Centre Dentaire Olympique
Quality Dental Care
Centre Dentaire Olympique
Helping thousands of people achieve a perfect smile
Cutting-edge Technology
Invisible Orthodontic Appliances
We use the latest technologies to care for your teeth
Beaconsfield West Island
Comprehensive Dental Care!
Your path to a new, dazzling smile
Over 30 Years of Dental Excellence

Montreal Dental Services

Centre Dentaire Olympique

With over 30 years of experience in dental and orthodontic treatments, Centre Dentaire Olympique in Beaconsfield is proud to offer a professional team of dentists, hygienists, a periodontist, and an orthodontic specialist.

We use a wide range of products that allow us to shorten treatment times while helping patients enjoy the lasting benefits of good oral hygiene.

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What We Offer

Our Services


Diagnosis and treatment of malocclusions
and tooth irregularities

General Dentists and
Urgent Dental Care

We provide a wide range of preventive, diagnostic,
and treatment services to maintain oral health.

Cosmetic and
Functional Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on the appearance of teeth and improving a person's smile

Dedicated Dental Team

Our administrative and clinical team is unmatched. They are experienced, highly qualified, friendly, and intuitive to your needs, making your visits efficient.

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1.How often should I see my dentist?

For most people, it is recommended to visit the dentist every six months for routine check-ups and cleanings. However, individual needs may vary. Some may require more frequent visits due to specific oral health issues or higher risk factors, while others with excellent oral health may need less frequent appointments. Consulting your dentist is essential to determine the best schedule based on your unique oral health condition and any concerns you may have.

Regular dental check-ups are crucial for maintaining oral health as they allow dentists to detect and address potential issues early, preventing them from becoming more serious problems. These check-ups include examinations for cavities, gum disease, oral cancer, and other dental problems. Additionally, routine cleanings help remove plaque and tartar, reducing the risk of cavities and gum disease.

Healthy teeth should not have any pain, sensitivity, or visible damage such as cracks or chips. They should have a uniform color without dark spots or discoloration. Gums should appear pink, firm, and not bleed when brushing or flossing. Additionally, fresh breath indicates good oral health. Regular dental check-ups, usually every six months, can confirm the state of your oral health, address any concerns, and provide professional cleaning to maintain good oral hygiene.

Improving oral hygiene involves brushing your teeth regularly with a fluoride toothpaste twice a day, flossing daily to remove plaque between teeth, and using mouthwash to kill bacteria. Maintain a balanced diet, limiting sugary and acidic foods that can contribute to tooth decay. Drink plenty of water to wash away food particles and bacteria. Finally, schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings every six months to prevent and address any potential oral health issues.

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