At The Smile Centré, we go out of our way to create a fun and relaxed environment where each patient receives the highest level of dental care and a VIP experience to rival any upscale boutique.
The team at The Smile Centré believes in patient education and taking a proactive approach to dentistry. During your first visit, we’ll welcome you and ensure you feel at home before we start a comprehensive exam, cleaning, and diagnostic x-rays. If we notice any signs of periodontal disease, we’ll stop and explain how this might affect any further treatment. Rest assured, we’ll explain everything as we go and answer your questions along the way.
Offering amenities that make our patients feel pampered and their visit more convenient is just one part of what makes The Smile Centré a world-class dental experience.
Using digital forms instead of paper forms helps us reduce office clutter and do our part to minimize our impact on the environment. It also makes your visit more efficient because you can fill the forms out before you come in.
Come relax in our exclusive waiting area just for adults. It’s the perfect spot to come in and unwind before your visit.
Digital technology helps us make your visit faster and safer while allowing us to give you an unparalleled level of care.
Digital x-rays use minimal radiation to produce high-quality images that can be manipulated to zoom in on suspicious areas. They can even be lightened or darkened to enhance detail. Since they’re computerized, they also don’t use films or require chemicals to develop.
Safe and effective, GLO Whitening is an award-winning whitening system available for both in-office treatment and take-home follow-up whitening.
Diode lasers are used for a variety of procedures and are a great choice for dentistry because they can be used around metal crowns and implants without issue.
CEREC is a 3D printer used to make dental restorations. With a CEREC, we can custom fabricate your crown, bridge, and more while you wait, saving you a trip (or two) to our office.
Our CBCT scanner provides detailed 3D images of the mouth for more effective treatment planning. CBCT imaging also helps us diagnose certain conditions of hard and soft tissue. Being able to offer our patients such a detailed image may help catch and diagnose a disease in its earliest development.
Intraoral cameras allow us to blow up a picture of your tooth and put it on a computer monitor so we can see every crack and crevice with crystal-clear detail. This way, we can detect issues when they’re still invisible to the naked eye, and fix problems before they turn into larger and more costly ones.