Ajax Valley Dental

Dental Specialties in Ajax, ON

Dental Specialties Near You

Our dentists are experienced professionals, but there are some dental cases that require the expert advice of a dental specialist, such as an endodontist, a periodontist, or an oral surgeon. At Ajax Valley Dental , we work in partnership with a select group of dental specialists to provide quality dental care for all our patients.


An endodontist is often referred to as a “root canal specialist” or “soft tissue specialist.” Their field of study is the tooth’s pulp, which is the soft tissue that reaches from the center of the tooth down into the gums, protecting the nerves of the tooth inside the root canal. Our dentists at Ajax Valley Dental often perform routine root canal procedures, but we’ll refer you to our trusted specialist if your case is more complex or needs a second opinion.

Oral Surgery

Most dental procedures that are performed in-house by our experienced dentists are routine. However, when our dentists diagnose a complex condition, an expert oral surgeon will be called in either as a consultant or you’ll be referred to their office. At Ajax Valley Dental , we only work with dental specialists we know and trust to ensure our patients get quality dental care.


At Ajax Valley Dental , we provide a range of routine dental procedures that fit the lifestyles of our patients. When specialized care is required, we’ll consult with our partner experts to ensure quality care is provided for all cases. We work with qualified periodontists who can diagnose and treat gum disease and gum conditions, including periodontitis and gingivitis.


There are a variety of procedures to realign teeth that suffer from underbite, overbite, crossbite, spacing issues or other such problems. Traditional orthodontics refers to the well-established methods of straightening the teeth and jaw. It focuses most specifically on the use of dental braces.


How Do Braces Work?

Braces move the teeth using wires that are connected to each tooth. When the wire is pulled tight, it slowly puts pressure on the teeth. This pressure creates a very slow and continuous movement.

How Invisalign Treatment Works

Unlike traditional braces that are adhered to the teeth, Invisalign aligns the teeth using clear plastic aligner trays that can be easily removed from the mouth.

Invisalign is a treatment that typically requires a series of aligner trays to be created and used throughout the treatment plan. This way, the aligners can slowly shift your teeth into the correct position. It also allows your doctor to shift the teeth in a timed order that will achieve the best overall results.


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