Welcome to Hamilton Mountain Dental Group, where we provide a wide range of dentistry services to every member of your family.
Our Hamilton dentists are here to ensure your teeth remain as healthy and strong as ever because, when it comes down to it, our team cares about your oral health as much as you do.
So, if you’re worried about your smile, we have the services and experience necessary to help you gain your confidence back. In fact, you’ll have everyone in Hamilton turning their heads in awe!
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We’re currently accepting new patients at our Hamilton dental office at 79 Rymal Rd. W. and we’re here for all your family’s dental needs. We provide quality services to patients of all ages, from toddlers and kids to adults and seniors, our wide range of comprehensive dental care services are strictly meant to help you improve your oral hygiene routine and overall health.
If you’re currently searching for a new Hamilton dentist that offers family dentistry services, preventive care, orthodontics and restorative and cosmetic dentistry services, you’ve come to the right place.
Located in the heart of Hamilton, Ontario, our Hamilton Mountain Dental team looks forward to hearing from you and assisting you in filling out a New Patient Form.
Since patient care is our number one priority, we ensure you’re comfortable as soon as you step foot in our office doors. We understand not everyone enjoys going to the dentist, and that’s okay. But that’s why we want you to feel at ease. From being greeted with friendly smiles from our caring receptionists to waiting in our comfortable and modern seating area, you’ll feel as though you’re at a spa, not a dental office!
We want your smile to reflect who you really are through every stage of life. Your dental care needs can all be completed at Hamilton Mountain.
No matter your specific dental needs, our Hamilton Mountain staff are here for you. We’re local, friendly, and highly experienced.
We always keep our office well-equipped with modern tools and equipment to maximize comfort and customer experience.
What a great experience at the dental office. I am nervous dental patient and don’t like the dentist much. Century Stone Dental office is a warm and friendly environment. I am so impressed with the customer service, not to mention my dental hygienist Julie is wonderful. She truly cares about her patient’s health and goes abov and beyond to make me feel relaxed and comfortable. A big plus is that she is funny and makes me laugh a lot. So happy I found this place.
Yes! Our Hamilton Mountain office is located at 79 Rymal Rd. W. in Hamilton, Ontario and we always look forward to welcoming new patients to our practice. Call us today to book an appointment for you and the rest of your family and find out how to download and fill out a New Patient Form.
Flossing should be done once a day after brushing, whether in the morning or at night. Without flossing regularly, tartar buildup can begin irritating your gums and eventually lead to early signs of gingivitis.
Unless you suffer from tooth sensitivity or have gum disease, teeth whitening is safe both in-office or by using our high-quality take-home kits. There are a few different whitening methods dentists use, but we use efficient and safe bleaching methods. Excessively using teeth whitening toothpaste or over-the-counter teeth whiteners can, over time, cause tooth sensitivity by wearing down your enamel.
We recommend bringing your toddler in for their first dentist appointment before their first birthday. When their first teeth start appearing, they should be looked after as soon as possible in order to reduce their chances of experiencing tooth decay.
X-rays do emit cancer-causing radiation, but the risk is very small. Since we’re dedicated to ensuring patients feel as comfortable as possible in our office, we’ve stocked up on Shick 33 Hughes x-rays that are safer, quicker, and reliable in producing high-quality images of your teeth while reducing your risk of radiation. X-rays are an important part of your dental exams to determine the state of your teeth or catching potential issues early.
No, this isn’t true. The pain you experience before a root canal is much greater than what you experience during and after the procedure. Just like after any dental procedure, you’re likely to feel some discomfort for the next few days, but this should subside. Root canals are meant to provide relief, not cause more pain! An infected tooth is very painful, but once that infection is removed, you’ll feel better than ever before.