When you need to replace your metal fillings or need a cavity restored we do composite fillings, which are white but mercury free. A composite filling looks very natural and are aesthetically pleasing. At JVR Dental we also choose the best biocompatible materials for your dentition and smile.Learn More
Root canal therapy is done when you either have a really deep cavity that ends up going all the way into the pulp, infected pulp tissue within the tooth or an abscess. We remove the pulp tissue mechanically and then fill the hollowed-out tooth with an antibacterial filling. Most of the time the tooth will then need a crown to protect the tooth from future fractures.Learn More
Crowns, also known as “caps”, are coverings that fit over a tooth to strengthen and protect the remaining tooth structure. They are made of very strong, natural looking porcelain, zirconium or ceramic to blend in with your own teeth. You may need a crown if you have big old metal fillings, fractured or chipped teeth or a severely sensitive tooth. We also do crowns on root canal teeth to protect them from future fractures. Porcelain crowns and veneers can also improve your smile by changing the shape, alignment and colour of your teeth.
At JVR Dental we also offer one appointment crowns, where you don’t need any impressions or temporary crowns. We use a computer to scan the prepared tooth, design the crown and the crown will be milled right in the office with the help of computerized 3D-technology.Learn More
Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are usually the last tooth at the back of your mouth. Impacted wisdom teeth means there is not enough space for the teeth to erupt. They can either be completely trapped within the jaw (fully impacted) and never erupt or erupt partially that some of the crown is visible. Treatment of impacted wisdom teeth are either observation or extraction by your dentist or specialist. Ask your dentist what the best treatment for your impacted wisdom teeth will be.Learn More
Dentures, also known as false teeth, are removable artificial teeth that replace missing teeth to give you a better function and restore your smile. You get either a full set of dentures, when all your teeth are extracted, or a partial denture that only replaces a few missing teeth. There are different designs and materials from acrylic, metal frames or Valplast dentures. Ask your dentist which would be the best option for you.Learn More
CEREC crowns can provide you with a beautiful, natural looking tooth in just one visit to the dentist. CEREC crowns use state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and prepare your damaged tooth. CEREC crowns provide aesthetically pleasing and durable results without the need for a follow-up appointment.Learn More.
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With summer coming to an end, the new school year marks the beginning of the organized sports season. Be it hockey, soccer, football or basketball, contact sports always bring a higher risk of facial injury and tooth trauma. Studies have shown that the risk of dental injury nearly double when comparing athletes with and without sport guards. With the addition of a couple new toys to our arsenal, JVR Dental… READ MORE
Knowing what wisdom tooth extractions are and how they work can help you better prepare for the dental procedure. At JVR Dental in Walnut Grove, Langley, we understand the problems that wisdom teeth can cause and how painful they can be. That is why we offer a wide range of dental services, including wisdom tooth extractions. What is a Wisdom Tooth Extraction? A wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical procedure… READ MORE
These simple dental care tips for preventing bruxism can help save you a lot of pain and discomfort down the line. At JVR Dental in Walnut Grove, Langley, we understand how many health problems can stem from untreated bruxism. That is why we offer a wide range of dental services, including bruxism prevention. What is Bruxism? Bruxism is the grinding, gnashing, or clenching of teeth that most commonly occurs when… READ MORE