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you've always wanted.

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

Welcome to the practice of Dr. Nasilla Asnafi



Here at Pearl Dental Care Kingston, we strive to give you the safest and most comfortable dental care possible; from cleanings to fillings, root canals, and everything in-between.

Our website was created not only to inform you about our practice, staff, and dentists, but to act as a comprehensive reference about your oral health. We will keep you informed about the very best that dentistry has to offer. Our office is committed to providing you the very best care in a warm and compassionate manner.

Please feel free to browse the site, get informed, and e-mail or call us if you have any questions. We look forward to taking care of you and your family.

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Patients who prefer amalgam-free dental fillings will be delighted to know that Pearl Dental Care can work with a variety of restorative materials, including those that are free of mercury or amalgam. Whether you need something as simple as a filling replaced, want to explore the aesthetic difference that a crown could make on a discolored or damaged tooth, or need more complex procedures like replacement tooth implants or root canal therapy, Pearl Dental Care can work with you to devise a treatment plan aimed at repairing or replacing your...

Get the straight smile you’ve always wanted with Invisalign® invisible aligners. These removable clear aligners are worn throughout the day and customized specifically for your mouth using 3D imaging technology.

If you suffer from migraine or tension headaches, you know the pain and misery they can inflict. But what if there was a cost-effective, drug-free way to help you reduce or avoid your headaches altogether?  Pearl Dental Care may be able to help, by fitting you for a stabilization sprint—a small, comfortable mouthpiece that helps keep you from clenching your teeth while you’re asleep.Stabilization splints have been proven to reduce headache triggers, like abnormal muscle contractions and teeth grinding, by nearly 70%.  Because they’re small and...

Unlike filings or crowns that are bonded to the tooth, dental implants are surgically implanted into the jawbone below the gum line. After the implant is placed, an artificial, natural-looking tooth is attached to it.  Over time, your bone and gum will continue to grow around the implant, providing it with extra stability.

If you haven’t had access to the proper dental care for years—or for a lifetime—you may be suffering from worn, discolored, missing, chipped or otherwise broken  teeth.   Not only does this affect your self-esteem; it can also affect the way you speak and chew. But Pearl Dental Care can help with full mouth restorative treatment. By combining a variety of dental procedures and techniques including periodontal and endodontic therapy, bridges, crowns, veneers and dental implants, Pearl Dental Care can give you a beautiful, healthy smile of which...

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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

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