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General Dentistry Treatments in Fort Saskatchewan

Regular consultations with the dentist and the right dental care are essential to prevent serious oral health problems. Ross Creek Dental is here to provide patients with quality general dentistry treatments in Fort Saskatchewan.

Our dental practice has an experienced team and a friendly, hospitable environment. Whether you require checkups or simple procedures like dental cleanings and fillings, or even major treatments such as root canals and extractions, our qualified professionals have you covered with a range of solutions for broken and decayed teeth, gum diseases and more.

We keep you informed of the options available for your unique case, as well as help you with expert suggestions to maintain proper oral health for a bright and beautiful smile. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our services or book an appointment.

Complete Dental Care for Your Family

At Ross Creek Dental, our dental practitioners focus on oral hygiene and preventive care. We understand that every individual patient has unique needs and health risks, and provide personalized attention to prevent and treat disease. For a complete range of dental services for you and your family, schedule a visit to our modern dental practice.

Our General Dentistry Services

We offer the following general dentistry services in Fort Saskatchewan:

Comprehensive Exams

Do you feel a striking pain in your teeth or gums while chewing? We can conduct comprehensive dental exams to determine what might be causing the issue, and check for any anomalies like cavities, chipped crown, etc. Getting a dental check-up from us can help detect any oral problems and prevent them from festering right at the beginning.

Dental Implants

Dental implants can offer a substitute for your dental roots when your teeth go missing. They are highly durable and provide a more concrete solution to removable dentures. We can refer you to our dental specialist who can surgically place the implant into your jaw, before we place the final crown, to give you the most natural-looking smile! 

Dental Crowns and Bridges

If your tooth has lost its original shape and size, a dental crown can be placed as a “cap” to restore it. Crowns are highly durable, long-lasting, and provide added protection to your teeth. They can still be prone to tooth decay and require regular maintenance. You can choose from various materials that crowns are available in, including gold, porcelain, zirconia, etc.
Bridges act as a permanent and fixed substitute for missing teeth. Like crowns, they also come in various materials and can be placed by our dentists to suit your needs. Besides restoring your facial shape, bridges also help with regular speaking and chewing, getting that natural-looking smile, and stopping other teeth from shifting into the gap.

Root Canals

It is essential to get regular dental exams done to ensure that, if required, a root canal can be performed as soon as possible to prevent the tooth from decaying in its entirety since replacement and dental implants can turn out to be more costly.

Like the rest of our body, there are nerves present inside our teeth, and root canals are performed to remove decay or infection affecting those particular nerves. All the naturally occurring structures inside the tooth are extracted to eradicate all infections. That space is then filled with medicated material to restore and heal the tooth. 

Dental Extractions

While we always prefer to save a natural tooth, there are some cases where it's not possible. If a tooth is too badly damaged as a result of decay, gum disease or injury, your dentist may need to remove it. Your dentist can review tooth replacement options with you, such as dental crowns, bridges or implants.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt in the back corners of a normal adult mouth. If the wisdom teeth are causing problems for your oral hygiene, causing crowding or not growing in properly, your dentist may recommend removing them to help preserve your oral health.


Fillings are performed to treat parts of the tooth that have been affected by cracks, chips, decay, or to diminish any gaps between them. We use durable material that is coloured closely to that of your natural tooth to make it look as authentic as possible and last for more extended periods.


What is Dental Sedation?

Dental sedation involves a variety of techniques used to make patients more comfortable during dental procedures. Our dentists can help determine if a dental sedation option is right for you. 

At Ross Creek Dental Clinic, we make every effort to help patients feel relaxed and comfortable during their dental appointments. In addition to offering sedation options, we will provide calm reassurance as required, work at your pace, and take breaks when you need them.

Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)
Patients inhale nitrous oxide through the mouth and nose. The medication calms patients even though they remain awake and able to communicate. It also tends to reduce gag reflex, ease anxiety and make time pass more quickly.
Oral Sedation
Your dentist prescribes oral sedatives in liquid or pill form. The medication is taken orally in advance of a dental appointment. It leaves you awake for the procedure but produces a calming effect to relax you significantly.

IV Sedation Dentistry

IV Sedation works as a form of conscious sedation to help you feel relaxed and calm during your appointment. This method does not put you fully to sleep, but instead makes you less aware of your surroundings. You can still respond to verbal instructions and should not need help breathing. The dentist administers the sedation intravenously, which means through your vein. There are several benefits to IV Sedation: Works quickly and you feel minimal to no pain during the procedure, the dentist can monitor your vitals and adjust the sedation as needed, creates a period of amnesia so you won’t remember the procedure and it allows you to cooperate for an extended period of time, so your dentist can perform multiple procedures with only one appointment.

patient receiving sedation dentistry

For dental care, we use specific technology:

Digital x-rays


Use 90% less radiation
Give better-detailed images than the old-style x-rays
Use a small sensor to transmit images of your teeth to a computer
The image is available for viewing in seconds

Intraoral camera


Pen-sized camera that takes highly accurate photos of your teeth

Panoramic radiograph


Takes an image of your entire mouth and jaw from the front of your face

Cephalometric radiograph


Provides an image of the side of your face and skull
Very helpful in orthodontic treatment planning

Professional Affiliations

Alberta Dental Association & College

 Customized Dental Care

Let your bright and healthy smile make everyone’s day!

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