Full-Service Dentistry

At Pinewood Dental Care, we offer full-service dental care, conveniently located in one office. Our full range of general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental hygiene, oral surgery and more ensures peace of mind that you will receive a consistent experience every time.

General Dentistry

At Pinewood Dental Care, we know your dental health is a vital part of your overall health. That’s why we provide high-quality general dentistry services in a comfortable environment.

Unfortunately, brushing and flossing isn’t enough to maintain your oral health. Trust our team at Pinewood Dental Care to help maintain your oral health to give that winning smile.

General Dentistry Services


Regular check-ups can help your dentist detect early signs of dental issues like cavities, gum disease and emerging wisdom teeth. We recommend a dental check-up every six months when you come in for your biannual cleaning

Fillings / Restoration

When cavities happen, our team is committed to providing you with a comfortable experience during your cavity filling. Our seamless filling procedure will restore your tooth in no time at all, so you can continue on with your day.


Dental sealants are a common procedure consisting of coating applied to your bicuspids and molars – the flat teeth at the back of your mouth used for chewing. Sealants protect the groves in the top of your back teeth from plaque and decay. Sealants can be placed on teeth after the teeth have fully emerged from the gums which occurs at approximately six years of age and last upwards of a decade.

Diagnostic Dentistry

Your dental discomfort is our top priority at Pinewood Dental Care. Our team of dental professionals are here to listen to your concerns and provide a variety of comprehensive solutions tailored to your situation. Our diagnostic services are designed to detect the source of your pain quickly and efficiently so we can begin restoring your comfort and your confidence.

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What kinds of issues can we detect? Our dental diagnostics can locate tooth decay, such as cavities, on the interior and exterior to help up determine the right procedure to restore your tooth. We’ll also look for signs for gingivitis and periodontitis, a condition where pockets in the gums form due to plaque buildup.

Diagnostics Services

Digital X- Rays

Digital X-rays provide valuable information that your dentist could not detect otherwise. With the help of X-rays, your dentist can look at what is happening in areas that are not visible clinically. With our digital technology, we can immediately see the x-ray images to address your dental needs during your appointment. We also offer cone-beam CT to see oral tissue in detail as well as 3D imaging.

Oral Exams

Our experienced dentists are trained to detect different types of dental issues through an inspection of your tooth and gum health. Diagnosing your dental discomfort is the first step to revitalizing your smile and eliminating your pain.

Intraoral Camera

We have the tools to identify even the smallest signs of arising dental issues. With an intraoral camera, our dental team can illuminate, magnify and target the root of the issue. Feel at ease knowing our experience and equipment is here to help.

Emergency Dental Services

When dental emergencies happen, you need an experienced dentist to act fast to identify the issue and offer effective solutions. If you find yourself in need of unexpected dental care, we encourage you to call our office for immediate service.
Outside of regular office hours? Do not worry. Our emergency dental staff are prepared for your urgent dental needs.

Emergency Dental Service

What is a dental emergency? When should you call our emergency dental team?

Tooth Loss

If you unexpectedly lose a tooth, swift action can help your dentist preserve your tooth for reinsertion. Here are your next steps your tooth is knocked out:

Pick up the tooth by the crown – do not touch the root – and rinse gently underwater.

Only touch the tooth on the crown, the part of the tooth that you use to chew and only use water to rinse dirt off the tooth. Refrain from drying the tooth or wrapping it in paper towel.

While still wet, attempt to reinsert the tooth into the socket, if possible.

Touching only the crown of the tooth, line the tooth up with the socket and gently close your mouth until the tooth reinserts into the socket. Hold the tooth in place with your fingers or by gently biting down until you see your dentist.

Keep the tooth wet at all times

If you’re unable to reinsert your tooth into the socket, keep the tooth wet by storing it in milk, inside your mouth in your cheek, or in an emergency tooth preservation kit.

In some cases, your dentist may be able to preserve your natural tooth within 30 minutes of the tooth’s detachment.

Severe Cracks and Chips

If your cracked or chipped tooth is causing you severe pain, call our office for emergency dental assistance. Following the crack or chip, rinse your mouth out with warm water and apply a cold compress to the exterior of your face where the tooth is located to reduce swelling.

Abscessed Tooth

A dental abscess is a condition where a bacterial infection causes pus to form inside your tooth. This condition can cause a variety of symptoms including oral pain, fever, sensitivity and swelling. If you experience these symptoms, we encourage you to call our office immediately as a dental abscess can cause an infection to spread to other parts of the body.

Hygiene & Prevention

Preventative measures and regular oral hygiene is your best defence against cavities, gum disease and other discomforts. At Pinewood Dental Care, we want our clients to have a positive experience during these important appointments to encourage regular dental hygiene for the best oral health.

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Your dental hygiene starts at home with regular brushing, flossing, and tongue cleaning to remove leftover food that could otherwise lead to cavities and plaque buildup. The next step of maintaining your oral health is regular professional teeth cleaning. Your dental hygienist will provide a variety of treatments including professional plaque removal, an enamel-strengthening fluoride rinse and inspection for civilians and other concerns.

If you regularly experience any discomfort or sensitivity, your dental hygienist and dentist will address these concerns during your regular teeth cleaning appointment and present a variety of solutions. We recommend scheduling your regular dental hygiene appointments every six months to give you the best looking and best feeling smile.

Dental Hygiene & Prevention Services

Plaque Removal

Brushing and flossing are important parts of regular plaque removal. However, your dental hygienist will be able to remove that hard-to-reach plaque that your tooth brush tends to miss. A professional cleaning will leave your teeth feeling smooth and fresh.

Fluoride Rinse

All of our dental hygiene appointments end with a 60-second fluoride rinse to keep strengthen your enamel and prevent future cavities. Following your fluoride rinse, your hygienist will ask you to refrain from eating or drinking for 30 minutes to allow the fluoride to do its job.

Dental X-Rays

Dental X-rays provide valuable information that your dentist could not detect otherwise. With the help of X-rays, your dentist can look at what is happening in areas that are not visible clinically. With our digital technology, we can immediately see the x-ray images to address your dental needs during your appointment.

Restorative Dentistry

Oral health problems such as tooth decay, gum disease and other issues can leave your teeth looking and feeling unpleasant. Reporting dentistry can transform your appearance to return your smile to its beautiful, original state. Not only will this mean a confident new look, but restorative dentistry will also keep tooth decay from preventing further damage to your smile.

Whether you’re in need of a seamless cavity filling or looking to bring your smile to life with implants, our experts in restorative dentistry will provide you with a stress-free experience.

Restorative Dentistry Services

Implant Restorations

Tooth loss can make anyone feel insecure about their appearance. During this procedure, your dentist will insert a titanium screw into the jaw to anchor your new tooth. Indistinguishable from natural teeth, your custom-made implants will help you feel good about your smile again.


Inlays and onlays are a simple solution to mind and mild tooth decay. Manufactured in a dental lab, inlays are placed directly onto the tooth surface. When a greater portion of the tooth is damaged, an onlay is used instead to cover the tooth’s entire surface.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Your smile is often the first thing people notice about you. We understand the importance of putting your best smile forward when meeting new people and that’s why we want you to feel confident with your teeth. Our experienced team is ready to listen to your needs to create a smile that will make you want to, well – smile!

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Learning more about cosmetic dentistry is your first step to a new, confident smile. Together, you and your dentist will create a treatment plan that addresses all of your cosmetic needs. Cosmetic dentistry can shave years off of your appearance with simple procedures to revitalize your teeth and gums.

Cosmetic Dentistry Services

We’re here to guide you through all the available services when creating a new look.

Teeth Whitening

Food, drinks, smoking and medication all contribute to tooth discolouration. During this procedure, our experienced dentist will use carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide to remove unpleasant stains. If you’re looking to get your crisp, white smile back, teeth whitening can help put the confidence back in your smile.


Say goodbye to chipped teeth and damaged enamel when you talk to your dentist about dental veneers. Made from medical-grade ceramic, dental veneers are made uniquely for individual patients’ needs. Veneers can be used to fill gaps between teeth, mend chips and cracks, and give you a healthy-looking smile.

Enamel Reshaping

Enamel reshaping is a quick and painless solution to an instant smile makeover. This contouring procedure can soften pointed teeth, shorten abnormally long teeth and give you the overall appearance of the perfect smile.


Dental bonding is a quick and affordable way to restore chipped or broken teeth, fill in gaps, fix cavities and reshape or recolour your smile. Your dentist will use a composite resin and mould it around your teeth to give each tooth a seamless finish.


Inlays and onlays are a simple solution to mind and mild tooth decay. Manufactured in a dental lab, inlays are placed directly onto the tooth surface. When a greater portion of the tooth is damaged, an onlay is used instead to cover the tooth’s entire surface.

Oral Surgery

We know the thought of oral surgery can be frightening for some of our patients. At Pinewood Dental Care, we take every measure to make you comfortable during your appointment. Our oral surgeries are performed in our dental office with the staff and dental team you know and trust. We offer local anaesthetic and sleep dentistry for your oral surgeries for your comfort.

When you decide to undergo oral surgery, you can be assured that our team is dedicated to providing you with professional service to eliminate your oral discomfort. If you have concerns about your oral surgery, we always encourage our patients to talk to their dentist during their consultation.

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Tooth loss can make anyone feel insecure about their appearance. During this procedure, your dentist will insert a titanium screw into the jaw to anchor your new tooth. Indistinguishable from natural teeth, your custom-made implants will help you feel good about your smile again.

Tooth Extraction

Excess teeth, tooth decay and wisdom teeth can all lead to bigger issues down the road. If you’re experiencing pain or discomfort from one of these issues, talk to your dentist to learn in tooth extract is the procedure for you.

Sedation Dentistry

Your comfort matters to us. This is why we offer sedation dentistry to put you at ease during your appointment. We offer a variety of types of sedation dentistry to ensure we can accommodate the needs of all our clients.

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Wonder if sedation dentistry is right for you? The need for sedation dentistry is different for everyone; however, we do recommend sedation for our clients that experience anxiety around dental procedures, have had a negative experience in the past, experience soreness or sensitivity during dental procedures or have a resistance to local anaesthetic. Our staff is always looking for ways to make your visit more comfortable. If you think sedation dentistry is right for you, let us know.

Types of Sedation Dentistry

Nitrous Oxide Sedation

Nitrous oxide is administered in a gas state to be inhaled through a small mask. With this type of sedation, patients remain conscious during their procedure but will experience calming effects. The side effects of nitrous oxide sedation wear off shortly after the mask is removed.

Oral Sedation

If your dentist recommends oral sedation, you will be provided with a prescription to take approximately an hour before your procedure. Much like nitrous oxide, patients remain conscious while using an oral sedative; however, this type of sedation helps to ease anxiety. Patients sometimes feel drowsy while the oral sedation is in effect.

Intravenous Sedation

Intravenous sedation, also known as IV sedation, put patients into a “twilight” state of consciousness that causes the feeling of drowsiness and deep relaxation. While some patients may feel unconscious, IV sedation allows the dentist to wake them up if necessary. It is common for patients not to remember the procedure afterwards when using IV sedation.

General Anesthesia (GA)

At Pinewood Dental a general anesthetic (GA) may be needed for some dental patients, in order to induce the patient to a state of unconsciousness. This will make the procedure much easier for the dentist/dental surgeon to perform but more than that, painless for the patient. The GA effects can last from half an hour or a half day depending on the type of surgical procedure, with some prolonged effects lasing for several hours after the surgery is completed. Because of these possible after-effects, individuals who undergo a procedure that includes the use of a GA should not drive themselves home afterwards as the sedation can include short-term memory loss and some drowsiness. The patient should also refrain from eating/drinking for a few hours prior to a procedure, though fairly rare, nausea and vomiting can possibly occur after they wake up. It is also very important to speak to your dentist/dental surgeon about some existing allergies that you might have. Any history of allergic reaction equates to a greater chance that you could possibly be allergic to one of the chemicals used in the GA during the process.

Root Canal

If you’re regularly experiencing pain and discomfort, a root canal can provide long-lasting relief. Our dental professionals will use state-of-the-art equipment to locate the source of your pain, carefully cleans and shapes the nerve canals of the tooth’s root before sealing the prepared space.

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Genetics, deep cavities, cracked teeth or issues with a previous filling can all cause the need for a root canal procedure. Patients can typically detent the need to a root canal when they experience lingering sensitivity to hot or cold sensations, painful eating or chewing, swollen or darken gums and visibly cracked teeth. If you experience any of these symptoms, talk to your dentists to learn if a root canal is right for you.

Is a Root Canal Procedure Painful?

Root canals often have a reputation for being a painful and unpleasant experience. However, root canals are designed to repair a tooth’s root and relieve pain caused by damaged teeth. To reduce pain and anxiety during the procedure, your dentist will administer an anaesthetic. While you may feel soreness, numbness and mild discomfort following your procedure, a root canal can save you from some serious health effects in the future while saving your natural tooth.

Periodontal Dentistry

Periodontitis causes the gums to separate from the teeth. The space between the gums and the teeth create pockets that trap food and bacteria, which leads to unpleasant infections. With periodontal dentistry, our experienced oral surgeons can draw on a variety of techniques to stitch the gums back into place, replace damaged bone or tissues with a graft or insert a small mesh material to encourage natural tissue regeneration.

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Not only is periodontitis a painful gum disease, but it also affects your appears that may leave you feeling insecure about your smile. Our periodontal dentistry can bring life back into your smile and get you feeling back to your regular self.

Periodontal Dentistry Services

Dental Scaling and Root Planing

Dental scaling and root planing is a deep cleaning procedure to remove plaque that builds up closer to the room of the teeth. With periodontitis causes deep pockets between the tooth and the gum, it is critical to get this area cleaned by a professional to ensure healthy, long-lasting teeth and keep tooth decay at bay.

Periodontal Grafting

Our experienced periodontist can use gum tissue from other parts of your mouth to fill any recessions of the gum. Not only will this help to restore your appearance, but it can also help to prevent infection in the pockets caused by periodontitis. This procedure is done under local anaesthesia making it virtually painless.

Periodontal Flaps

A periodontal flap procedure is a minimally invasive process that involves gently lifting the gum from the tooth to give your periodontist access to the tooth closer to the root. At this time, your periodontist can provide a deep cleaning, tooth reshaping or insert a mesh that encourages natural tissue regeneration around the tooth. The gum is then stitched back into place and the natural relationship between the bone and gum tissue is restored.

Periodontal Regeneration

The regeneration process gives access to the deep roots of your teeth for the periodontist to clean the gum pockets and insert an enamel matrix protein. The site is sutured closed and is then monitored for six months as your gums naturally regenerate lost tissue. Periodontal regeneration is less invasive than a periodontal flap procedure.

Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening is typically required when there is a crack or fracture that requires a crown after your reparative procedure. If the new crown touches the bone that supports the tooth, you will experience painful inflammation. To avoid this your periodontist can use a local anaesthetic to lift the gum from the tooth and reshape the bone that supports the tooth to keep the new crown from touching it. Your periodontist will then suture the gum back in place.

Pediatric Dentistry

At Pinewood Dental Care we take prevention very seriously.
Did you know that tooth decay is the #1 preventable childhood disease? Our pediatric dentist specializes in treating infants, children, adolescents, and those with special needs alike. We take a personalized approach to each child’s dental needs, so you leave here feeling confident and prepared through education, and in knowing that we believe dental prevention is the foundation of great oral health.


Your first visit will be a breeze. Simply relax, smile, and feel confident knowing this will be the start of a great experience for both you and your child. If you are nervous about your first visit, then we suggest you come by for a no-treatment introduction.


At Pinewood Dental Care we only use digital x-rays which provide 90% less radiation than the traditional film x-ray, making it much safer for your child.


Approximately 80% of all cavities occur in the grooves and pits on the chewing surface of the back teeth. Sealants can be applied to help prevent these cavities. We use only BPA free sealants, and the application is quick and painless, all in one visit. Your child will be able to eat or drink in as little as 30 minutes after the application.


Athletic mouth guards can help prevent serious dental injuries. At Pinewood Dental we fabricate custom mouth guards in our clinic to provide the best fit and protection for children and teenagers. In addition to protecting the teeth, the most important use of an athletic mouth guard is to protect the child from a loss of consciousness from a blow to the chin. Mouth Guards help keep the jaw secure from moving upward and backward, thus preventing the jaw from” hitting the skull” causing the loss of consciousness. In addition, we custom make night guards for clients, to aid with teeth grinding or jaw clenching habits.


We offer Silver Diamine Fluoride, which is a cavity fighting liquid. This is a non invasive/no drill technique that may allow a younger, nervous child to avoid dental treatment and help tooth decay from progressing. Please book an appointment to see if your child is a candidate.


Brush twice a day, after breakfast and before bed at night, using a fluoride toothpaste. Toothpaste quantity should be:a smear layer from age 0-3yrs and pea-size from age 3-6yrs. Parent/adult should do the brushing until approx. age 8.


Processed sugar should be limited to 2 items per week. Natural sugars found in grain products, milk products, fruits/juice) be limited to breakfast, lunch & dinner. If a parent/adult can’t brush after each snack, then give the following foods for snacks: veggies, meats/eggs/fish, nuts or legumes.

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At Pinewood Dental we use filling materials that are mercury and BPA free. Depending on the size of the filling we may need to numb the area using a local anesthesia and place a rubber dam or barrier to protect your child’s airway while cavity is removed, tooth is conditioned and filled with a tooth-coloured composite resin. This is a less costly process than a tooth crown, however it’s more prone to recurring decay and not best practice if the decay is too large.


Large cavities can result in toothaches and pulp irritation or in some cases can actually infect the nerve. In this case we clean the nerve and place an antibacterial agent on the remaining nerve structure. Then we place a protective filling over the nerve.
Pulpotomy: “Nerve therapy” like root canal; is meant for primary molars with deep caries to delay future infection. This can prolong the health of a tooth from a few months to several years, but the tooth can still get infection in the future).


Crowns are used in cases where a cavity has affected so much tooth structure that the tooth is susceptible to fracture and a filling alone cannot properly repair the tooth. Crowns are also placed when the pulp or the nerve has been removed. Pulp is the blood supply of the tooth.

STAINLESS STEEL (silver) crowns

Most biologically compatible mercury-free material with best longevity & durability; a tooth cannot get recurrent caries afterward. These crowns are required for posterior teeth with deep or multi-surface caries and flossing after placement is important to prevent gum infection.

ZIRCONIA (white) crowns

These crowns more likely to come out than Stainless-steel and they are a more costly material. Teeth using Zirconia generally need pulp therapy prior to placement.


Removing a primary incisor (after the primary canine has fully erupted) has no functional problems, it doesn’t compromise chewing efficiency, speech development or the alignment of permanent incisors. However, removing primary canines and/or molars will decrease chewing efficiency and can lead to space-loss, so permanent teeth can erupt misaligned or in wrong places. However, not removing infected primary teeth may lead to damage to a child’s permanent teeth and also to the spreading of infections to dangerous body areas such as the brain, heart or eyes. In this case we recommend a space-maintainer which will prevent future space loss. If not, future corrective ortho therapy, which can be costly, will be needed when your child is approx 7 or 8 yrs old.


Nitrous Oxide – More Commonly known as laughing gas

Is a mild conscious sedation with almost no negligible risks. The adult analogy is ‘1 glass of wine,’ it’s relaxing but it won’t make someone brave or cooperative if they’re very anxious. Should be no eating/drinking for 2-3 hrs before the appt.


A moderate conscious sedation. Adult analogy is ‘3-4 glasses of wine,’ a person is feeling drunk and is more likely to cooperate even if anxious. Should be no eating or drinking 8-9 hours before appt. and must call clinic if patient is sick, for example congestion, coughing, cold, etc. There should be no school or sport activities on sedation day.

General Anesthesia (GA)

During this sedation the patient is unconscious; the analogy is ‘of being asleep’. It is used for longer procedures, or if you have a lot of anxiety that might interfere with your treatment.You’ll be completely unconscious, have no pain, your muscles will be relaxed, and you’ll have amnesia from the procedure.There should be no eating/drinking 8-9 hours before appt; must inform clinic if patient is sick prior to appt. and no school or sports activities on GA day.

Teeth Whitening

At Pinewood Dental we have choices to suit your budget when it comes to whitening. Our knowledgeable dentists will help select the right choice for you. In-office treatment can brighten your teeth by six to ten shades. Teeth whitening is a procedure that can lighten the shade of your teeth by removing stains or discoloration caused by aging, certain medications, tobacco, coffee or tea. However, teeth whitening will not last forever, so the procedure will have to be repeated. This whitening procedure can be done at home or in our dental clinic.The dentist will often take a photo of your existing tooth shade to monitor your progress and compare the new lighter shade of your teeth throughout the treatment.

In-home whitening

The dentist will take an impression of your teeth and then make custom mouthpieces (trays) to fit your teeth. You will be given a supply of bleaching gel, (containing hydrogen peroxide) that is applied to the tray, and you will be instructed to wear the tray for a certain amount of time. Care should be taken to use only the prescribed amount of whitening gel as excess gelmay contact your gums and cause irritation.

In-office whitening

This often takes between 30 to 90 minutes to complete and usually requires a few visits to the dental clinic to achieve the amount of whitening required. An in-office treatment can brighten your teeth by six to ten shades using a special, light-activated whitening gel, this procedure is a quick and convenient way to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. We use Lumiwhite or Zoom whitening, which you can request as per your preference.

*Both in-home and in-office whitening can cause increased tooth sensitivity in some people. This is a normal side effect and usually subsides a few days after the whitening treatments have been completed. Whitening procedures should be avoided if you are pregnant.

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Same Day Crowns


Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is an advanced imaging technology revolutionizing dental diagnostics. Our practice utilizes CBCT to capture precise three-dimensional images of the oral and maxillofacial regions. This cutting-edge technology enhances our ability to plan and execute various dental procedures, including implant placements and root canal treatments.

CBCT provides detailed insights while minimizing radiation exposure.

Experience the convenience of same-day dental restorations with our CEREC technology. CEREC allows us to create customized crowns, inlays, and onlays right in our office during a single visit. No need for multiple appointments or temporary restorations. Using advanced CAD/CAM technology, we digitally design and mill your restoration with precision, ensuring a perfect fit and natural aesthetics. Enjoy the efficiency and quality of CEREC for a seamless dental experience.

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Our team understands that finding a new dentist in Niagara can be a difficult task. Pinewood Dental Care offers a wide range of dental services, including general and preventative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental surgery, and more, creating a unique combination of in-house specialists to meet your dental care needs in a dentist office you will love.