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Many people dread going to the dentist. Dental visits have the reputation of being painful and uncomfortable, and it is common for people to compare unfortunate situations such as a negative experience when they were young or feeling the dentist’s drill. However, at Rideau Dental on 4th St, dental visits are not that bad.
Your regular cleaning and checkup are noninvasive. They require no drilling or needles, and you go home with refreshingly clean teeth. When your hygienist cleans your teeth, you are literally receiving individualized care from a professional as you sit back and relax.
In the days before the use anesthetics, dental work could be painful. Thankfully, those days are gone! Now you are unlikely to feel a thing, even during the most extensive procedures. Our goal is to make sure that you are completely comfortable before proceeding and if at anytime you should feel uneasy we promise to stop right away and address the issue. Furthermore, we can explain every step of the way to put your mind at ease. In addition, most dental work such as fillings, root canals, and crowns can be performed in one to two visits, so you do not need to keep returning to Rideau Dental on 4th St.
An incentive for getting over your fear and coming to the dentist is that getting your dental work done can dramatically improve your quality of life. Drs. Janet Kan and Paul Chapman can address tooth problems that have caused toothaches or prevented you from eating the foods you like. As a bonus, regular visits with Drs. Janet Kan and Paul Chapman and our staff allow us to identify conditions such as periodontal disease, which can indicate risk for seemingly unrelated health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.