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Dentistry On Wellington

Dentistry On Wellington

Show Phone Number165 Wellington Street W, Unit 1B, Barrie, Ontario, L4N 1L7
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday08:00 - 20:00
Thursday08:00 - 20:00
Friday09:00 - 16:00
Saturday
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Root canals
Dental Checkup
Oral Cancer Screening
Dental X-Ray
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About Dentistry On Wellington

We want to welcome you to experience a new and relaxing dental experience at Dr. Max Neiman’s Dentistry on Wellington.  Our warm and friendly staff will make you feel right at home when you come in for your appointment and help you with any questions you may have regarding dental related issues.

Our reception area has a selection of magazines as well as televisions for you to enjoy while waiting for your appointment. We also have an all new kid’s zone featuring Xbox and Playstation 3 game consoles.  The comfortable atmosphere, flat-screen monitors, friendly staff, and soft background music will make you feel relaxed for your appointment.  “We try to make people feel comfortable,” says Dr. Neiman.  “I try to keep their mind on other matters and make their dental visit as pleasant as possible.”

Dr. Max Neiman initially came to Barrie in 1994 and bought a well-established practice on Dunlop Street East.  After quickly outgrowing its location, the practice moved to the second floor of the Barrie Bus Terminal in 1995, where it remained until May 2009, when it moved to its current location at the Wellington Street Plaza and renamed as Dentistry on Wellington.  Our new office features ample free parking, wheel-chair accessibility, and state-of-the-art digital dental equipment.

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Dentistry

Clinic Services

Open weekends - Closed on weekends

Dentistry

 
Dental Bridges
When a tooth has been removed or has fallen out, a bridge can be applied to fill in the gap.  This saves the patient from many negative effects to a missing tooth, such as jaw problems, a bad bite through shifting teeth, or even gum disease. Typically, a bridge will be complemented with two crowns on either side, which, as a whole is then bonded to the mouth.
 
Dental Checkup
With regular dental examinations and cleanings at Dentistry on Wellington, you can be proactive in taking care of your smile.  With our professional cleanings, a certified dental hygienist will remove plaque and tarter, as well as polish and remove stains from your teeth.  We will also screen for oral cancer, gum disease, tooth decay, as well as use our digital x-rays to scrutinize what may not be seen from the surface.
 
Dental Crowns
Crowns are used as a cap that fully encloses the entire outer surface of the tooth.  In contrast to fillings, which cover or fill in only a portion of a tooth, a crown cups over the entire visible portion of a tooth.  Crowns can be made of ceramic materials such as porcelain, metals, or a combination of both.
 
Dental Implants
To replace a missing tooth, an implant can be surgically affixed to the jaw bone.  This allows for a porcelain tooth to be attached to the implant post, which is the top part of the implant that rises above the gums.  Implants are an advantage to bridges in that they do not require support from other neighbouring teeth.
 
Dental X-Ray
 
Digital Dental X-Ray
With regular dental examinations and cleanings at Dentistry on Wellington, you can be proactive in taking care of your smile.  With our professional cleanings, a certified dental hygienist will remove plaque and tarter, as well as polish and remove stains from your teeth.  We will also screen for oral cancer, gum disease, tooth decay, as well as use our digital x-rays to scrutinize what may not be seen from the surface.
 
Dentist Consultation
 
Hygienist Session
With regular dental examinations and cleanings at Dentistry on Wellington, you can be proactive in taking care of your smile.  With our professional cleanings, a certified dental hygienist will remove plaque and tarter, as well as polish and remove stains from your teeth.  We will also screen for oral cancer, gum disease, tooth decay, as well as use our digital x-rays to scrutinize what may not be seen from the surface.
 
Oral Cancer Screening
With regular dental examinations and cleanings at Dentistry on Wellington, you can be proactive in taking care of your smile.  With our professional cleanings, a certified dental hygienist will remove plaque and tarter, as well as polish and remove stains from your teeth.  We will also screen for oral cancer, gum disease, tooth decay, as well as use our digital x-rays to scrutinize what may not be seen from the surface.
 
Root canals
When a tooth is diseased or loses integrity, a root canal is often needed in order to preserve the tooth.  This procedure is needed when the inner part of the tooth (pulp) has been eroded due to a cavity in the tooth, and the deterioration has spread through the root.  At this point, the root canal procedure is administered by removing decayed areas of the tooth and then replacing the area with a filling.
 
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Teeth Whitening

Otherwise known as teeth whitening, bleaching is very effective in removing stains and discolouration from teeth.  Bleaching can be applied for teeth that are stained from smoking, coffee, or tea, as well as teeth that have simply turned gray from pigmentation.

Rembrandt® Whitening

With our one-hour Rembrandt Smile Whitening treatment, you can easily restore the lustre of your smile. The whitening is performed by one of our dental professionals, and is safe for teeth and gums. You will not have to wear a mouth tray night after night, but rather will see results immediately. The Rembrandt Whitening treatment has been clinically proven to whiten teeth an average of 10 shades in one hour.

 
Veneers
Created to cover the front of your teeth, veneers are affixed to the front surface of abnormally shaped, sized, or coloured teeth to improve aesthetic appearance.  Veneers are made of porcelain, which are excellent in resisting stains and closely resemble natural teeth.

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Dr Max Neiman

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Show Phone Number165 Wellington Street W, Unit 1B, Barrie, Ontario, L4N 1L7