Our Services

Sleep Apnea

Do you suffer from snoring, chronic fatigue or difficulty concentrating? These signs could be linked to sleep apnea. Do you have a CPAP machine that you can’t tolerate anymore? If left untreated, sleep apnea can have harmful consequences on your health and negative implications on your daily routine. Our dentists trained in sleep apnea will […]

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Treatments and Technologies

At the Boucherville Dental & Implantology Centre, we have all the latest technologies to provide you with the best possible care. Among other devices, we have digital radiography, the intraoral camera and the DIAGNOdent (cavity detector and digital impressions without paste inside the mouth). We are also equipped with digital dental imaging equipment that allows

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Ceramic or Zircon Restorations

The Crown, The Visible Part of the Tooth Although the word “crown” is most often used to describe a restoration, it is primarily a component of the dental anatomy. The dental crown is the visible part of the tooth. It is this part, covered with enamel, which is exposed to air, bacteria and any other

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Invisalign Orthodontics

Invisalign: An Interesting Alternative Orthodontic treatments have many purposes, including ensuring a better bite, curing jaw disorders, and achieving a more beautiful dental appearance with perfectly positioned and aligned teeth. In addition to traditional methods, Invisalign technology is an alternative that can achieve all these goals. How Is the Treatment Performed? The Invisalign treatment is

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Teeth Grinding

Bruxism, A Mandibular Parafunction Bruxism is a jaw disorder characterized by involuntary grinding or clenching of the teeth. It is a mandibular parafunction, since it is a movement that is carried out without fulfilling any masticatory, swallowing or speech function. This grinding, in addition to being unpleasant for the bruxer, can cause muscle pain and

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What Is Implantology? What is an implant? To answer this question, it is important to know that natural teeth consist of two main parts: the crown and the root. The crown is the visible part of the tooth, while the root is located under the gum inside the jawbone (the alveolar bone). The implant replaces

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Gum Treatments

The Gum: An Important Tissue The gum is an essential component of the mouth: by enclosing the teeth and covering the bony structures (the alveolar bone), it provides both protection and support. More precisely, it is the attached gingiva that supports the teeth by being attached to the alveolar bone; the gingiva also includes the

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Teeth Whitening

The Real Colour of Teeth Naturally, teeth can actually be of different colours. From one person to another, the colour varies and this is perfectly normal! There are essentially four main colour categories, which you can see in the illustration to the right. The A family includes auburn or reddish-brown teeth The B family is

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