Valleyview’s qualified and experienced dental professionals provide a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments.
Fillings are a procedure available at our dental clinic. They are one of the most common dental procedures and can be used to both repair damage and improve cosmetic appearance.
If you have lost your natural teeth due to damage, decay or injury, dentures can replace your missing teeth and restore your smile.
If due to decay, damage or gum disease a tooth is non-restorable the only option is to have the tooth removed from the mouth.
Orthodontics are also known as braces. Braces work by placing constant pressure on each tooth to move them to the desired position.
We love working with kids. We provide a full scope of pediatric dental care for infants, kids, teenagers and children with special needs.
A root canal is an endodontic treatment used to save a tooth with an infected or dead pulp and prevent the infection from spreading. A root canal saves the affected tooth by cleaning out the diseased pulp and reshaping the canal.
The feelings of fear, nerves and anxiety for those patients suffering from a dental phobia are very real and can be very upsetting and difficult to overcome.
The term oral surgery can sound daunting, given that surgery is known for being a serious and often invasive procedure—but in the case of oral surgery the opposite is true.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a moving or sliding joint that joins your jaw to your skull, which allows for chewing and speaking. If the TMJ does not function correctly, it is referred to as Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD).
Our Dental Hygienists provide a number of prevention strategies, ranging from routine dental hygiene assessments and tooth cleanings to digital x-rays, fluoride treatments, and sealants, so you can maintain good long-term oral health. We also supply toothbrushes, floss, and mouthwash to our patients so that they can continue their oral hygiene at home.
Nearly 80% of the Canadian population suffers from some form of periodontal disease. Don't let it slip by unnoticed! At your next check-up or teeth cleaning session, we'll check your gums for periodontal disease. If we conclude that you are at risk, we will recommend preventive therapies including dental scaling, root planing, polishing, and if necessary, surgical periodontal therapy.