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Listening, transparency and honesty are at the heart of our values

Our expertise at the service of your smile

It has been shown that preventive measures can reduce the risk of developing periodontal diseases which would lead to more extensive treatments. Concerning prevention and dental hygiene, the following three themes will be discussed:

  • Brushing your teeth

  • The essential tools for complete hygiene

  • Bad breath and oral hygiene

Offered services






Our answers to your questions

Dre. Tamar Stamboulian


15 years of experience

With a career dedicated to the excellence of dental care, Dr. [Name] has specialized in an approach centered on the well-being of his patients. His practice stands out for its commitment to providing high-quality care for the whole family, always emphasizing comfort and patient satisfaction. Thanks to his ability to communicate clearly and insightfully, he guides his patients through various treatment options, closely collaborating with other specialists when necessary. His gentleness and empathy are qualities that make him a highly valued professional in the dental community.

Dr. Guy St-Arneault


27 years of experience

Over the course of his career, he has developed a practice focused on the comfort of his patients by providing quality care for the entire family. He excels in his enlightened way of transmitting the necessary information in order to properly present the different alternatives to the suggested treatment plans and never hesitates to collaborate with specialists when the need arises. His gentleness and calm are very appreciated assets.

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Dr. Anyk Plaisance


Having always been interested in health sciences, Dr. Plaisance has chosen dentistry as her career. She has completed her studies in dental medicine at the University of Montreal in 2021. To further her training, she pursued her education by completing a one-year residency program within the NYU Langone facilities in New York City.

Let's demystify: Gray and white plumbing and CEREC restoration

When a cavity occurs, filling (also called filling) is necessary to prevent possible deterioration of the tooth. A gray filling (amalgam), white filling (composite) or other filling material may then be required. Certain materials may better meet the patient's needs.

The choice depends on the extent of the cavity to be filled and where the decay is located. Where there is a higher chewing force, a stronger material is generally required. Each of these types of filling has advantages and disadvantages. The choice of gray or white fillings should be limited to small dental repairs, because each time they have to be redone, the teeth become more fragile.

A filling serves to prevent the progression of decay by preventing bacteria from penetrating deep into the tooth.

Pourquoi utiliser ce type de restauration?
Différences entre les types de restaurations
Gray lead
Strong and durable, it resists chewing pressure.
Ideal for simple fillings.
Alloy of different metals (silver, copper, tin and sometimes zinc) combined with mercury in order to obtain malleability for installation.
White lead
Natural appearance, tooth color and several shades available (the aesthetic properties of the tooth are preserved).
ideal for simple fillings.
Plastic material in the form of a ready-to-use paste, containing photosensitive substances which harden under the action of light. The adhesion to the tooth is chemical and there is therefore less healthy dental substance to be removed, compared to gray fillings.
CEREC ceramic restoration (inlay)
Ideal treatment that allows the restoration of a tooth with a crown or partial coverage in a single visit. Good durability.
Ideal when the tooth is cracked, broken or has a large filling.
A computer-assisted restoration method that uses a ceramic block to sculpt the missing tooth shape.
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