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Frequently Asked Questions about Sedation Dentistry

On August 16, 2018

Many patients are nervous about visiting the dentist. At Third Street Dental we understand this, and our professional, experienced, and friendly staff has put in a lot of work to become the most welcoming North Vancouver dentist. Still, to some people, there is something about visiting the dentist that makes them uncomfortable. Today, there are […]

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How is Wisdom Tooth Removal Performed?

On May 24, 2018

For many dental patients, the thought of wisdom teeth removal can be frightening. But it doesn’t have to be! Although it’s technically considered to be a surgical procedure, wisdom tooth extraction is actually quite routine. In fact, it’s likely that most of the adults you interact with on a daily basis have had at least […]

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Safer Dental X-rays: The Benefits of Going Digital

On January 15, 2014

Dental x-rays are an integral part of regular dental check ups. X-rays are necessary to detect decay and check the health of the surrounding tissues. Most patients understand the benefits of x-rays however some worry about their exposure to radiation. Third Street Dental is committed to our patient’s safety and their quality of care. We […]

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Free Sedation Dentistry & Dental Treatments Available With Dr. Ho

On November 21, 2013

Dr. Andrew Ho will be participating in an Intravenous Sedation Course this winter offered by UBC Faculty of Dentistry and DentalEd Inc. Your participation as a patient will greatly assist Dr. Andrew Ho in completing this program. In return for your participation, you will be given an initial dental exam and x-rays as needed followed […]

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6 Causes of Bad Breath and How to Treat It

On October 14, 2013

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be an embarrassing problem. A supply of breath mints may not be enough. While nearly everyone has had an experience with bad breath at some point, Scientific American reports that 25 % of people worldwide experience chronic halitosis. There are many causes and fortunately most of them are […]

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