247 King Dental - Waterloo

General Dentistry in Waterloo

Whether you're here for a routine cleaning and exam or considering a full-mouth restoration, we provide thorough, personalized care to ensure your dental health and satisfaction.
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Comprehensive Dental Services Tailored for You

Extend the natural life of your teeth and maintain optimal oral health with routine dental care. Regular visits to your dentist, combined with prompt intervention at the first sign of decay, can prevent pain, discomfort, and unexpected expenses. If you’re experiencing issues with your teeth, gums, or overall oral health, restorative dental care can help you regain a healthy and comfortable smile. Our approach to general dentistry prioritizes your overall well-being. Here are some of the benefits you can expect from our preventative and restorative care:

Preventative Care:
  • Enjoy super clean teeth that look whiter without whitening.
  • Benefit from X-rays that detect problems while they’re still small.
  • Maintain healthy gums that don’t itch or bleed.
  • Composite fillings that halt cavities in their tracks.
  • Experience less sensitivity from hot and cold foods.
  • Reverse and prevent tooth decay
  • Prolong the lifespan of your prosthetics and appliances.
Restorative Dentistry:
  • Prevent extractions by treating infections and preserving your natural teeth.
  • Seamlessly replace missing teeth with solutions that mimic your natural teeth.
  • Restore damaged teeth to their original strength and appearance.
  • Benefit from personalized prosthetics and appliances designed for comfort and functionality.
  • Improve your eating, sleeping, and overall quality of life with our restorative dental care.

Our General Dentistry services

Composite Fillings

An effective restorative way to repair damaged or decayed teeth and provide a natural-looking result.

Dental Bonding

Seamlessly repair chipped teeth, banish cracks, erase stubborn discolouration, close gaps, and sculpt the perfect shape for your teeth and smile with dental bonding.

Dental Bridges

A transformative solution that effortlessly fills the void left by missing teeth, restoring your radiant smile and revitalizing your oral health.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns provide significant enhancements to the strength, appearance, and durability of your teeth. They play a crucial role in improving your oral health and ensuring long-lasting results.

Dental Extractions

A safe and gentle solution to alleviate pain and resolve issues such as decay, infection, or crowding.

Dental Implants

The cutting-edge solution for replacing missing teeth that securely anchors into your jawbone just like a natural tooth. Enjoy benefits such as improved appearance, better speech, and the ability to eat your favorite foods with ease


A natural-looking solution for replacing missing teeth, improving both aesthetics and functionality. They offer the advantage of restoring one's ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence while also supporting facial structure and overall oral health.

Root Canal

Treatment can save a tooth from extraction and offer immediate relief from tooth pain, promote better oral health and preserve your natural smile.

Teeth Cleanings

To keep your smile bright and healthy, it's important to stay on top of your dental care. Scheduling regular checkups and cleanings every 6 to 8 months is a great way to prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Plus, it helps you avoid any sudden dental pain and unexpected costs. Let's keep your teeth in top shape together!

The Importance Of Early Intervention And Routine Care

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We truly want to see you smile. Your health is our top priority, and our focus on routine care and early intervention comes from a place of genuine concern. By keeping your teeth, gums, jaw, and tongue healthy and addressing problems as they arise, you can avoid significant discomfort, pain, and unexpected expenses. That’s what keeps our patients smiling.

Keep Your Natural Teeth Longer

Did you know that cavities are the leading cause of tooth loss in young adults, while gum disease is the primary culprit in older adults? Practicing good oral hygiene at home is essential for a strong and healthy mouth. During your routine exams, we can detect early signs of gum disease and tooth decay, allowing us to intervene before they worsen.

Save Your Money

Routine teeth cleanings and exams are relatively low-cost and predictable, making them easy to budget for. Treating early signs of tooth decay with composite fillings is also cost-effective and a smart long-term investment. In contrast, more extensive procedures for severe health issues often come with a higher price tag.

Enjoy Peace of Mind

One of the best aspects of optimal oral health is not having to think about it. With no aches, inflammation, or toothaches, you can enjoy your favorite foods and feel confident about your smile. Well-maintained teeth are naturally beautiful, comfortable, and reliable.

Contact us today

to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

A routine check-up includes a teeth cleaning and an exam. Regular cleanings and exams remove plaque and tartar that build up despite regular brushing and flossing, allowing the dental team to monitor your oral health and address any problem areas.

Leftover food particles, especially in hard-to-reach areas, provide a feast for the bacteria in our mouths. These bacteria multiply and produce an acidic byproduct that accumulates on teeth, weakening the enamel. Tooth decay can be accelerated by a diet high in sugar or acidic foods and drinks like coffee or soda.

Some people are genetically predisposed to have more cavities than others. For instance, they might be more susceptible to cavity-causing bacteria or have overcrowded teeth that are harder to clean. The best approach is to maintain excellent oral hygiene and healthy eating habits at home to improve your odds.

Yes, the best part about fillings is that they prevent further tooth decay and future pain. It’s in your best interest to get a filling now while the problem is still small and manageable.

Tooth decay can often be prevented and sometimes reversed with routine cleanings. Early signs of decay can be treated with fluoride and composite fillings. An infected tooth can be saved with a root canal. Badly decayed teeth can be restored with natural-looking dental crowns or resurfaced with veneers. In severe cases, extraction may be necessary, and the function of your bite and smile can be restored with an implant or bridge. Many treatment options are available, depending on your specific circumstances.

Preventative teeth cleanings and routine exams are recommended and completely safe during pregnancy. The aim is to prevent oral infections and treat any dental symptoms that may arise. In case of a dental emergency, such as an infection, more invasive procedures like a root canal may be necessary. However, elective procedures like teeth whitening should be postponed until after the baby is born.

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