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I am a General Practitioner of Dentistry in London, Ontario. After more than 10 years of experience, I began my own practice in the heart of Old South in the mid 1990′s.
Like all of my colleagues in dentistry, we are committed to providing you with exceptional service to meet your particular needs. We believe it is our job to make it as easy as possible for you to maintain a regular dental routine.
During the first hour-long appointment, one of our team meets with you to gather information, take x-rays and intra-oral pictures. Then I will meet with you to go through all of the information collected, do a soft tissue check and cancer screen and briefly interview you about your concerns. At this point you schedule a follow up appointment and are free to go.
When it comes to dental health, prevention is the key to success. There are two major components to the prevention of cavities, gum disease and other dental problems: home care and professional care. Home care involves regular and correct brushing and flossing (more).
Dental Health problems happen. If you get a cavity, lose or chip a tooth, or suffer from gum disease, we can help. We use the latest techniques to ensure that you are getting the best treatment available, with the least amount of discomfort.
Studies show that when people feel good about themselves and their appearance, their self-confidence improves. Greater self-confidence leads to greater success at work and in relationships. Our teeth whitening procedures may be just what you need to feel better about yourself and to give you a bright beautiful smile.
The invisible way to straighten your teeth, without braces. Invisalign® can give you the beautiful straight teeth you’ve always wanted. It works through a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners that no one can tell you’re wearing. So you can smile more during treatment as well as after.
One crucial aspect of a pregnancy that many women don’t even consider is their level of dental care. In short, it is very important to visit the dentist while you’re pregnant. More and more evidence...