WELCOME TO HALIFAX DENTAL GROUP

Halifax Dental Group is an association of general dentists conveniently located in the Halifax Professional Centre on the corner of Robie Street and Spring Garden Road. 

Halifax Dental Group is committed to helping our patients comfortably establish and maintain optimal oral health. Our dentists and hygienists take the time to educate you about your dental care. Our professional and personable staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding treatments, procedures, dental fees or about any of the up to date technology that we offer in our office. All of our staff share an ongoing commitment to education and professional development.

We offer a wide range of services and our fees are based on the Nova Scotia Fee Guide. Services include:

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

Suite 260, 5991 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, NS

⧗ Hours

Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm

☎ CONTACT

902-482-3888



Services

After hours emergencies

The dentists at Halifax Dental Group are available to our patients for dental emergencies that occur outside of office hours. (Click here to read more)


Dentures

Dentures are removable false teeth. They can be used to replace one or more missing teeth. If dentures are right for you, your dentist will review all of the available options. (Click here to read more)


tooth whitening

Tooth whitening is a process that helps to lighten the colour of teeth. While a number of whitening methods are available today, our dentists favour the “custom tray method” of whitening. (Click here to read more)


Dental implants

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root. One or more implants can be used to support a variety of different types of dental restorations. These include: crowns, bridges, partial dentures, and complete dentures. (Click here to read more)


SAME DAY CROWNS

A crown is a dental restoration that covers an entire tooth. Crowns are often suggested for teeth that are heavily broken down or at high risk of substantial failure. (Click here to read more)

Custom Sport Mouthguards

Custom mouthguards have various functions. They serve to protect teeth from unwanted fractures, have an ability to reduce concussion severely while giving additional protection to the jaws from traumatic blows. (Click here to read more)


Veneers

Veneers are thin ceramic restorations that are used to esthetically (and sometimes functionally) improve teeth. Veneers are usually used with front teeth that cannot be predictably helped with other approaches. (Click here to read more)


Dental Cleaning

Despite regular brushing and flossing, deposits of plaque and tartar (calculus) can accumulate on teeth and below the gum line. The presence of this buildup affects the health of teeth and gums. Left unchecked, gum disease can result. (Click here to read more)


Fillings

A filling is a dental restoration that can be used to correct a small to medium sized defect in a tooth. Such defects may include cavities, broken or worn teeth, or broken fillings. (Click here to read more)

Invisalign

Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without traditional braces. The system uses a series of clear, removable aligners to move your teeth to the desired position, improving the appearance and function of your smile. (Click here to read more)


Tooth Removal

Our dentists are equipped to provide a variety of oral surgery services. If a problematic tooth is found to be “unfixable” its removal may be recommended. If a tooth (or teeth) require removal, your dentists will review options for tooth replacement. (Click here to read more)


Inlays, Onlays, and ¾ Crowns

Inlays, Onlays, and ¾ Crowns are dental restorations that can be used to correct medium to large sized defects in a tooth. Such restorations are typically recommended when defects are too large or involved to be successfully fixed with a filling, but not extensive enough to require crowning.
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Root canals

A root canal is a dental restoration used to fill in the hollow central chamber (or chambers) within a tooth. Root canal treatment is recommended when a tooth problem has extended to the very depth of a tooth. (Click here to read more)

 
 

 
 

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