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Dentus Family Dental

Dentus Family Dental

Show Phone Number140 St. Albert Trail, Suite 400, St. Albert, Alberta, T8N 7C8
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday08:00 - 16:00
Thursday08:00 - 16:00
Friday08:00 - 16:00
Saturday
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Extractions
Root canals
Invisalign™
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
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About Dentus Family Dental

A comprehensive range of dental treatments are provided at this dental clinic located at St. Albert in Alberta, Canada using the best available dental equipments and procedures. The friendly team strives to create a warm and welcoming environment where patients of all ages feel cared for and enjoy a pleasant dental experience. The family oriented team is particularly adept at serving the dental needs of children. Services provided by the clinic include examinations and hygiene services, general dental care, children’s dentistry, fitting protective sports and other mouth guards, sedation dentistry, adult orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry and treatments for migraines.

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Accreditations

  • CDA - Canadian Dental Association / l’Association dentaire canadienne (Canada) 

Provides

Dentistry

Premises

Parking

Public transport access

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Open weekends - Closed on weekends

Dentistry

 
Dental Bonding
 
Dental Bridges
If you are missing teeth and having trouble speaking or chewing, or are noticing strain when biting, bridges may be the ideal procedure to help make your mouth healthy and beautiful again. Bridges literally “bridge” gaps between teeth by filling them with strong, natural-looking artificial teeth. Bridges are semi-permanent – they can only be removed by a dentist – and are comfortable and proven to strengthen teeth.
 
Dental Crowns
Crowns are a type of dental restoration which, when cemented into place, fully covers that portion of a tooth which lies at and above the gum line. In comparison, composite fillings/inlays/onlays are dental restorations that are used to fill in or cover over just a portion of a tooth. Since dental crowns encase the entire visible aspect of a tooth, a dental crown in effect becomes the tooths new outer surface.Crowns are used to rebuild broken or decayed teeth, to strengthen teeth, and as a means by which to enhance the cosmetic appearance of teeth. Crowns can be made out of porcelain/ceramic, gold alloy, or a combination of both. Dental crowns are often referred to as "dental caps".
 
Dental Implants
 
Restoration of Implants
 
Dentist Consultation
 
Extractions
 
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
 
Fillings
 
Hygienist Session
Twice-daily brushings and regular flossing are excellent for maintenance between office visits, but a healthy mouth and beautiful smile require routine general and preventative care to stay that way. Dr. Lori Russet and Dr. Melonie MacDonald offers general care that includes regular oral examinations and cleanings. Our preventative hygiene services include fluoride, professional breath control, and periodontal (gum disease) treatments designed to help you maintain your smile’s health and beauty. Keep your teeth and gums strong and disease-free. Contact our office today to schedule a cleaning or consultation.
 
Inlay or Onlay
 
Porcelain Inlay or Onlay
Porcelain inlays and onlays are a very aesthetic alternatives to composite fillings. They have a high degree of strength, and as such, are excellent for restoring weakened back teeth. Inlays and onlays protect and restore large portions of decayed, heavily restored tooth, or teeth under very heavy load (i.e. back teeth). Unlike crowns, they only cover a portion of the tooth, and are therefore more conservative on the amount of tooth preparation required.
They are made with porcelain, customized to your natural tooth shade, and look like your natural tooth. Porcelain inlays and onlays are made from the same strong, tooth colored material that is used for crowns and bridgework. A customized shade makes them virtually undetectable. The main differences between tooth-colored composite restoration and inlay/onlays is that the latter are fabricated using a laboratory process and differing materials, thereby making them stronger and more durable.
 
Invisalign™
The practice of Dr. Lori Russett and Dr. Melonie MacDonald is certified to provide their patients with Invisalign® invisible braces. Invisalign® uses new technology to offer you the straightest way to a great smile. The new removable invisible aligners will straighten your teeth without anyone realizing you are receiving orthodontic treatment. With Invisalign® there are no metal wires or brackets, only proven results. It is the comfortable and convenient way to straighten teeth and have a beautiful smile.
 
Mouth Guard
 
Root canals
Each of our teeth contains a long, thin strand of dental pulp—which provides the tooth with nutrients and nerves—that extends down to the tooth’s root. If the pulp becomes infected or injured, the tooth’s nerves die and, often, without endodontic treatment, the tooth dies as well. Root canals are designed to save such damaged teeth.
During the procedure, a gap is drilled into the tooth’s crown and pulp chamber, diseased pulp is reshaped or removed, and the tooth is permanently sealed with a gold, porcelain, or tooth-colored inlay/onlay or crown.
 
Sedation for dental treatments
 
Teeth Whitening
Many of us feel that our smiles are most striking when our teeth look especially white, but unfortunately, soft drinks, coffee, tea, and tobacco can leave behind ugly stains. To help you restore your gleaming, bright white smile and to give you an added boost of confidence, we offer many options, such as custom whitening kits. Please contact us today to find out more about these options and which one is best for you.
 
TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment

Many suffer from Tempromandibular Joint pain or Tempromandibular Dysfunction. Symptoms include:

  1. Pain on opening.
  2. Inability to open wide or move from side to side comfortably
  3. Neck and shoulder pain.
  4. Ear pain, hearing loss.
  5. Ringing in the ears.
  6. Clenching, night grinding
  7. Chronic fatigue
  8. Noise, grating or popping in joint
  9. Chronic Temporal or occipital headache
  10. Chronic Temporal or occipital headache

Treatment of these problems can be complicated.  The cause can often be multi-factorial.  Successful treatment may involve other professionals; Physiotherapy, Chiropractors, Massage Therapy, Cranio-mandibular specialists, and Physicians.
Meaningful treatment begins with proper diagnosis. We will do a thorough evaluation of your problem to determine the best way that we can help and the appropriate therapy.

 
Veneers
 
Porcelain Veneers
An excellent alternative to crowns, porcelain veneers can perfect your smile by masking stains, hiding chips, correcting misalignment, and creating uniformity. Veneers, which are made of thin, customized material, are designed to slide over the teeth, look incredibly natural, are long-lasting, and are relatively easy to apply.

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Dr Lori Russet

Job Title:
  Dentist

Dr Melonie MacDonald

Job Title:
  Dentist
Show Phone Number140 St. Albert Trail, Suite 400, St. Albert, Alberta, T8N 7C8