feel better about yourself and make a memorable impression.

Your lifestyle and the aging process can stain and darken your teeth. Many things we do on a regular basis can contribute to stained teeth, such as drinking coffee, tea, cola and red wine or smoking.

Whitening can get your smile looking its best. Non-professional procedures and clinically unproven teeth whitening tips can often lead to unsatisfactory results, you should look for a whitening procedure that is:

  • Fast and convenient
  • Long lasting
  • Low sensitivity
  • Proven to be safe and effective
  • Performed by a Dental Professional

In our office We use the Zoom! Tooth whitening system. It is a fast and effective way to whiten your teeth in as little as 2 hours!


TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment




Porcelain Veneers

Ear Nose and Throat


Sleep Apnea

Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill) - Dr Christine Carroll

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Dr Christine Carroll - Dentist at Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill)

Dr Christine Carroll

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Dr. Carroll graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Science, and Doctorate of Dental Medicine. She has been practicing for 5 years since graduation.

Dr Mohamed Soliman - Dentist at Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill)

Dr Mohamed Soliman

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Dr. Soliman has been in the dental field for over 10 years. He did his first dentistry degree in his native Egypt then once again when he moved to Canada. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery.

Dr Alok Kumar Singh - Dentist at Dentrix Dental Care (North Hill)

Dr Alok Kumar Singh

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Dr. Singh graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery, as well as a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta. He completed a General Practice residency at the Metro Health Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio which placed emphasis on oral surgery and dental emergencies. 

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