General Dentistry in Kelowna
Based on his findings from your complete general dentistry exam, our dentist in Kelowna will recommend how often you would benefit from visiting our office for hygiene re-care and future dental exams. These interval recommendations are tailored specifically to you and your health.
During your general dentistry re-care visits, Jen and Stefany, our highly trained hygienists will:
- Maintain the gums and bone around your teeth with a deep teeth cleaning
- Remove the buildup of calculus and stain on your teeth
- Help monitor your dental health so any issues are caught early
- Help reduce sources of bad breath
- Offer suggestions for improving your oral health.
“Professional friendly staff, gentle work and great quality of service. This office has it all. Best dentist ever. Highly recommended.”
Both Jen and Stefany take great pride in their thorough efforts and work hard to keep these teeth cleaning visits as gentle as possible. Please ask them any questions that you have!
General dentistry is the heart of our dental practice and plays a key role in keeping your smile healthy! And keeping YOU healthy now that dental diseases are linked to heart disease and strokes.
We look forward to taking care of you AND your family. Kids love it here and we keep the visits fun and educational.
The basis of general dentistry is dental hygiene and preventative care. When you visit us for your regular teeth cleaning and oral health exam, you protect yourself against painful decay and disease.
Small cavities affect the majority of our patients, but they can painlessly reverse them with dental fillings. Our dental fillings are small and tooth-colored for a subtle appearance. Your dental fillings placement will only require a few minutes in our office, but they can preserve your natural tooth from sensitivity and decay for years.
Oral Cancer Screenings
Early oral cancer detection is essential to successful cancer treatment. Dr. Malfair uses Velscope technology to identify abnormalities and lesions that may become dangerous to your health. This short, fast, and painless procedure could potentially save your life.