We offer a wide range of treatment options and the latest technologies to deliver comprehensive dental care to maintain or restore your smile. From cleanings and check-ups to extractions and oral cancer screenings, we are here to provide high quality dental care for your whole family. At Newbury Dental, we strive to be your South Edmonton dental clinic that provides as many dental services possible to keep your smile bright and healthy.
Even if it has been several years since your last checkup and cleaning, we would love to see you. There's no judgment here, just a team that is dedicated to improving your oral health. During your checkup, our South Edmonton dentists will perform a comprehensive and radiographic oral exam to carefully evaluate your oral health, checking for tooth decay, gum disease, tooth wear, TMD and ensuring your teeth fit together well. We will explain any conditions or problems we find, so that you have an understanding of your oral health. You will then work with the dentist to come up with a treatment plan that fits your budget, lifestyle, and most importantly, oral health goals.
We understand it's stressful when you have a dental emergency. When you are in pain, we will do our best to get you in as fast as possible and provide you with a positive and efficient experience. Your emergency dental visit will often start with an exam and likely radiographs to help diagnose your problem. We will make every effort to find a solution to your dental emergency and get you back to your normal routine.
In some instances, treatment cannot be delivered immediately if the solution is more complex or requires a longer appointment. However, you can still rest assured that we will schedule a future visit for you to address the issue. We will often recommend a full dental check-up, if it's been a while, to help diagnose any other underlying dental issues to help return your oral health back to good condition.
Cavities can happen to anyone, even to individuals with exceptional oral hygiene habits. Once tooth decay has made its way to the second layer of the tooth, if left untreated, the decay will continue to spread deeper and closer to the nerve of the tooth, sometimes very rapidly. This may cause further issues that often results in more complicated and extensive treatment. At Newbury Dental, we use tooth coloured filling material that blends in naturally with the rest of your teeth.
Dental sealants are a type of fillings applied to the pits and grooves of healthy teeth to protect them from decay and cavities. They are especially great for preventative care in school-aged children because they are quick, painless, and easy to apply. Prevention is always better than treatment! At our South Edmonton dental clinic, we also routinely offer fluoride treatment at your hygiene visits to help reverse and prevent tooth decay.
A dental crown is a cap that permanently covers the entire tooth and helps maintain the integrity of a decayed, damaged, or cracked tooth. By getting a dental crown, you will save your tooth by protecting its remaining structure and bringing back its original shape, size, and colour.
At Newbury Dental, our porcelain crowns are custom designed to fit your mouth by using an intraoral scanner rather than the goop from messy impression materials!Learn more
Root canals may be the most notorious procedure in dentistry, but also the most misunderstood. While many people associate root canals with fear and pain, the truth is that a root canal can get rid of your pain and allow you to keep your tooth, saving your smile from a missing tooth.
When is a root canal needed? When the nerve of the tooth becomes inflamed or infected, the nerve needs to be removed to save you from pain and prevent it from progressing into an abscess, which is much more serious and involves loss of bone in your jaw.
If you are missing several or all of your teeth, partial or complete dentures may be a great solution for you to restore your function and smile! We will work with you to decide on the best treatment option for replacing the missing spaces in your mouth.
A dental bridge may be a great option for you if you are not a good candidate for dental implants and you don't want to settle for a denture. A dental bridge is permanent and you won't be able to remove it from your mouth like with a denture. It looks just like your natural teeth and restores your smile to optimum health and function. We will work with you to decide on the best treatment option for replacing the missing gaps in your teeth.
TMJ problems are getting to be an increasingly common problem in today's society. Whether you have suffered an injury or you have a clenching or grinding habit, there are many other causes for TMJ issues. Signs of TMJ problems may include, but are not limited to: headaches, jaw tightness, neck and shoulder pain, jaw clicking and popping, lock jaw and many more. Make sure you tell your dental team if you have TMJ problems or any daytime or nighttime habits that may exacerbate your facial pain. We will develop a treatment plan that will relieve you of your discomfort and pain!