Educational Videos on Dental Procedures
Are you thinking of having some dental work done but don’t know where to start? With Dr. Sheila Dobee’s educational videos on dental procedures can help. She explains some of the most common dental procedures in plain English with lots of helpful graphics. Because she makes them easy for you to understand, you can make informed decisions about your oral health. in the videos below. Additionally, each video is accompanied by a short Q & A session to further clarify the procedure.
Every single dentist on the team at Your Caring Dentist are well versed in the procedures they are scheduled for, and you can rest easy knowing more about it with these videos.
Options for Missing Teeth: Bridges, Flexible Partial Dentures, and Implants
Are you missing some teeth and want to restore your smile? If so, you have three options, which include bridges and flexible partial dentures as well as implants.
Cavities and Non-Toxic Fillings
Here, at Your Caring Dentist, we don’t use any toxic materials in our fillings. Because our fillings are free from mercury and other toxins, they keep you healthier.
Crowns (Before and After)
If you have a tooth that is broken, chipped, or has a large filling, a crown can restore it to normal.
More Educational Videos
All About Root Canals
Dr. Sheila Dobee explains how root canals work and clears up some misconceptions about them. Root canals used to be very painful. But now, thanks to modern technology, Your Caring Dentist makes them pain-free.
Brighten Your Smile with Veneers
If you have discolored teeth or irregular spacing between them, veneers can brighten your smile. Take a look to find out more about how veneers can change your perspective on flashing those pearly whites.
Removing Wisdom Teeth
Dr. Sheila Dobee talks about how technology and their excellent team of dental professionals make removing wisdom teeth as easy and comfortable as possible. You know that you’re getting the best care, and the best dentist when you book an appointment with any doctor here.