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We get it. There are only 24 hours in a day and no matter how hard you try, there never seems to be enough time for everything. Baseball practice, Dance lessons, Dinner with friends, Date night, School plays, Retirement parties, Housewarmings. These are the things you want to do because they make life worth living. So how do you fit your family’s dental appointments into your already jam-packed schedule?

At Crown Isle Dental, We treat our patients the way we’d want to be treated — with positivity, compassion, and exceptional care. From infants who are starting to show their first tooth to seniors, we are here for you to achieve and maintain healthy teeth and gums.

With extended Tuesdays to opening on select Saturdays, we make scheduling simple, too. Book appointments for your whole family at once. Get in, get out, and get on with your lives.


Prevention is key to lifelong dental health. Regular dental cleanings and check-ups are important in maintaining good dental health. Teeth cleaning removes the buildup of plaque and calculus (a stone like substance that attaches to your teeth). The plaque and calculus contain bacteria which can lead to gum disease and other health issues if too much accumulates. While plaque is soft and can be brushed or flossed away, calculus must be professionally removed by a dentist or dental hygienist.

We understand that you might be a little scared or apprehensive. We also understand that you have a busy schedules, or have a general forgetfulness but do not worry; you are not alone. We encourage you to take an hour out of your day for the benefit of your oral health and your future quality of life. To get started, all you need to do is contact and schedule an appointment for one of the following Preventative care services:


At Crown Isle Dental Health Centre, we take pride in helping our patients have a beautiful, healthy smile they can be proud of. In most cases, our patients achieve this through brushing twice per day, flossing before bed, and coming into our office for regular dental checkups. However, teeth can become damaged due to infection, disease, or injury, in which case there are several procedures that can be done to return teeth to their normal working function. This is what’s known as restorative dentistry. 

Restorative dental procedures have many benefits, which is why they are some of the most commonly performed procedures by dentists.

  • Restore function: The biggest benefit of restorative procedures is that the functionality of your teeth is restored. You can eat and talk with relative ease because your teeth are healthy.

  • Eliminate pain: If you have a deep cavity or an infected tooth that needs a root canal, you have probably experienced severe pain related to these issues. Restorative procedures eliminate that pain by correcting the problem or removing the infection.

  • Improve appearance: Restorative procedures can make your teeth look better so that you can smile with confidence.

  • Prevent further dental issues: Correcting a dental issue as soon as it is detected can prevent it from getting worse or causing more dental issues. Having a cavity filled as soon as your dentist notices it can prevent it from leading to a root canal. A cavity that is ignored for too long can result in a tooth that can’t be saved that will need to be extracted and replaced.

  • Preserve jaw bone density: Replacing a missing tooth with an implant preserves the bone density in your jaw. If a tooth is missing, the part of the jaw that once held it in place will start to weaken and eventually dissolve. After that, in order to replace it with an implant, a bone graft procedure will be required. It is best to replace a missing or unviable tooth right away to avoid bone loss.

Our Restorative Care Services Include:

  • Tooth Colored Fillings

  • Dental Crowns

  • Dental Bridges

  • Root Canals

  • Implant Retained dentures

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Cosmetic and restorative dentistry use some of the same materials and procedures. If treatment is needed because of a disease, it is considered restorative. Cosmetic (esthetic) dental procedures improve a patient’s smile and self-image.

Examples of esthetic treatments include veneers and teeth whitening. These treatments are considered cosmetic because they are elective and not medically necessary. Rather, they are solemnly used to improve appearance.

Our dentists are passionate about using technology to deliver an incredible, text-your-friends-about-it results. At your initial consultation with your dentist at Crown Isle Dental, we will go over all of your concerns and make recommendations based upon your individual needs. Sometimes there are multiple ways to approach an issue and our dentists will make sure that you are presented with and understand all of your options. The pros and cons of each solution will be discussed so you can make the best decision for you. Our office offers following cosmetic procedures:

  • Bridges

  • Veneers

  • Tooth colored restorations

  • Teeth whitening.

Make an appointment with us today and find out which of these options is right for you.

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We know life comes at you fast and an emergency rarely happens at a convenient time. That’s why we offer same-day emergency dental consultations. We’ll help you overcome whatever problem you may be experiencing so you can go back to enjoying your life as soon as possible.

Call us at 250-338-2599 if you are dealing with:

  • Toothaches

  • Broken or chipped teeth

  • Broken crowns and fillings

  • Abscesses or swelling

  • Knocked-out teeth

  • Anything that doesn’t feel right in your mouth!

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