For professional general dentistry treatments in Saint John, the Hi-Tech Family Dentistry team is at your service. If you feel a throbbing pain in your mouth, have a gap between your teeth or notice that your gums are bleeding when you brush, don’t wait and call to make an appointment right away! After a careful examination of your situation, we will be able to determine the most appropriate procedure to make you smile again.
At Hi-Tech Family Dentistry, we use advanced technology to offer the most accurate and precise treatments to our patients from Saint John and the surrounding areas. Beside cavity checks without using x-ray, we offer a variety of general dentistry services:
Dental composite restorations use synthetic resins to make the damaged tooth whole again, while reinforcing its structure. Required when the damage is not severe enough as to need a crown, the composite is bonded to the tooth in different situations:
Extractions (surgical impactions)
A tooth extraction is performed when, for example, a tooth is either too damaged or broken to be repaired otherwise or lose in its socket. Sometimes, the presence of extra teeth or the need of braces also justifies the procedure.
Root canal procedure
A root canal treatment is used to remove infected, injured or dead pulp inside a tooth. When the pulp is not in good state, it impacts the growth and development of the tooth.
Oral cancer screening
With this procedure, dentists look for cancerous and precancerous lesions. If you want, this procedure can be included in your annual or semi-annual dental hygiene exam. Hi-Tech Family Dentistry provides you with pre- and post-cancer treatment oral care.
Complete and partial dentures
Complete dentures are used to replace an entire set of missing or severely damaged teeth, either on the upper or lower jaw. After the extraction, immediate dentures can be inserted in the patient’s mouth to await the final complete dentures. These traditional dentures are removable.
Partial dentures replace only a few teeth. The removable partial denture can be attached to the healthy adjoining teeth with a metal frame, natural-looking connectors or precision attachments. Crowns may be required on the natural teeth.
Ask us also about our permanent implants procedures!
Of course, we will also take care of your teeth and gums through regular cleanings and personalised advice on your hygiene routine. It is essential that you participate in your own oral and dental health, because strong teeth are also a matter of prevention.