8:00am – 5:00pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
10:00am – 7:00pm Tuesday
8:00am – 2:00pm Some Fridays and Saturdays, by appointment
Welcome to Dentistry-on-Bellevue! Dr. Rodney Shainbom is a family dentist in West Vancouver with the philosophy that the patient’s clinical needs come first, in addition to what they wish for in their smiles. He is highly experienced in all facets of cosmetic dentistry, and serving children and adults of all ages. Dr.Shainbom is keen on ensuring all patients have the best oral protection as they enjoy their athletic interests throughout the Lower Mainland of beautiful British Columbia!
To reserve your time with us, please call (604) 922-5711; fax is (604) 922-5722.
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to serving you and your dental health needs and will work with you to maintain your most vibrant, radiant smile!
Whether in beautiful West Vancouver, BC, or out on a family vacation, anyone of any age can lose one or more teeth at any time.
Whether you’re eight or eighty-eight, a fall can break your front teeth instantly. Large fillings can fail and if the tooth is too weak, it may have to be pulled. When missing teeth are not replaced, the remaining teeth can shift or rotate, changing the bite and making chewing painful and difficult. If the missing teeth are front teeth, embarrassment and self-consciousness result.
But most important, whenever a tooth is lost, the alveolar bone loses density and shape, causing indentations in the face where the bone used to be. Read more here.
Join The Zoom!™ Boom! A referral is not required for Zoom!™ Tooth Whitening. Please contact us to make an appointment.
What is Zoom!™ tooth whitening? Zoom! is an in-office tooth whitening process that lightens tooth discoloration. It is safe, highly effective, and fast. Your teeth may be whitened by up to ten shades in only one office visit.
What causes teeth to discolor? The most common cause is the consumption of beverages and products that have staining characteristics. These include tea, coffee, colas, red wine, dark berries, and tobacco products. Ageing, some medications, and excessive fluoride may also contribute to tooth discoloration.
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Oral Cancer refers to “cancer of the mouth”, but in actuality, the term includes cancers found not only in the mouth, but also involving the lips, nose, tongue, throat and neck. Over 42,000 new cases of oral cancer are diagnosed each year in the United States and 3,200 cases were diagnosed in Canada in 2007. However, in Canada, oral cancer now produces more cases of cancer than either cervical or ovarian cancer, and more deaths than from melonoma and cervical cancer. (Canadian Dental Association).
According to the American Cancer Society, oral cancer occurs almost as frequently as leukemia and claims almost as many lives as melanoma cancer. People 60 years and over are most at risk, but the number of cases is increasing in those under 40. Youth is no longer a protection, especially with the popularity of tanning salons and the use of smokeless tobacco.
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