We all know that times have been tough. But Kingstonians did a great job. Big thumbs up.
We are all very excited to share the news that Dentistry at Kingston has been awarded
Also, Dr. BAINS has been awarded BEST DENTIST IN KINGSTON.
The contest was held by CommunityVotes Kingston. We are so thankful to our clients who voted for us. We are humbled by the appreciation. We always strive to bring the best Experience each time for all our clients. We have an amazing team of hygienists, assistants and front desk staff.
We assure you that we will work hard to maintain this position. We love to create and spread amazing smiles.
Our extensive dental training and experience allows us to understand and provide a wide range of smile solutions. We believe in creating the smile our patients are looking for using progressive dental techniques and technology.
Thank you for your confidence in our services, and for sending your friends, family and colleagues our way!
The staff of Dentistry @ Kingston look forward to hearing from you and meeting you personally.
If you're missing one or more teeth and would like to fill the gap with the most natural-looking, comfortable solution possible, you'll be interested in hearing about dental implants.
If you have healthy gums and bones but are missing one or more teeth and are looking for a natural-looking replacement, or if you currently wear dentures that are uncomfortable or don't fit as securely as you would like, please come in and ask us to explain all of the tooth replacement options available to you. We think you'll be amazed at how modern technology now allows you to have a natural looking, natural-feeling replacement tooth or teeth.
If you’re one of the millions of people who have been avoiding regular dental visits due to extreme anxiety about an anticipated dental procedure, we have some great news for you. Our office is offering oral sedation. Even though you are not technically asleep during your dental visit, patients describe the experience as seeming to be asleep, which means that they don’t feel or remember the dental procedures, and also have no recollection of the sounds or smells of the dental office, both of which are top triggers for dental fear.