A Worry-Free Visit With Dental Sedation

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Many people don’t look forward to going to the dentist. Are you, or someone you love, one of the 15% of people who experience dread when it comes to their appointment at their dentist in West Lethbridge? Dental sedation may help. Dental fear can be due to previous bad experiences, challenging developmental or anxiety disorders, an intellectual disability, or simply …

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Restoring Your Smile After A Tooth Extraction

Last month, we blogged about the reasons you may need a tooth extraction. As your dentist in Lethbridge, at Crossings Dental, we also have ways to restore your teeth if your tooth extraction left you with a gap in your smile that changes how well you chew, speak, and feel around other people. Another consideration is that spaces left by …

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A Tooth Extraction Primer – First In A 2-Part Series!

As a dentist in Lethbridge, at Crossings Dental, a tooth extraction is one of the most common procedures we do besides regular dental hygiene care and thorough oral health checkups. And while we’ll always do our best to treat your tooth to save it, there are many reasons why pulling one or more teeth may be necessary, depending on your …

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Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile And Quality of Life

Losing one or more teeth doesn’t have to spell the end of your healthy, beautiful, natural-looking smile. At Crossings Dental, we’ve rejuvenated many patients’ smiles and protected their oral health for future years with dental implants. Did you know… If you happen to lose just one tooth due to gum disease, decay, or trauma, neighbouring teeth will shift, potentially causing …

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Dental Crowns Can Protect And Reignite Your Smile

At Crossings Dental, many of our patients have had dental crowns (or crown & bridge treatment) to restore their beautiful smiles. But many haven’t, and we often get questions about what a crown is and why we would place one. We’re glad to take a moment today to give you a general overview and let you know why this technique …

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Boost Your Smile Potential with A Dental Bridge in Lethbridge

Getting a smile boost is about more than vanity. By repairing problems like missing or damaged teeth with crowns or a dental bridge in Lethbridge, you can have the pleasing – and functional – smile you’ve always dreamed about. How do I know if I am a candidate for dental crown or bridge treatment? A dental crown is recommended for …

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Dental Bonding For A Beautiful Smile

Your smile makes a statement – it speaks volumes without a single word being uttered. But if you’re unhappy with your teeth, you aren’t putting your best smile forward. One of the techniques we use as a dentist in Lethbridge that repairs smiles with excellent results is dental bonding. It can beautifully transform imperfections and damage, helping you smile with …

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Veneers From Our West Lethbridge Dentists Can Restore Your Smile

Time and age can take their toll on our smiles. After all, our teeth get plenty of wear every day. With today’s dentistry techniques and technology, our team at Crossings Dental can restore chipped, cracked, broken, or discoloured teeth … and make your smile look better than ever! In this quick blog, we highlight dental veneers and how they can …

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Invisalign® From Your West Lethbridge Dentist – A Clear Alternative

Remember the braces that looked like train tracks on teeth? The ones you couldn’t hide if you tried? Invisalign from Crossings Dental can change how you used to feel about braces. Orthodontic treatments sure have come a long way in recent years … and that means, we can now straighten smiles without anyone knowing (except the two of us, of …

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Oral Cancer Awareness – Early Detection Saves Lives

As West Lethbridge dentists, we have the expert skill and training to detect many diseases of the mouth, including oral cancer. Did you know that three Canadians die every day from oral cancer? In fact, more people die from oral cancers than either cervical or skin cancer. And because two-thirds of oral cancers are discovered in the late stages of …

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