Your dentist in St-Jerome

A dental clinic where the patient is at the heart of our concerns! Take care of your oral and dental health with a complete team of specialists who are dedicated to the needs of your whole family.

Keeping patients at the heart of our practice!

Our team of dentists in St-Jérôme provides multidisciplinary care for your overall oral and dental health, within an establishment that welcomes practitioners of recognized competence in a variety of fields such as general dentistry, dental surgery, prosthodontics, dental implants, periodontology, endodontics or orthodontics.

In addition to the professionalism of our specialists, we firmly believe that the health and well-being of our patients also depend on a dedicated team alongside high quality care using proven technologies.

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Services offered

Sourire Concept Dental Center offers a complete range of dental services for you and your whole family’s needs such as: general dentistry, dental surgery, CEREC, crowns and bridges, dental implants, treatment of gum disease, cosmetic dentistry (veneers, teeth whitening, smile makeover), orthodontics (Invisalign), denturology and emergency dental services. Schedule an appointment with one of our dentists in St-Jérôme for a pleasant experience, in a friendly environment.

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More than 40 years at your service!

It is by offering our most courteous and professional services, attentive listening and specially adapted dental care that we were able to build a solid reputation in the dentistry field as well as with our patients. 

Since Sourire Concept Dental Center provides you with a team of qualified specialists, you can entrust the dental and oral health of your family to our dentists in St-Jérôme with complete peace of mind! 

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Frequently Asked Questions

It is recommended to visit your dentist every 6 to 9 months. Obviously, the frequency of visits will also depend on your specific and unique needs. Throughout your life, you will probably need to consult on a regular or more frequent basis, depending on your condition. It is for this reason that our dentists in St-Jérôme carry out a complete dental and oral examination at each visit. This way, we are able to detect any problems quickly and establish a plan to efficiently prevent them.

We advise all of our patients to brush their teeth a minimum of twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. To prevent the development of bacteria and gum disease (periodontitis), it is necessary to floss on a daily basis. Since the use of only a toothbrush fails to clean certain areas that are more difficult to access, regular flossing becomes the best way to properly clean between the teeth and very close to the gums.

At Sourire Concept, we pay particular attention to our youngest patients in order to make their experience pleasant and painless. A child’s first dental assessment is around a year or six months after the first teeth appear. Our dentists in St-Jérôme advise visiting us before a dental problem arises. This allows the child’s experience to be fun, and in turn will reduce their fears of returning to the dentist in the future.

Yes and no! From adolescence until the required time, we analyze the location of your wisdom teeth. Thanks to panoramic X-rays, we are able to follow their evolution, their position, and much more. This will allow the dentist to determine whether or not it is necessary to remove them for clinical reasons. Your dental specialist will be able to tell you when it would be best to proceed with the procedure as well as the problems that could arise if you decide to keep them instead.

It is possible that you may be putting too much pressure on your teeth when brushing. First and foremost, you must try to brush less hard, and as little as possible directly on your gums. 

If you do not floss regularly, your gums may be damaged or have bacteria lodged which can lead to bleeding. We recommend that you visit one of our dentists in St-Jérôme to establish a treatment plan that will be personalized to your specific condition, and then floss regularly to alleviate this problem. 

Finally, your dentist will schedule a next appointment with you to monitor the progress of the situation and make sure that gingivitis does not set in.

You have more questions?

Contact us now at 450-436-5666 or by email!

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