During your first visit, we focus on understanding your needs. Through an in-depth interview, careful examination, state-of-the-art technology, and our expertise, we can better evaluate your oral health and detect existing and/or potential problems.
The medical questionnaire and your dental history are essential to our understanding. It informs us of certain diseases, risk factors or medications that may be closely related to your oral and global health condition. We will examine teeth, gums, palate and all the soft tissues of your mouth. Using digital X-rays, we will check for structures that are not visible to the naked eye. Palpation and additional tests will complete the full examination of the mouth.
Once checkup is completed, we will have an overview of the situation and a good understanding of your objectives. Together, we can discuss and choose the right avenue for you. We believe that a patient who is aware and informed of his problems is one who can solve them.
Here are some targets that we will aspire to achieve together:
Healthy teeth and gums
Our priority is to ensure a healthy and comfortable mouth.
Beautiful aligned teeth
With orthodontic treatment with or without braces, such as “Invisalign“, veneers or porcelain crowns, with or without whitening treatment or gum contour correction, we can help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
Comfortable jaws and joints
An accident, excessive bruxism or trauma are just some of the factors that can affect the functioning of the jaw joint. Do you want to get rid of pain, joint noise, tense facial muscles and headaches? We can guide you towards non-intrusive options that will aim to reduce temporomandibular disorders and prevent their recurrence.
A complete and functional dentition
Replacing your missing teeth with dental implants, fixed bridges or removable prostheses will allow you to maintain a superior quality of life and lasting comfort.
A rejuvenated face
Thanks to the cosmetic concepts of modern dentistry, we can help you rejuvenate your smile. We will ensure that your teeth are proportionate, and in harmony with the physiology of your face
A restful sleep
Recent scientific studies show that global health and oral health are intimately related. In fact, many diseases can affect your oral health, but did you know that the opposite is also true? By ensuring that your mouth is healthy, you are helping to maintain your global health and well-being.