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Dental Hygiene and Prevention

Complete Exams, Recall exams, Cleanings, Scalings, Sealants


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Dental Emergencies

Specific Dental Exams and X-rays if necessary


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Family Dentistry

Complete Dental Care for Children and Adults


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Our team

  • Dr. Christine Nguyen-Khac

    General Dentist, D.M.D

  • Mélissa Provencher

    Dental Secretary

  • Katerina Stefanatos

    Dental Assistant/ Dental Receptionnist

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About

Dr. Nguyen-Khac started working on the Plateau in 2005. The Aux Petits Soins Dentaires dental office saw its beginnings on St-Joseph Boulevard and moved to St-Laurent Boulevard in the Fall of 2011. The clinic was completely redrawn and renovated. New and modern installations were placed there such as digital radiography, panoramic radiography, intra-oral camera, motorized endodontic system and a sterilization center of high standard. Already ten years since its beginnings, the Montreal dental clinic offers the best attentive dental care to young and old.

 

 

News

November 15, 2015

Diabetes and dental care

Dr Christine Nguyen-Khac

You know someone suffering from diabetes? And you wonder if their condition has any effects on their oral health? The answer is yes. Studies have established that people who suffer from diabetes are more at risk of gum disease and caries. When the blood sugar level isn’t controlled, medication and metabolic alterations can diminish the […]

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November 15, 2015

I am pregnant… can I go to the dentist?

Dr Christine Nguyen-Khac

Pregnancy is a time of joy, but frequently accompanied by physical and hormonal changes. People often ask me if it’s possible to get dental treatments when pregnant. Certainly! Most pregnant women are healthy, although their pregnancy may lead to many metabolic and physiologic changes. So healthy pregnant women can safely receive most dental treatments if […]

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November 15, 2015

Is the Tooth Fairy feeling the inflation lately?

Dr Christine Nguyen-Khac

Since 2009, Visa has been surveying American parents to track the average amount left by the Tooth Fairy per lost baby tooth. Long gone are the days where the Tooth Fairy used to leave a few cents per lost tooth under a pillow. She’s become quite generous! From 2009 to 2013, the surveys show continuous […]

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