All treatment provided by general dentists.
Kingsview Dental Airdrie is a place that prides itself in having a line of dentists who are competent, experienced and proficient. From cases that need immediate and instantaneous attention to regular dental treatment, our team is adept in every arena. The prime objective of the dentists is to offer services that help you trust and rely on us, while at the same time also regaining your own strength, confidence and most importantly smile. So whatever your need maybe, we make every dental health care service, easily available to you under one roof at Kingsview Market, SE Airdire.
Dr. Kinjal Patel is a leading dentist at Kingsview Dental Airdrie, with years of commendable experience on her side.
Most patients are of the notion that dental health includes only their teeth. However, wholesome oral care includes not only the teeth, but gums and the mouth too. Dr. Patel believes and adheres to the principle that ‘Prevention is better than cure’. That’s the reason why she attempts to educate and enlighten patients about the importance of a meticulous, disciplined dental health routine.
Dr. Patel is fortified to handle a wide spectrum of dental problems and provide impressive and efficacious solutions to many dental health complications. Dr. Patel also attempts to stray abreast and informed about the latest advancements in oral health and dentistry.
Dr. Patel is supported by a team of highly skilled, knowledgeable and proficient dentists who are caring, gentle and thoughtful about their patients and their problems. If you have queries and concerns about your dental health, you are always welcome to visit us and get in touch with our staff members.
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A lot of factors together make up the dental structure. Ranging from your teeth, gum to your bite. Cosmetic Dentistry is the specific arena that makes sure that the shape of your teeth, its alignment, the colour, the size etc are as close as possible to ideal. Procedures that come under the purview of Cosmetic Dentistry are bonding, tooth coloured crowns, tooth coloured bridges, teeth whitening, teeth straightening, gum reshaping or recontouring, and porcelain veneers.
Sometimes a patient might get nervous and anxious about dental treatment in general or particular dental procedure. This is when sedation dentistry helps.
Oral Sedation uses oral medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. Patients are usually awake with the exception of those who are under general anesthesia.
In-chair Entertainment is exactly what the name suggests. It is entertainment provided to the patient while he is undergoing treatment sitting on the chair.
What kind of entertainment is provided? Dental chairs are equipped with back massage. Overhead television can be used to watch television or your favourite show/movie on Netflix with wireless headphones. It’s a perfect way to distract your mind while getting your dental treatment done.
Sealants help to keep out the germs and food that cause cavities. Adult molars can be sealed as soon as they come in (between the ages of five and seven and 11 and 14). Sealants protect part of the tooth. Good dental habits are still important for a healthy mouth and teeth.
Sealant help prevent cavities, especially in the adult molars. Discuss sealants with a dental health professional.
Sealants are thin plastic coatings painted on the chewing surface of healthy back teeth(molars). The chewing surfaces of the back teeth are rough and uneven with small pits and grooves. They are difficult to clean with a toothbrush.
If a cavity is left untreated, it normally spreads and forms a larger cavity. If left untreated, the bacteria from the affected area can damage what we call the pulp (nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue) causing extreme discomfort and pain.
Pulpotomy is a procedure which includes the elimination of a part of the unhealthy pulp. This helps us in preventing the infection from spreading to the other areas of the mouth. While dealing with dental problems amongst children, our prime focus remains to save a tooth and prevent decay. Pulpotomy treatment has till date proven to be highly effective and has also played a major role in preserving teeth in children.
At Kingsview Dental Airdrie, we make sure that children feel at ease while undergoing the process. The procedure involves taking x-rays to understand the level of damage and then proceed with the treatment accordingly.
Sometimes in children, it has been seen that a tooth falls off or an extraction is required before time. It could happen because of decay or trauma. To allow the new teeth to seed out and fix itself, you might need space maintainers.
A space maintainer is an acrylic or metal material that are fitted into a child’s mouth to preserve the space for a new tooth to grow and set properly.
Space maintainers help the adult tooth to erupt in the right position. The adult tooth uses the space maintainer as a guide to erupt in a proper position. It also protects the nearby teeth from falling in, and getting affected which can lead to orthodontic complications.
At Kingsview Dental Airdrie, we follow an elaborate procedure. It normally involves taking impression, making the mould and finally creating the end product. It might involve multiple sessions so as to ensure that the size of the maintainer is exact.
Dear Valued Patient,
First and foremost, we want to extend our gratitude to all of our patients and
community members for understanding the changes we are having to
implement because of current events.
The Alberta Dental Association and College has mandated that dental offices
only provide emergency services due to COVID-19.
Your health and safety is our priority. In that light, and in an effort to keep
everyone safe, we have suspended normal dental care at our office, BUT we
are still AVAILABLE to treat DENTAL EMERGENCIES! The last thing we'd
want at this time is for patients with a serious infection to go to a medical
provider because they could not find a dental provider. That being said, if you
encounter someone with a serious dental emergency, please inform them that
we are here to help!
All non-essential upcoming appointments will be rescheduled into the future. If
you have one coming up, expect a phone call from one of our team members,
if you have not already.
We will hopefully have a better outlook in the next few weeks and will keep
you updated from our side. We look forward to seeing you all after the crisis
and well into the future.
If you have ANY questions or concerns, please contact us at (403) 980 7720 or
through our Contact form.
Dr. Kinjal Patel