Calgary’s Dental Care
New Patients:
Existing Patients:
127-12100 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary AB T2J 7G9, Canada | Directions
17th Avenue Dental Center
New Patients:
Existing Patients:
10 -5315 17 Ave SE, Calgary AB T2A 0W2, Canada | Directions

Regain Your Smile with Dental Care Treatments in Calgary AB

Regain Your Smile with Dental Care Treatments in Calgary AB

At Calgary Dental Centers, it is our passion to see that Calgary, AB residents’ oral health is at its optimal best. While tooth imperfections like staining, chipping, and damage can diminish the quality of your smile, we offer dental care treatments in Calgary, AB to make sure you regain your beautiful smile.

Here is a rundown of the dental care treatment options we offer to ensure that hiding your smile due to imperfections becomes a thing of the past.

Dental implants

Is your smile damaged because of a missing tooth? Dental implants place artificial roots in your jawbone to provide your tooth with stability. A dental implant improves your tooth function and restores your beautiful smile. Other benefits of a dental implant include:

  • It matches your natural teeth.
  • Prevents bone loss.
  • Restores the biting force.
  • Easy to care for.
  • Long-lasting.

Porcelain crowns

Porcelain crowns are preferred to improve the form and function of your teeth. If your teeth are chipped, stained or have large fillings, dental crowns are perfect for enhancing the aesthetics and function of your teeth.

Root canals

When decay or damage compromises the integrity of your pulp’s chamber, pain can build up, reducing your quality of life. However, with root canal therapy, you do not have to smile through the pain. The procedure removes infected tissues and preserves the tooth — but this time with no pain.

Periodontal health care

Due to poor oral hygiene, gum diseases can cause tooth loss, compromising your smile. Fortunately, we provide periodontal health therapy to disinfect the infected tissues, preserving your teeth.

Teeth whitening

Are your teeth stained from tobacco use, certain foods, or usage of certain medications? There is hope for you if you are looking for a procedure to whiten your teeth. Teeth whitening is a procedure where the natural color of your teeth is lightened using safe products.

There is something about a striking smile. It creates a long-lasting impression, whether it is a date or a job interview. But since we are all not naturally gifted with pearly whites, a safe teeth whitening procedure can transform our smiles to new heights.

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Calgary's Dental Care
New Patients:
(403) 768-1339
Existing Patients:
(403) 287-6453

17th Avenue Dental Center
New Patients:
(403) 768-1343
Existing Patients:
(403) 272-7272
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Dental veneers

If you have crooked, chipped, or stained teeth, dental veneers can rejuvenate your smile. Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored materials that are fitted in the front teeth to hide imperfections. Wondering how long dental veneers can last? With good care, dental veneers can last for up to 10 years! Regular brushing with non-abrasive toothpaste and flossing can extend the lifespan of your veneers significantly.

Dentures

Also known as false teeth, dentures are worn on the gum to replace the missing teeth. Depending on the gaps or the number of teeth missing, dentures can be partial or complete. However, regardless of the type, dentures are pivotal in improving speech, assist in chewing, and transform your smile.

Dental treatments near Calgary

Would you like to transform your smile with dental care treatments in Calgary, AB? Please contact (403) 768-1339 to book an appointment with Calgary Dental Centers.

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Calgary’s Dental Care - Dr. Hanif Asaria

Dr. Hanif Asaria is a dentist who serves the area of Calgary, who is devoted to helping people get the smile of their dreams. He graduated in 1989 with a DDS at the Canadian University of Alberta. He is a member of the Alberta Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry. He has over 28 years of experience in the areas of general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry.