Healthy teeth, beautiful smile

General and Family Dentistry

Personalized, gentle care
General Dentistry

Centre Dentaire Thimens offers complete dentistry services for all ages: kids to seniors.

Examination and diagnosis of the oral cavity

Includes teeth, gums, soft tissue and oral cancer check. Routine and panoramic digital x-rays when necessary.

Fluoride treatments

Applied on the teeth of children and young adults during their cavity prone years to increase resistance to decay.

Emergency dentistry

Treatment of pain or infection until a permanent treatment can be completed.

Teeth Cleanings

Removal of plaque and tartar from the teeth and under the gums.


Plastic resin bonded onto the chewing surface of permanent back teeth to prevent the onset of cavities in children and young adults.

Protective sport-guards

Athletes of all ages need to protect their teeth and jaws by wearing a soft rubber appliance that fits and covers their teeth to avoid against injury.

Composite tooth coloured and amalgam (silver)

Fillings to repair decayed or broken teeth.


A plastic appliance worn at night to protect against the effects of grinding.

Temporomandibular disorders (TMD)

Can result from strenuous physical activities, stressful situations, grinding of the teeth and overuse of the muscles. This can lead to head and neck pain and severe tooth wear. Other resulting symptoms include sensitive teeth, muscle soreness, jaw discomfort, difficulty opening and closing the mouth. TMD is treatable. A nighttime mouth guard will help stop the damage caused by patient’s teeth grinding.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a procedure where tooth-coloured resin is placed onto a tooth to restore or improve a patient’s smile. Dental bonding has many uses, such as:

  • Restoration of chipped, broken or decayed teeth
  • Reshaping a malformed tooth
  • Whitening discoloured teeth
  • Filling in gaps between the teeth

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Post Operative Instructions

Refrain from eating at least until the anesthesia has worn off.


Sensitivity, especially to cold, is common for a time following treatment. For the first few days or weeks avoid extremely hot or cold foods and beverages. It is normal to have discomfort in the gums around the tooth after the anesthesia wears off due to the procedure.

If your gums are tender, rinse with warm salt water, dissolving 1 teaspoon of salt in an 8 oz. glass of warm water. An analgesic such as Tylenol or Advil will help to increase your comfort.

The New Filling

After the placement of your new restoration, it may take a few days to get used to it. If your bite feels unbalanced, please be sure to call our office for an appointment for a simple adjustment.

Home Care

Although the treatment that was performed is quite durable, the underlying tooth is still vulnerable to decay, especially at the interface between the tooth and filling. It is important to resume regular brushing and flossing immediately. Daily home care and regulating your intake of sugar-containing foods and carbohydrates will increase the longevity of your new restoration.