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We use state-of-the-art dental technologies and high-tech equipment to provide you with the most convenient and modern experience.

2D and 3D Digital X-rays

Digital x-rays are now the norm in dentistry, as they allow for larger, clearer and more precise images with a fraction of the radiation compared to traditional films. Therefore, they will enable us to instantly detect and better assess the condition of teeth, fillings, and other important anatomical structures, without having to develop films in chemical solutions, which makes them eco-friendly too!

In addition, 3D x-rays, thanks to our Vatech machine, allow us to increase further our ability to diagnose, visualize, evaluate and plan treatments to serve you better. This excellent diagnostic tool helps us better plan the placement of Bicon dental implants and the safe extraction of wisdom teeth, increase the success and predictability of root canals and more easily detect specific pathologies, saving lives.

3D Oral Scanner

Forget the mess of traditional and bulky dental impressions! With our 3Shape oral scanner, we can easily, quickly and most importantly, comfortably get a digital 3-dimensional image of your teeth without those messy traditional imprint materials.

Errors are virtually nonexistent! This state-of-the-art 3D scanner provides us with unmatched precision allowing us to work immaculately on treatments such as Invisalign orthodontics, equilibrated night guards, dental whitening trays, crowns on Bicon implants, bridges, partial and complete dentures and any other appliance that requires impressions.

Impressions obtained with our 3Shape scanner are instantly sent to the dental laboratory over the internet, saving time and avoiding transport pollution. Laboratories get a perfect image of your teeth, so they can start processing your case faster and more accurately.


Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) has been around for some time now but has evolved considerably. We use the best-in-class CEREC to provide our patients with aesthetic and long-lasting dental restorations in a single appointment (after the initial examination and diagnostic appointment). CEREC CAD/CAM dental restorations offer a solution without compromise, whether full crowns, inlays or veneers.

The advantages of CEREC dental restorations

Aesthetic, solid and durable materials

With the new, even stronger material, called E-Max, we can create even more aesthetic and durable restorations by giving them natural and detailed shades and characterizations to more precisely resemble your teeth. E-Max ceramic dental restorations are stained, glazed and crystallized in an oven to make them aesthetic and strong, which adds twenty minutes to the manufacturing process. But, the aesthetic benefits and the increased strength of the restoration are well worth the additional time.

Manufacturing in one appointment instead of two (apart from the diagnostic appointment)

The manufacturing process is fairly straightforward; the dentist applies local anesthesia to comfortably prepare the tooth. He places a rubber dam and removes decay and old filling, and gives the tooth a precise shape to receive a strong and lasting restoration. Then he takes an optical impression with the CEREC camera and perfects the 3D design of the restoration right in front of you on a computer. When the design is finalized, the milling machine fabricates the piece of ceramic precisely from a special block. The dentist then tries the milled restoration on your tooth to make sure the fit is perfect. Then, in our laboratory, he gives it stains and a ceramic glaze that mimics your teeth and fires it in a specialized oven to give it the ideal colour, smooth finish and increased strength.

Book your visit and take advantage of our high-tech dentistry.

The team at D Dental Office is always happy to accept new patients.

Give us a call at (514) 900-3368

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