Dental Anesthesia & Dental Vibe

With new technologies the pain and discomfort associated with dental visits may become a thing of the past. Now millions of people who fear going to the dentist may have a new reason to smile.

Technological ServicesDental Anesthesia

With new technologies the pain and discomfort associated with dental visits may become a thing of the past. Now millions of people who fear going to the dentist may have a new reason to smile.

Technology In Dentistry

With the advent of modern technology in dentistry, both patient and dentists have something to smile about.


High Tech Intraoral Camera

The biggest benefit of using high-tech imaging is that the patient can actually see what the dentist is describing.

Multimedia Education

Dental patients have turned into savvy dental consumer who wants to be part of any treatment decision. And dentists have had to become patient educators.

Dental Vibe

A wonderfull new tool invented in the united states by a dentist is the dental vibe.

This is the first product to use a vibration to diminish nerve sensation and block the painfull stimulis of dental injections. The dental vibe is available for use particularly if you are nervous about getting a dental needle or just quite sensitive.

This could be the perfect dental solution for you. See the video below to see how it works.

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How long has Oakville Place Dental Office been in existence and how long have Dr. Solomon and Dr....

Dr. Solomon and Dr. Kazdan both grew up in Toronto and were classmates who graduated from the University of Toronto Dental school in 1990. After this, they each associated in the Greater Toronto Area for three years before establishing Oakville Place Dental Office in 1993. They’ve enjoyed practicing in the Oakville area for almost 25 years, and have had some patients for well over 20 years!

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