Family Dentistry

The Importance of Having a Family Dentist

Good oral health is an important component that contributes to the overall health of you and your family. At the Miller Center, you will find a group of highly-knowledgeable and caring team members who are equipped with industry-leading dental technology to meet the needs of each of your family members. Ultimately, providing you and your family with the confidence that only comes with a healthy smile.

We specialize in family care.

From braces to dentures, we are here to tackle the needs of all your family members.

Preventative and Routine Care

Each family member should be visiting us once every 4 to 6 months. Preventative dentistry is essential to oral care and plays a significant role in your overall health and well-being. Ongoing hygiene procedures and daily routines prevent tooth decay and other dental complications and diseases. We are here to help with:

  • Routine Exams
  • Gum Therapy
  • Fluoride
  • Sealants
  • Night Guards  

Restorative Dentistry

During your dental examination our knowledgeable team will use their dental expertise and the top technology in the industry to put you at ease while diagnosing your oral health. At the Miller Center we provide a variety of restorative treatments including:

  • Tooth Coloured Fillings
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Crown & Bridge
  • Dental Implants
  • Partial & Complete Dentures

Questions & Answers

What should I expect as a new patient at The Miller Center?

As a new patient, you can expect a caring and professional staff who is ready to service you and your family with all of your dental needs. Patient comfort and convenience is important to us. We offer convenient appointment options with the goal of keeping wait times to a bare minimum. Plus, we use the latest dental technology for your diagnosis and treatment to provide care that is safe and minimally invasive.

How often should I get my teeth cleaned?

Healthy teeth and gums involves more than just brushing and flossing. A dental cleaning should be booked once every 4 to 6 months to monitor any changes, keep on top of cavities, and to receive a professional cleaning.

What causes cavities?

A cavity is a hole in your tooth which gets bigger with time. It's important to get cavities repaired before they become more serious or lead to infection. Cavities are caused by bacteria and dental plaque and made worse by sugary or acidic foods and drinks.

How often should I have my teeth cleaned?

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Why is gum health so important?

Your mouth isn't just your teeth. It's a whole system including teeth, tongue, gums, joints, bone and more. When one aspect of your oral health suffers, your whole mouth suffers. Swollen, itchy, sore or bleeding gums can be an early indicator of a much more serious problems. It’s important to have a family doctor to help monitor your oral health as you age.

What is a filling?

Fillings are used to prevent a cavity from further damage and decay and returns a tooth to its normal strength and function. There are several types of fillings that your dentist will asses before deciding which is best for you.

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What Our Patients Are Saying

Christina V.

“My family goes to The Miller Center regularly. Dr.Miller and his staff are wonderful and very helpful in explaining any potential issues. I highly recommend this clinic.”

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