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COVID-19 PPE and New Procedures

On July 10, 2020

Hello Dear Patients. We wanted to update you on some of the things we have added to make our office safer for us and for you!     Some of things we have implemented are: Social distancing and extra time cleaning dental rooms via spacing out patients (effectively we are running at 75% efficiency), face shields […]

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How can I take care of my teeth between checkups?

On July 18, 2019

Of course, it is highly recommended to visit the dentist at least once if not twice each year for a routine check-up and cleaning. However, two visits to the dentist each year is not nearly enough attention to keep your oral hygiene in check. What it really takes is special attention every day, twelve months […]

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Everything you need to know about Root Infections

On March 3, 2019

What causes a tooth root infection? Tooth root infections often referred to as an abscess, are pockets of pus that are created by bacteria and typically occur at the tip of a tooth’s root or in the gums near the root. These types of infections happen when bacteria find their way into the part of […]

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What is Gum Disease?

On January 30, 2019

At Third Street Dental, our team of dentists and hygienists boast decades of expertise in all facets of dental care. From general hygiene to more invasive surgeries and procedures, you can trust that you and your family are in great hands the minute you step into our office. Some dental issues are more common than […]

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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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