About Your Family Dentist
Kemptville and Kanata Dental Clinic
Yazdani Family Dentistry is revolutionizing the dental experience by providing the ultimate experience in patient care to all our clients. We know many people are afraid of the dentist, and we strive to make every client’s visit pleasant and enjoyable with:
- A comfort menu while you wait
- Drinks and snacks for your young ones
- Free toothbrushes on-site, so you can brush right before your appointment
- IV sedation for heavier procedures and those afraid of the dentist
- Sleep dentistry
- Electronic submissions for your dental insurance claims
- Extended hours on Tuesdays,Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays to accommodate a wider range of schedules
- ALL dental procedures available under one roof (including emergency dentistry, wisdom teeth removal, sedation dentistry, and cosmetic dental services)
- Innovative “Smiles on Us” Free day of dentistry program
- Over $180,212 of free dentistry given away
We Are Here To Make You Feel Like Family, Always!
At Yazdani Family Dentistry, we also believe organizations have a moral responsibility to have a real and positive impact on the community. After all, it’s the community that keeps us running day-to-day.
Yazdani Dental FAQ
What is sleep dentistry and who is it for?
For those that would rather suffer the pain of a toothache than visit a dental office, or for people who have serious anxiety about visiting a dentist, our Kanata and Kemptville dental clinics offer sleep dentistry. Sleep dentistry, also known as sedation dentistry, uses sedation for everything from a simple tooth cleaning to more intensive procedures.
Not all dentists have the training to use deep sedation to help patients relax, but our Yazdani Family Dental clinics in Kanata and Kemptville are happy to offer this service. We believe it’s important that even those most afraid of the dentist have the opportunity to get their teeth cleaned.
If you think sleep dentistry would help you on your visit, call our offices or fill out our online form to inquire about this service.
Do you accept families?
Yes! Both our Kanata and Kemptville dental clinics are family-friendly. If you are coming in with your children for a teeth cleaning, we offer snacks to young ones while they wait. We are also experienced at providing quality dental services and easing the anxiety of even our youngest patients.
When should I start bringing my child in for teeth cleanings?
We recommend that, as soon as you see teeth, you bring your child in for a cleaning and to make sure their teeth are strong and healthy. That means that your child should have visited the dentist at least once by their first birthday!
What if I have a dental emergency?
Both our Kanata and Kemptville dental clinics offer same-day appointments for Ontario residents. Whether you’re experiencing serious tooth pain, or you’ve chipped or broken a tooth, it’s important you get in touch with us as soon as you realize you need to make an emergency visit to the dentist. Visit our Emergency Dentistry page to learn more.
How often should I visit the dentist?
We recommend a standard cleaning service and checkup every six months. If you are experiencing severe tooth pain or bleeding in your mouth, it may be necessary to schedule an emergency dentist appointment.
Do you offer professional teeth whitening services?
Yes! A teeth whitening service in the office takes between 45 minutes and an hour for a brighter smile, and we can also create a customized teeth-whitening kit for you to take home. When using the take-home whitening kit, the treatment takes two weeks.
Where should I go if I need my wisdom teeth to be extracted?
You don’t have to go anywhere! At Yazdani Family Dentistry, we offer all kinds of tooth extractions including wisdom teeth removal. Inquire about booking a consultation with one of our wisdom teeth removal specialists when you contact us.
Do I need a fluoride treatment if fluoride is found in my water?
Yes! A topical fluoride treatment helps prevent cavities and strengthen tooth enamel while reducing tooth sensitivity, something that is especially important for adults with gum recession and a potential risk for tooth decay. It may not be necessary if your mouth is in good shape, but it provides many preventative benefits for the majority of adult mouths.