About Our Regina Dental Clinic
Our Northwest Regina dental clinic is located in Rosemont, and are currently welcoming new patients of all ages.
As general dentists we assess, provide treatment and instruction for the youngest of children to adults in our new modern dental clinic.
We also welcome patient referrals of your family and friends, as our family and friends are the foundation of our business. We want your experience to be genuine with trust in our professionals and you are treated as we wish to be treated. We practice all general aspects of dentistry including check-ups, cleanings, fillings, extractions, crowns, bridges, implants, veneers, root canal therapy, whitening, aligners, guards and prosthetics. We work with an extensive network of healthcare practitioners, laboratories, physicians, and dental specialists to ensure you receive optimal oral care. We are members of the Canadian Dental Association and the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan.
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5010 4th Ave.
Regina, SK S4T 0J6
About Our Dental Team
Come visit Dr. Sungho Jun and his associate Dr. Min Dong and the dental team at Rosemont Dental Clinic. We are a part of the Canadian Dental Association, and are located in North West Regina. We strive to quickly accommodate appointments and will always accept emergency patients. We serve everyone from children to seniors; with knowledge, compassion, and personalized care.
Our experienced dental team will provide detailed advice for keeping your smile healthy. This includes dietary recommendations, specialized oral hygiene products, and brushing techniques.
At Rosemont Dental Clinic we provide general dentistry services, but we have a network of industry connections for other dental services which include: specialist for oral surgery, orthodontic care, as well as periodontal concerns. Call or stop in to make an appointment with us today.
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About Rosemont Dental Clinic
At Rosemont Dental Clinic, we pride ourselves in providing complete dental services. Located in Northwest Regina, in the Rosemont Shopping Centre. We welcome both new and emergency patients. Our experienced dental team will work with patients of all ages to establish a customized dental plan to obtain maximum oral health.
Dr. Jun welcomes you to Rosemont Dental Clinic in Regina! Please give us a call with any questions, we’re always happy to help!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Following your dental cleaning, you can expect clean teeth, fresh breath, and an attractive smile. Dental cleanings are painless, and usually take less than 45 minutes. During your cleaning, our dentists will scrape off any plaque on your teeth, and then clean and polish your teeth to remove bacteria biofilm on and between your teeth. We may also provide a fluoride treatment if it seems that your teeth are at a higher risk for tooth decay.
The Canadian Dental Association recommends that both children and adults receive a professional teeth cleaning and exam twice a year. Patients with a history of periodontal disease or another recurring oral disease or condition may require more frequent treatments.
You should brush your teeth in the morning and before you go to bed, or after each meal. You should also floss daily, and rinse with an anti-bacterial mouthwash. This will help keep your teeth and gums healthy between dental cleanings.
Remember to change your toothbrush every 2-3 months, and avoid using hard-bristled toothbrushes, and this can cause tooth sensitivity and promote bleeding gums.
If you are experiencing dental pain, contact our dentists. Waiting could make the problem worse, and early treatment is always easier to perform, less invasive, and less expensive.
Dental cleanings keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy, and help you avoid paying for expensive dental procedures in the future. For example, when gum disease is left untreated, you may require deep cleaning (scaling and root planing), gum grafting, bone grafting, or a tooth replacement.
The human mouth is full of bacteria. Some forms of bacteria are beneficial to your oral health, while some can be extremely damaging. When harmful bacteria accumulate on your teeth, they release acids that erode dental enamel and inflame the gums, causing tooth decay, periodontal disease, discolouration, and tooth loss. Other oral diseases may also develop as a result of these conditions. Practicing good oral hygiene at home and receiving regular dental cleanings help to remove harmful bacteria, plaque, and tartar from your mouth and keep your teeth and gums healthy.