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Arbutus Point Dental Centre

Arbutus Point Dental Centre

Show Phone Number2696 Arbutus Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6J 5L8
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Opening Hours

Monday
Tuesday08:00 - 15:00
Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:00 - 17:00
Friday08:00 - 17:00
Saturday09:00 - 16:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Fillings
Dental Bonding
White Filling
Dental X-Ray
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About Arbutus Point Dental Centre

This dental clinic located at Vancouver in Canada has served the needs of patients from the year 2003. Preventive dentistry is the ethos of the clinic and efforts are made to ensure that patients enjoy excellent dental and oral health for a lifetime. The team continuously participates in advanced education programmes to give the best available dentistry to patients. Services at the clinic include examinations, professional dental cleaning, sedation dentistry, the cosmetic correction of the smile of patients, surgical dental implant placements, general dental care, oral surgery, fitting anti bruxism guards and adult orthodontics using Invisalign.

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Accreditations

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

Provides

Dentistry

Clinic Services

Open weekends - Closed on Sundays, Mondays and most Saturdays (except once per month)

Dentistry

 
Dental Bonding

This is an affordable, effective technique for camouflaging crooked or mis-shapen teeth while preserving your original teeth. By gluing tooth-coloured fillings to your teeth, we can close gaps and hide unsightly stains or chipped teeth. 

 
Dental Bridges
Bridges are one way to replace a missing tooth; by crowning the teeth on either side of the missing tooth (joined together by a crown in the middle) the gap where the missing tooth is located becomes restored with the bridge.
 
Dental Crowns
When there isnt enough tooth left to fill it, a cap or crown is often the next best option. Crowns are usually indicated for teeth with large fillings that are broken or worn, or that have cavities around or underneath the filling. To prepare a tooth for a crown, a thin layer of tooth is ground away to provide space for the tooth-coloured, tooth-shaped covering that is glued on top of the prepared tooth.
 
Dental Implants
Another way to replace missing teeth is by placing an artificial root into the bone in the missing tooths space, onto which a crown can be glued. This is usually a superior option as compared to dentures or bridges.
 
Dental X-Ray
 
Digital Dental X-Ray
Traditional x-rays are small, flimsy, black & white pictures of your teeth - difficult to read even for those of us who went through dental school. Digital x-rays allow us to enlarge those same x-ray images full-screen on the LCD right beside you, making it possible for you to understand your oral health.
 
Dentist Consultation
 
Fillings
 
White Filling
We use only white fillings when placing a new filling or replacing an existing one. During the replacement of old silver-mercury amalgam fillings, we isolate the rest of your mouth with a rubber dam to prevent the metal fragments from being swallowed.
 
General anesthesia for dental treatments

Topical Anesthesia - We use special numbing gel to freeze the surface of your gums before injections.

Freezing/Local Anesthesia - We pre-warm our local anesthetic syringes to body temperature and administer the freezing slowly to minimize your discomfort.

 
Sedation for dental treatments

Conscious Oral Sedation -  By taking a little pill shortly before your visit, you can overcome your anxiety and fears and relax or even sleep through your treatment.

 
Teeth Whitening

We have had much success with both in-office and take-home whitening. In-office whitening can be as short as two hours while take-home whitening takes about two weeks - with both offering the same final result.

 
Veneers
Considered the ultimate in cosmetic dental enhancements, veneers are thin porcelain laminates (or facings) that are bonded to your teeth. Two visits are normally required. On the first visit, a thin layer of enamel on the front of your teeth is ground away to make space for the veneers and temporary veneers are placed. A week later, the permanent ones go on. 

Payment Information

Cash, Debit, Credit Card (Visa, Master Card, American Express) Personal cheques are not accepted.
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Private Patients Welcome

Dr Chris Kan

Job Title:
  Dentist
Specialisations:
  Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr David Yang

Job Title:
  Dentist

Tammy

Job Title:
  Dental Auxiliary
Specialisations:
  Dental Hygienist
Show Phone Number2696 Arbutus Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6J 5L8