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1748 Bath Rd Kingston
Kingston, Ontario K7M 4Y2
(613) 389-0650

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Reliable Dental Care in Kingston

Your smile is one of your most defining features. At Pearl Dental Care, we offer the diverse range of dental treatments you need to maintain optimal oral health throughout your lifetime. We are passionate about helping you achieve a smile that is beautiful and at its optimal oral health.

Our Kingston dental office is conveniently located on Bath Road, and we are proud to provide the array of dental services your family requires. From emergency dentistry to Invisalign® clear aligners, we have the treatments you need to protect and boost the appeal of your smile. We are dedicated to creating a welcoming environment where you and your family feel at home, which is why we offer our services in English, Farsi, and French. Contact us today to learn more about our dental treatments that are sure to make you smile.

Our Dental Services

Every smile is beautifully unique and requires individualized care. That's why we offer custom dental treatments to address your specific concerns, needs, and smile goals. Our compassionate team will take the time to get to know you and fully explain the treatment we recommend and how it will benefit your oral health. Here are some of our Kingston dental care services:

  • Cleanings and Exams
  • Dental Implants
  • Invisalign Clear Aligners
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Same-Day Crowns
  • Emergency Dentistry
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Gum Disease Treatments
  • Dentures

Our dental treatments are carefully crafted to fit your lifestyle and needs to boost your oral health and quality of life. From monitoring the development of your child's bite pattern to gum disease treatments to halt gingivitis, you can rely on our team. We welcome all ages, and we understand that many people suffer from dental anxiety, which is why we offer sedation options to maximize your comfort.

Our Dentist in Kingston

Your smile says a lot about you, and a healthy smile can represent you well. At Pearl Dental Care, we offer the array of treatments teyou and your family need for a lifetime of stunning, healthy smiles. We combine years of experience with modern technology to provide the quality dental care you deserve. Our dental office in Kingston is equipped with a CBCT scanner, intraoral scanner, and digital x-rays for precision measurements and details, which allows us to diagnose and treat oral health issues accurately. We are excited to meet you and develop a professional relationship you can count on. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.



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After all other options have been explored, Pearl Dental Care would recommend a tooth extraction only in the most extreme of cases where another method of saving the tooth is not available.For example, if a tooth’s roots are damaged beyond repair, traditional restorative methods like root canal therapy would be impossible, necessitating the extraction of the traumatized tooth to maintain the overall health of the mouth.For example, many dentists recommend the extraction of impacted wisdom teeth. While the teeth may not initially cause physical...

Are you suffering from missing teeth, or becoming frustrated because you’re having trouble chewing, speaking or even biting foods? If so, a bridge may be right for you. Bridges fill in the gaps between your natural teeth with natural-looking artificial teeth. Semi-permanent and comfortable, Pearl Dental Care can fit you for a bridge that will help improve the appearance of your smile and while at the same time offering strength and support to your natural teeth.  Are you suffering from missing teeth, or becoming frustrated because you’re having...

It is possible that in spite of your best efforts you may require more aggressive gum therapy. Like many other ailments, gum disease can be quite painless due to its slow progression.After a thorough periodontal screening and examination, we may choose more aggressive therapies aimed at eliminating or reducing the amounts of bacterial poisons and plaque accumulating below the gum line (generally cleaning and polishing of teeth is above the gum-line). This involves curettage and root-planing and/or treatment with site specific administration of...

Kingston Cosmetic Dentistry We want you to show off your smile! Whether you are interested in whitening services, veneers, or a complete smile makeover, we can help you achieve a beautiful smile right here in our office.

Tooth-Colored Composite Restorations Gone are the days when tooth trauma and cavities could only be treated with unsightly metal fillings. Today, modern, tooth-colored fillings made of durable resin can be bonded to your teeth for a stronger, more natural-looking effect. Composite fillings are virtually undetectable and require only a single appointment to apply.

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How often do I need my teeth cleaned?

Every patient is unique and needs to be assessed to decide what is healthy for him or her. If you have not had any evidence of gum disease or gingivitis, an appointment every six month is often recommended. Several factors could cause us to recommend a more frequent recurring care appointment. These... ...Read More

Your toothbrush should be replaced frequently to help reduce the transfer of bacteria. The average life of a toothbrush should be no longer than 3 months due to wear, but if you have been sick or had a cold you should replace your brush as soon as your cold goes away. ...Read More

No, most toothpastes are very similar. We recommend that you use a toothpaste with fluoride to decrease the chance of getting cavities. Some people require a special toothpaste that targets a specific health need. Children, clients who are prone to cavities, dry mouth, or halitosis may all require a... ...Read More

If you do not floss, a third of each tooth doesn't get cleaned! Flossing keeps your gums healthy and helps to prevent cavities from forming in between your teeth. ...Read More

There are many questions on our medical history form that ask about your medical conditions. We ask these questions because there may be oral manifestations of those diseases that we need to address. Clients with diabetes, for example, are at higher risk for bone loss and infections (including gum... ...Read More

We need to know about your medications because there may be side effects (for example, a dry mouth condition) that we can help you treat. Some medications can make you susceptible to infection and we may need to check with your medical doctor regarding safe measures for your appointment. Our staff... ...Read More

Whitening has been done safely in Canada for many years and can be done in a number of ways in our office. We use products with the active ingredient Carbamide Peroxide. Studies have shown that it is safe for use in the treatment of discoloured teeth. If you have questions, please feel free to give... ...Read More

The Canadian Dental Association encourages parents to bring their infants in for assessment within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by the first year of age. Your child's health is important to us and we will do our best to ensure that their visit is a positive experience. If you think... ...Read More

We strive to make your dental appointment a stress-free and relaxing experience. We will take into consideration your personal situation, listen to your concerns, and use modern techniques such as local anesthetic to make your experience as painless as possible.  ...Read More

At every dental hygiene visit we screen you for Oral cancer. In between visits, watch for any of the following and let us know if you are having any of the problems below:Tissue patches that are very white or red;Sores in your mouth that do not heal;Difficulty swallowing;Lumps in your mouth or... ...Read More