Expert Advice

At Capital Corner Dental,we recommend that our patients have regular cleanings and exams every six months to maintain healthy oral hygiene. However how often you go for a dental exam will depend on your individual oral health needs.


Our goal is to catch small problems early!


What We Offer

State of the art dental technology: to serve you more proficiently and accurately.

Our Panorex x-ray system allows us to capture a complete panoramic picture of your mouth with just one low-radiation exposure.


Digital Intraoral X-rays: Where digital x-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film.   The advantages of digital x-rays include time efficiency and the use of less radiation.  Digital Intraoral x-rays allow dentists to find caries, look at the tooth roots, check the health of the bony area surrounding the tooth, see the status of developing teeth and otherwise monitor good tooth health.



Preventative Dentistry - Stop problems before they start

Mouth Sports Guards
Mouth & Sport Guards - A comfortable piece of athletic gear that fits over your teeth to protect your smile, as well as your lips, tongue, face and jaw.  New research indicates that mouth guards can reduce the severity of concussions.  Mouth Guards come in a variety of colours to show your team spirit!

Nightguards for Bruxism - Nightguards prevent grinding of teeth that may occur unconsciously during the day or while sleeping.

TMJ Splints - Splints prevent discomfort from the constant clenching and grinding that can lead to TMJ (temporomandicular joint dysfunction).

Velscope – Is a device designed to assist in detecting the early stages of oral cancer. Read more about Velscope

Laser Treatments – Uses a soft tissue laser designed to treat periodontal disease,
gingivitis, cold sores and tooth sensitivity.


General Dentistry – All the standard care and more

Root Canal Therapy
Root Canal Therapy – Also known as endodontic treatment is the process of removing infected, injured or dead pulp from your tooth.  When bacteria enters your tooth through deep cavities, cracks or flawed fillings your tooth can become abscessed, which may cause pain and or swelling.

Crowns – If your tooth is damaged but not lost, a crown (also called a cap) may be used to restore is shape, appearance and function.

Bridges – To replace one or more missing teeth.  Bridges are typically made up of an artificial tooth fused between two crowns.

Gold Restorations – For quality, durable dental work.

Dentures & Partials – Artificial replacements for your natural teeth and gums.
Full dentures contain complete (upper and/or lower) rows of prosthetic teeth.
Partial Dentures restore smiles that have gaps scattered among healthy teeth.

Sealants – To close up any tiny cracks and fissures.

Esthetic Dentistry – For beautiful smile transformations

Teeth Whitening
Veneers – To improve aesthetics of a tooth or to protect a damaged tooth surface.

Teeth Whitening – We offer both take home and in office procedures.

Insurance & Payments

Direct Billing – Our office provides what is called Assignment or Direct Billing.
This means that the insurance company will pay our office directly.  With this service the
patient is only required to pay the portion not covered by insurance at the time of the
appointment.  To offer this service we do require a credit card number on file.  We would
never use your credit card without explicit permission from you.

Payment – We prefer that your account be settled after each visit and we accept cash,
Visa, MasterCard and Interac.

Options – To make things really easy, you can now pay for your dental treatment with
a few clicks of the mouse.  We are registered with the following major banks – just click
on the logos to go to their online banking sites.