Square One Dental

Dental Services

*All services are provided by a general dentist.

A few of the many things we offer our patients are:

- Invisalign and Clear Aligner Therapy

- Gentle Dental Cleanings and Exams

- Tooth Coloured Fillings

- Crowns

- Bridges & Dentures

- Dental Implants

- Porcelain Veneers

- Periodontal Therapy

- Teeth Whitening

- Competitive Fees

-Direct Insurance Billing

- Complementary Downtown Parking

Our team of dental professionals are committed to providing our patients with individualized dental care and attention. Your dental hygiene is important to your overall well-being. Let us be a part of your healthy future.

Invisalign® Clear Aligners

Why Invisalign®

Sure, there are other options out there for straightening your teeth, but none offers the level of comfort, convenience and confidence that you'll find with clear aligner therapy. No matter what stage you're at in life, you'll appreciate how our cutting-edge approach to treatment has minimal interference in how you live, but has a significant positive impact on how you look and feel about yourself.

Brush, Floss and Botox®

Why visit Dr. Shellborn for Botox® Cosmetic and Therapeutic

Dentists are uniquely suited for providing Botox® treatment. Dentists are skilled at assessing the balance and overall esthetics of the face. They have had extensive training in the anatomy of the head and neck. And no matter what stage you're at in life, you'll appreciate how our cutting-edge approach to treatment has minimal interference in how you live, but has a significant positive impact on how you look and feel about yourself.

Teeth Whitening

In-Office and take home options are available

Teeth Whitening (or bleaching) is one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments today; it is one of the most commonly requested services by our patients. Tooth Whitening can change the colour of one’s teeth by several shades. Even subtle changes in tooth colour can take years off a person’s appearance.

When used under the supervision and instruction of the dental team tooth bleaching is safe and does not harm the teeth or gums. Bleaching is not a permanent solution to changing the shade of one’s teeth. It may require touch-up applications to maintain the desired shade. These touch-up intervals like the initial treatment will depend on the individual patient’s situation.

Crowns and Implant Crowns

Even severely damaged teeth can be restored with aesthetic ceramic crowns that are strong, healthy, and beautiful. When a tooth is damaged beyond the point where a regular filling will suffice to repair the tooth a crown is the treatment of choice.

Crowns are often recommended for endodontically treated (root canal) teeth as the tooth structure of these teeth is most often compromised. With the new generation of materials and bonding agents the structural integrity of the tooth is enhanced.

Advanced porcelains are now stronger than ever, and wear and perform with the similar attributes of a natural tooth. In addition, these materials require much less of the tooth structure to be removed during preparation of the crown, resulting in a much more conservative. These innovative materials are non-metallic eliminating the black or blue edge that would normally show at the border of the crown. Non-metallic crowns look very much like a perfect, natural tooth.

Crowns are often used for the same purpose as Porcelain Laminates or Veneers; sometimes the application of a crown is purely for cosmetic reasons. Crowns can also be recommended to refurbish a patient’s occlusion or bite that has been impaired due to tooth loss, tooth wear or tooth breakdown.

Bridges & Dentures - Replacing Missing Teeth

The best teeth are your own natural teeth. But sometimes, a tooth is badly damaged or lost. If a tooth is lost, it is important to replace it with an artificial tooth as soon as possible. This will prevent the teeth that are left from drifting out of line and possibly causing jaw problems.

Teeth that are out of line are harder to clean and are more likely to get periodontal disease (gum disease) and cavities. If one or more of your teeth are missing, the dentist may suggest replacing your missing teeth with a bridge or a denture. If you need to have a tooth (or teeth) replaced, we will explain the best options for you so that you can attain the smile you deserve.