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  • Services Offered at KV Dental

    The staff at KV Dental offer a wide range of services from standard family dentistry (fillings, cleanings, extractions and more) to more advanced services such as bridges/crowns, root canals, and implants.

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  • Fillings

    At dental check-up appointments dentists check for cavities and examine the condition of any existing fillings and will sometimes recommend fillings to be replaced if they show any signs of deterioration, being loose, cracked, or if there is decay starting up again around the filling or underneath the filling.

  • Cleanings

    Cleanings are an important part of preventative care to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Hygienists have training in the effective removal of the deposits and hardened residues that adhere to the teeth which includes plaque, tartar (also known as calculus) and stain. A cleaning consists of scaling (and/or root planing for patients needing a deeper cleaning), polishing, and flossing. Sometimes a fluoride treatment may also be provided.

  • Crowns and Bridges

    When a tooth is damaged, a crown (also known as a cap) can be used to cover the tooth and protect it from further damage.

    When a tooth is lost, if there are healthy teeth on either side of the space, a bridge is an option.

  • Preventative Care

    At KV Dental, we believe that preventative care is key to maintaining optimal oral health. This allows us to help you manage various conditions and monitor any that could become a problem. At preventative care visits (also known as "check-ups") a thorough examination of the oral cavity is completed which includes: checking for cavities, looking for signs of gum disease, and an oral cancer screening.

  • Implants

    Dental implants are used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. It consists of an an artificial root made of a metal called titanium which is surgically placed into the jawbone in the site of the missing tooth.

  • Extractions

    Extractions, or tooth removal, is sometimes necessary. There are multiple reasons why a tooth may need to be removed, or extracted. Some reasons include: Severe tooth decay rendering the tooth non-restorable, advanced gum disease, orthodontic reasons (to create room), infection, and severe fracture.

  • Root Canal Therapy

    Root canal therapy is a procedure where infected, injured or dead nerve tissue (also known as the dental pulp) is removed from your tooth. A root canal treatment allows patients to keep the tooth pain free, instead of having to extract the tooth.

  • Whitening

    Many patients today want whiter teeth. Patients should consult with a dentist to determine the reason for the tooth discolouration and to see if cosmetic bleaching will achieve the desired results.

  • Mouthguards

    Mouthguards are critical for protecting the teeth from unneccessary injury during contact sports. Severe injuries can result in thousands of dollars in dental work- so why not prevent this occurrence by having a professional mouthguard custom built for you.

  • Biteplanes

    A biteplane is an appliance that is removable and used to cover the occlusal (or bite) surfaces of the teeth so that they cannot touch, and positions the jaw in a "relaxed" position. It may be recommended for patients who:

  • Bonding

    Bonding can be used to repair your teeth using a white filling material called composite resin. The resin is initially a soft paste which is cured with a light to harden it. This material is available in multiple shades and is contoured and shaped to look like a natural tooth. It can be used to repair chipped teeth, broken teeth, discolored teeth, and even to change the size and shape of teeth (such as closing gaps between teeth).

  • Partial Dentures

    A partial denture is anchored by existing teeth to help support it and is a way to replace missing teeth and gain some function in these areas. A partial denture can help prevent drifting of teeth and provide more surface area for chewing.