Dental implants are natural looking dental prosthetics that can replace one or a number of missing teeth, but why get dental implants? Here, our Surrey dentist explains more.
The Cloverdale Crossing Dental Health Library
Our Surrey dentists have compiled this Dental Health Library to provide our patients with a comprehensive online resource for all things oral health.
Here’s a little from our Surrey dentist on how you should prepare for a safe and successful appointment when you're scheduled for dental treatment under sedation.
Dental sedation is not generally offered for regular dental cleanings or checkups, however, for patients with extreme anxiety we may be able to offer it.
When considering Invisalign for your orthodontic treatment, you may wonder if the aligners will impact your ability to speak clearly. Here, our Surrey dentists offer their top tips for getting used to speaking while wearing your Invisalign clear aligners.
A great way to improve the appearance of your smile with relatively little effort, is by whitening your teeth. However, it's important to remember that when it comes to teeth whitening 'less is more'!
What are the three types of sleep apnea and what exactly is the condition? Here, our Surrey dentists give brief explanation of the three types of sleep apnea (OSA, CSA and Mixed Sleep Apnea).
The dental implant process usually happens in multiple steps. This means that it will require more than one healing stage, making healing time variable depending on the number of teeth are being replaced, the patient’s health, and several other factors.
Straight Smile Centres is proud to announce that we’ve been selected as a winner of the 2018 Vancouver Consumer Choice Awards, in the Health & Wellness category!
Invisalign straightens your teeth over a period of months via a series of clear aligners. Invisalign has also designed a line to meet the specific needs of teenagers. Our Surrey dentists explain why Invisalign Teen is a great choice for adolescent patients.
Dental implants make a great replacement for missing teeth, because they look, function and feel just like natural teeth do. However, they are also the most invasive option, and sometimes require supplementary procedures, such as bone grafts.
You can hide the fact that you're not flossing consistently from your dentist for a while, but she will eventually be able to tell.
We are committed to helping you and your family maintain good oral health.