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Days Road Dental Clinic

Days Road Dental Clinic

Show Phone Number499 Days Road, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3R6
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Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dentures
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Extractions
Root canals
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
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About Days Road Dental Clinic

Kingston in Ontario, Canada is the location of this dental clinic where the team is committed to giving the best possible services to patients. Four highly qualified and experienced dentists and support staff provide high quality services at the clinic and their primary concern is the long term dental and oral health of patients. Services at the clinic include examinations and hygiene services, general dental care, children’s dentistry, the cosmetic improvement of the smile of patients, fitting dentures, placing bridges and surgically placing dental implants to replace missing teeth and fitting sports mouth guards and night guards.

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Accreditations

  • CDA - Canadian Dental Association / l’Association dentaire canadienne (Canada) 
  • RCDSO - Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (Canada) 

Provides

Dentistry

Family Dentistry

Orthodontic Services

Premises

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Patient bathroom

Dentistry

 
Dental Bonding
Bonding is a conservative and relatively inexpensive restoration method that may be an option in improving minor imperfections such as small spaces between teeth, minor tooth fractures or discolouration. Bonding material is a composite resin and the dentist can choose from a variety of shades to match your tooth colour. The resin is applied in layers to the tooth and hardened with an LED light before being shaped and polished.
 
Dental Bridges
Bridges are permanent, non-removable solutions to missing teeth. A bridge uses teeth on either side of a missing tooth to anchor the artificial tooth. The adjacent teeth are crowned to support the artificial tooth between them.
 
Dental Checkup
 
Routine Dental Examination
 
Dental Crowns

Crowns are custom-made tooth-coloured or all metal coverings, that ‘cap’ the entire tooth. They are used to protect and strengthen teeth that have been fractured or weakened by large fillings or root canal treatment. Crowns can be made from tooth-coloured porcelain and/or metal. Crowns are durable and can last as long as 15 years with careful oral hygiene practices.

It usually takes 2 appointments to have a crown put in place. In the first appointment an impression (mold) is taken that will be used as a model for the new crown. The dentist will prepare the tooth by removing any decay and shaping the tooth to accommodate the crown. A temporary cap is put in place while the permanent crown is being manufactured at the lab. At the second appointment the temporary cap is removed, the tooth is cleaned and the crown is cemented in place. The dentist will then check to ensure that the ‘bite’, or articulation with the other teeth, is correct.

 
Dental Implants

Implants are permanent artificial tooth roots that are ‘implanted’ into the jaw bone. They are often considered the optimal choice for replacing one or more missing teeth and have the following advantages:

  • Implants are permanent (unlike dentures) and do not involve dental work to adjacent teeth (like bridges).
  • Implants act much like your own teeth and provide for a solid bite and continued food enjoyment.
  • They are natural looking, providing a positive cosmetic result.
  • Jaw bone that does not have teeth to support will eventually deteriorate. Implants will prevent this from happening.
  • Implants are usually a very good option for complete or partial denture-wearers who are having trouble with retention of their dentures.
  • They do not interfere with speech.

The placement of dental implants is a more involved process than other tooth replacement options and will take several appointments to complete. Following the initial assessment and planning you will need to see a specialist to have the man-made root section of the implant (tooth root) placed in the jaw bone. The tooth portion of the implant will be put in place at our office.

 
Dental X-Ray
 
Digital Dental X-Ray
 
Digital Panoramic Dental X-Ray
 
Dentist Consultation
 
Dentures
Dentures are a long-standing solution for tooth replacement. Full or partial dentures may provide a relatively simple and economical alternative to implants and bridges in replacing missing teeth. Dentures may be made of acrylic and/or metal. Recent advancements in dental technology provide for more natural looking dentures than those available in the past.
 
Extractions
Extractions may be necessary to remove wisdom teeth, where there is a concern about overcrowding, or in cases of tooth damage that cannot be repaired. Routine extractions can be done within our practice. In complex cases that may require more extensive surgery and/or general anaesthetic a referral to an oral surgeon can be arranged.
 
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
 
Family Dentist Consultation
 
Fillings
 
Hygienist Session
Dental cleanings are an important component of preventive dental care. Regular dental cleanings by a hygienist help to prevent and control periodontal disease by removing plaque and calculus buildup and allowing for early diagnosis and treatment. If periodontal disease is diagnosed it can usually be managed within our office. In some cases it may be necessary to refer to a specialist.
 
Mouth Guard
Teeth grinding or clenching, (bruxism), is a common problem that can lead to tooth damage, muscle soreness, sleeplessness, earaches and headaches. Nightguards, (occlusal splints), are custom fit appliances that are worn during sleeping to prevent or minimize bruxism.
 
Orthodontist Consultation
 
Periodontitis Treatment
Periodontal disease is a progressive, inflammatory disease affecting the gums and supportive structures of teeth (bone). Gum disease begins with plaque, a sticky substance which contains bacteria and can harden into calculus (tartar) if not removed. The toxins in the calculus can irritate the gums and bone near the teeth and infection can become established. When oral hygiene is not optimal, or where there are other predisposing factors such as tobacco use, genetic predisposition, diabetes, pregnancy, menopause, chronic stress or poor nutrition periodontal disease may establish and/or worsen. Although there may be few symptoms in the early stages, periodontal disease can become serious. If left untreated, the disease process will break down connective tissue and jaw bone and can lead to tooth loss. In fact, periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults and is also associated with an increase in the incidence of heart disease and stroke. Like diabetes or high blood pressure, once you have periodontal disease, you have it forever.
 
Root canals
A deep cavity or a tooth injury such as a severe blow can damage or destroy the root or nerve pulp of the tooth. Dead pulp can become infected, causing abcesses, bone loss and pain. In root canal therapy the infected or diseased tissue is removed and the remaining cavity is cleaned, shaped and filled with a sterile material. Recent advances in dentistry have greatly improved the comfort level of this procedure and the process can often be completed in one appointment.
 
Teeth Whitening
Teeth tend to change colour with age and stains from food and drink. Whitening teeth has become a popular and relatively simple way to improve personal appearance. There are many teeth whitening products and procedures available and we are happy to offer you advice and treatment options.
 
Veneers
Veneers are thin, custom made porcelain coverings that conceal the front and side surface of the tooth. They can be used to hide small imperfections such as small chips, stains and irregular tooth shapes or to change the colour of your teeth when whitening is not a satisfactory solution. Application of veneers requires minimal tooth reduction.

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Show Phone Number499 Days Road, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3R6