Your Cloverdale General Dentistry Clinic

Digital X-rays

Utilizing the most advances technology possible is just as crucial as staying up to date on current dental treatment methods. Due to the fact that our Cloverdale dental practice, Brickyard Station Dental, is devoted to offering you treatment choices based on your needs, we make use of sophisticated digital X-ray innovation in our office. Digital X-rays provide numerous advances imaging alternatives to conserve time, supply clearer dental pictures and expose clients to less radiation than conventional X-ray innovation. At Brickyard Station Dental our focus is making your dental experience as comfortable as possible. At your next consultation, we’ll be happy to address any questions you may have. Contact us today!

Emergency Dental Care

If you are experiencing a Dental emergency situation, make sure to contact our office, Brickyard Station Dental, as quickly as possible. If you require instant attention after hours call our emergency contact number at (604) 805-2500.

While dental emergencies are uncommon, they can take place, and it’s crucial to know how to take care of your teeth no matter what. Typical dental emergency situations consist of:

  • Broken or cracked tooth/ teeth
  • Broken jaw
  • Long- term tooth knocked out
  • Object captured in between teeth
  • Extreme toothache

For more information on dental emergencies, contact our office today. We are happy to help!


Sometimes it can be absolutely necessary to get rid of a tooth. In some cases, a baby tooth has misshapen or long roots that avoid it from falling out as it should have, and the tooth has to be eliminated to make way for a permanent tooth to emerge. Other times, a tooth might have so much decay that it puts the surrounding teeth and jaw at further risk of even more decay. Our Dentist at Brickyard Station Dental might advise removal and replacement with a bridge or implant. Infection, orthodontic correction, or issues with a wisdom tooth can also call for the removal of a tooth. The root of each tooth is held within your jawbone in a “tooth socket,” and your tooth is held in that socket by a ligament. In order to extract a tooth, your dentist must expand the socket and separate the tooth from the ligament holding it in place. While this treatment is generally really fast, don’t forget to discuss any concerns or requests for sedation to make you more comfortable. As soon as a tooth has been extracted, surrounding teeth might move, triggering issues with chewing or with your jaw joint function. To avoid these complications, your Dentist might suggest that you replace the extracted tooth with an implant.


Traditional fillings consist of gold, porcelain, and composite. The strength and resilience of standard dental products make them useful in situations where restored teeth need to hold up against common issues that may arise from chewing, most frequently in the back of the mouth. Today’s newer dental fillings, or restoratives, include ceramic and plastic substances that resemble the look of natural teeth. These compounds, commonly called composite resins, are typically utilized on the front teeth where a natural look is essential, however they can also be used on the back teeth, depending upon the area and the degree of the dental cavity. Several elements influence the performance, toughness, durability and cost of dental restorations, and help to determine what type of filling is right for you, including:

  • The elements used in the filling material
  • The quantity of tooth structure remaining
  • Where and how the filling is put

Pediatric Dentistry

Your young one’s first visit to Brickyard Station Dental needs to be exciting and enjoyable. Children are not born with a natural worry of the dentist, but they can fear the unknown. Our workplace makes a unique effort to make use of pleasant, non-frightening, simple words to explain each treatment to all children. We want you and your family to feel at ease from the minute you enter our workplace. The more you find out about the first visit, the more at ease you will certainly feel.

The Canadian Dental Association recommends that children must see a dental professional by their very first birthday. It is very important that your child’s newly-erupted teeth (they typically appear at 6-12 months of age) receive proper dental care and correct dental health practices right from the start. Learning more about your teeth is fun!

Your children’s first primary, or “infant”, teeth will start to appear in between the ages of 6-12 months, and will continue to come in until about age three. When your child has finished teething, you can expect a total amount of 20 primary teeth!

These main teeth are lost at different times throughout youth, and their permanent teeth begin appearing at age 6, and continue until age 21. Grownups have 28 permanent teeth, 32 teeth including wisdom teeth. Children are at high risk for dental cavities for a simple reason—lots of children and teens do not practice regular, good dental hygiene habits. Appropriate brushing and flossing regimens incorporated with routine dental visits help keep tooth decay away.

Your child ought to come to our Surrey dental office every six months for routine dental cleanings and appointments.

Root Canals

In the past, if you had a tooth with a diseased nerve, you would most likely lose that tooth. Today, with a unique dental treatment called root canal treatment, your tooth can easily be conserved.

A tooth’s nerve is not necessary to a tooth’s health and function after the tooth has broken through the gum line. The only function it offers is a sensory one—to offer the feeling of hot or cold. The presence or absence of a nerve will certainly not affect the daily functioning of the tooth. When a tooth is broken or has a deep tooth cavity, bacteria can go into the pulp tissue and germs can trigger an infection inside the tooth. Without the proper treatment, your tooth might have to be removed; this is where a root canal from our office comes in. Teeth that need root canal treatment are not always in agonizing pain, although it can be one of the symptoms. Common signs you may need a root canal include extreme toothache, pain upon chewing or application of pressure, prolonged sensitivity or discomfort in response to hot and cold temperatures, a dark staining of the tooth, and/or swelling and inflammation in the neighbouring gums.

If you experience any of these signs and symptoms, contact our office at 604-574-7455 immediately.