Prosthodontics, Periodontics, and Cosmetic Dentistry in Point Grey and Kitsilano Vancouver
Vancouver Dental Specialty Clinic is one of the only clinics in Greater Vancouver to offer patients the latest and most advanced technologies in periodontics, prosthodontics, oral medicine, dental implants, oral & gum surgery, root canal therapy, and cosmetic dentistry. Our highly specialized team was handpicked to deliver patients the best in both aesthetic, implant, and restorative dentistry.
Our West Broadway facility was founded by Dr. Faranak Zaeimdar, a Board Certified Specialist in Prosthodontics. Dr. Zaeimdar is joined by Dr. Jeffrey M.Coil/Endodontist, Dr. Noroozi/Periodontist and Dr. Rajan Saini/Oral Medicine Oral Pathologist. Serving Point Grey, Kitsilano, and surrounding area, Vancouver Dental Specialty Clinic offers a full scope of advanced dental services, including restorations, prosthetics, implants, wisdom teeth removal, implant dentures, bridges, veneers, endodontics, and a wide variety of cosmetic applications. Want to learn more? View our practice philosophy here.
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Your teeth and gums are in good hands at Vancouver Dental Specialty Clinic. Our Specialists are capable of correcting a wide variety of so-called “permanent” problems, thanks to the application of today’s most advanced dental equipment, materials, and procedures. The skill, experience, and commitment of our practice — using a unique combination of science and artistry — can literally improve your quality of life.
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Useful articles from our dental clinic on how to maintain healthy teeth and a bright white smile!
General Dentist vs Specialist - Who Should You See?
While the public often uses "versus/vs" when comparing the services of general and specialized dentistry, we want to state that this is by no means a competition. General dentists are essential to oral health care and we have longstanding relationships with amazing practitioners across Greater Vancouver, those who often refer us to their own patients when specialized treatments are required. In fact, in Canada, a dentist can apply for certified specialist recognition after completing additional post graduate training (between two to six years) in a specific field of dentistry and by passing both an oral and written fellowship examination by the Royal College of Dentists of Canada (RCDC). In BC, the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia governs the recognition of a certified specialist, while all are governed by the same ethical guidelines and professional regulations. But alas this does not answer your query about who you should see when it comes to your oral wellness. Today, we take a look at some key dental health concerns that demand you consult with a dental specialist as a complement/supplement to your family's general dentist visits.
4 Oral Health Concerns That Call For You to Seek the Services of a Dental Specialist
Dentures and Other Options - What Are the Alternatives?
The day has arrived that you thought wouldn't happen - you need dentures to replace missing teeth. At this point, it doesn't really matter what led you here, be it missed dental checkups and/or poor oral hygiene, all that counts is that you need to take action before bone loss in your jaw becomes so great that it worsens your appearance, compounding the impact that missing teeth have already had on your inability to smile with confidence. But again, you're not too keen on going this route, so before you take the cheapest alternative, you want to consider your options. Keep reading.
Four Options to Consider When the Time May Have Come for Dentures
How to Prevent Tooth Extraction - Dental Procedures to Save Teeth and More
Do you experience that commonly occurring dream where you lose your teeth? Dream analysts would state that you are experiencing anxiety over something that you feel powerless to control or avoid. The dental community on the other hand, thinks this dream requires a literal interpretation, and it should, given that 69 percent of adults ages 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth. Even more concerning, is that by age 74, 26 percent have lost all of their permanent teeth. Like it or not, a tooth loss is coming for most of you. However, contrary to the dream analysis, you are not powerless and there are ways to avoid extraction, even when your teeth are exhibiting signs of decay and disease.