Collins Bay Dental Now At The Forefront Of High Quality, Personalized Service

Collins Bay Dental has been recognized as being a front runner in the realm of High quality, personalized service. More information can be found at https://collinsbaydental.com/

Kingston, Canada - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Collins Bay Dental Kingston Supporting Patients with Dental Phobias and More

According to research conducted by Colgate, between 9 and 15% of Americans put off seeking dental care because they fear going to the dentist. Another study showed that of those who fail to see a dentist regularly, more than one third say that fear is the main reason that they are reluctant to go.

Most dental procedures are not actually painful, however the feeling of a loss of control that some people experience when they are sat in the dentist’s chair, and being examined, can be enough to put people off visiting the dentist. It takes many years to qualify to be a dentist, and qualified dentists take an oath to work with the best interests of their patients in mind. Those who see a dentist regularly will know that good preventative dental care can help them to enjoy healthy teeth for longer, and means that they don’t need to go back to the dentist for painful procedures.

Collins Bay Dental in Kingston offers general dentistry services as well as cosmetic dentistry, and is working tirelessly to make going to the dentist easier – both mentally, and on the wallet. The practice offers 0% financing OAC, and provides a comfortable and relaxing environment for adults and children. They offer basic oral hygiene advice, general examinations, and a range of different procedures. The practice aims to make it as easy as possible to fit dental appointments into your schedule by offering evening and Saturday appointments to help those with busy schedules.

Dr Gibrayel offers emergency appointments, so those with toothache, chipped teeth and other issues can get treatment when they need it.

It’s the sedation dentistry that has been attracting the most interest of late. Whether you are looking for cosmetic treatments, or just need a helping hand with your check-up, sedation can make the task of sitting in the dentist’s chair easier. Collins Bay Dental offers Nitrous Oxide sedation, as well as a selection of oral sedation treatments. Which they will offer to each visitor depending on the patient’s general health, the work required, and the level of fear that they are reporting. Sedation is a safe and effective way of taking the stress out of visiting the dentist.

Dentistry for the Whole Family

Exposing your child to a kind and caring dentist early on will help them to avoid developing the fear that so many adults have, and will also be beneficial for their long term dental health. Baby teeth serve two roles – they allow children to eat properly, and they guide the permanent adult teeth into place. It is vital that you take care of those teeth. If a child loses teeth too early, then space maintainers can help to reserve the space for the adult teeth, however this is not ideal.

Even babies should have regular check-ups, because the dentist can look for early signs of potential bite problems, and offer treatment for them before things such as malocclusion’s become serious enough to require braces.

Collins Bay Dental offers a range of services for children, including check-ups and hygiene services, fillings, sealants and more.

Perfecting your Smile

One popular service that the practice is offering is veneers. These are primarily for adults , and they help to offer people truly perfect looking pearly white smiles. They fill gaps between teeth, and can mask discolored, broken or chipped teeth. Veneers can range in price from $300 to $1000 on average, and last for between five and fifteen years, making them an affordable way to get a perfect smile.

About Dr. Gibrayel

Dr. Gibrayel is the dentist practicing at Collins Bay Dental. He grew up in Cairo, Egypt, and studied dentistry at Cairo University before moving to Canada. He became a Doctor of Dental Medicine in 2007 after studying at the University of Manitoba, and was awarded the University Gold Medal after graduating with the highest standing. He moved to Kingston, Ontario in 2011 and is the owner of Collins Bay Dental.

More information on Collins Bay Dental can be found at their website: https://collinsbaydental.com/

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Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Kamil Gibrayel
Email: info@collinsbaydental.com
Organization: Collins Bay Dental
Address: 1260 Carmil Blvd, Kingston, Ontario K7M 5Z3, Canada
Phone: +1-613-389-6126

For more information, please visit https://collinsbaydental.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299886

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