Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dentistry

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Home Teeth Whitening During COVID – What You Need To Know

Recent weeks have seen a spike in online searches for information about at-home teeth whitening solutions. As social distancing continues here in Vancouver and patients remain unable to visit their local dentist for routine or cosmetic dental procedures, the demand for home-based solutions to stained and discolored teeth continues to grow.

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Combatting Stained Teeth

Stained teeth might be one of the most common dental concerns our patients raise when they visit the practice for their regular dental checkups here at Pier Dental Centre. Stained teeth can have a significant effect on your smile and your confidence.

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The Benefits of BOTOX

Are you wanting to relieve muscle tension or look more youthful? Check out our blog post to learn about the benefits of BOTOX injections. Contact us to schedule your cosmetic dentistry consultation today!

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Is Cosmetic Bonding Right for You?

As you get older, you start to see and feel the signs of age on your body. First your hair, then your skin, perhaps your joints get a little achy in the damp weather. Then one day you smile in the mirror and realize your teeth are also showing age too, and it’s not so graceful!  They’ve started to yellow, and some of them show signs of wear, like tiny chips or grooves on the biting surface.

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Is Whitening Safe for Your Teeth?

Whitening is the most frequently requested cosmetic dental treatment available. It’s simple, relatively inexpensive, and offers results with a relatively high impact on your appearance. But there is a certain caution that should be observed with undergoing whitening treatments, especially when using systems that are not overseen by a dentist. Over bleaching can have far reaching effects on your dental and overall health.

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Five Tips to Make Your New Crown Last

When you started having a toothache, you knew you had a problem; but you didn’t want to face what it meant. A year later, your tooth is broken, and you’re in a lot of pain: it’s past time to get to the dentist. Even without a set of x-rays, the dentist can tell you have an infection and likely will need a root canal and a crown.

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