Children begin to get their baby teeth during the first 6 months of life. By age 6 or 7 years, they start to lose their fist set of teeth, which eventually are replaced by secondary, permanent teeth. Without proper dental care, children face possible oral decay and disease that can cause a lifetime of pain and complications.
The most common types of sedation dentistry include..
Is it a Dental Emergency?
Smoothing a chipped tooth, re-cementing a crown that is not causing pain and composite bonding to repair a tooth are not dental emergencies. Typically, such problems can be dealt with our regular office hours.
We strive to focus on your oral health goals and try to make a lifetime dental strategy that fits your lifestyle and budget. Our team of professionals has a universal positive attitude that is client-centred. It is our goal to impress our patients with our thorough approach to their care, particularly in the formulation of their lifetime strategy for oral health that is compatible with their individual needs and goals.
“I WAS AFRAID OF HAVING DENTAL WORK DONE! Not any more ? I have been a patient of Dr. Hanson’s for over a year now. He is great! Dr. Hanson knows my fears and explains everything he is doing before he does it. He has been gentle and professional in all he has done. The rest of his staff that I have had dealings with are professional and kind. I drive 2 hours to get my dental work done. It is well worth the trip as when I leave Hanson Dentistry I am always satisfied. I would highly recommend Hanson Dentistry.”
“My family has been seeing Dr. Hanson for more than 19 years. We are very happy with the service that he provides. He is very gentle and friendly with people of all ages. He has taken many continuing education courses, which allows him to offer the most current treatment options available as well as a variety of options for different situations. Highly recommend!”