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1505 Barrington Street, Level B1
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3K5
(902) 420-0001

Halifax Dentist - Cosmetic Dentistry Halifax - Direct Billing Dentist at Dr. Daniel Tam

Dental offices are often perceived in a negative light because of stereotypes around incognizant dentists and dental hygienists of someone’s dental anxieties or dental pains; even a dental office’s environment may not seem welcoming to most: there are needles, drills or weird sounds going on in someone’s mouth, while laying down vulnerable and conscious. It’s understandable and it should not be like that. This is why your most trusted, local Halifax dentist, Dr. Daniel Tam and his team of hygienists and dental assistants will do everything to make you feel comfortable, understood, and solve any dental problems you may have efficiently.

What makes us different?

Our renowned cosmetic dentistry in Halifax has been in the industry of making smiles beautiful and pain-free for more than a decade long. We offer everything and anything in providing relief with dental pains and healthy teeth: whether it be a root canal therapy for infected root pulps to teeth whitening for a whiter smile, we can do it for you. Using the latest technologies that Dentistry has to offer, Dr. Daniel Tam will customize a treatment in consultation with you in order to provide you with the smile that you always wanted.

At the dental office of Dr. Daniel Tam our passion is this: A healthy smile is a beautiful smile. Our dedicated team of dental professionals will help you attain the best dental health possible by listening to your dental needs intently and without judgement. We know some dentists and dental hygienists may overlook your needs for their own convenience, but not with us. We’re patient and kind. If you may need a minute to recoup before a treatment, we will give it to you. With a beautiful smile comes a beautiful relationship with your dentist and dental hygienist.

We also offer direct billing to your dental insurance companies, so you don’t have to worry about any unnecessary billing. We’ll gladly take it off your shoulders! Our commitment is to serve you at the utmost professionalism and friendliness. With that goal in mind, you can realize your own goals and dreams with your dental needs. We are all about a healthy and fulfilled life for you and your family. If you live in Halifax and need a dentist, please contact us or request an appointment!


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Cosmetic Dentistry Halifax - Direct Billing Dentist HalifaxAt Dr. Tam’s dental office in Halifax, we offer a variety of solutions in cosmetic dentistry to assist you in your desire to change the aesthetic of your mouth. Please view the services below, but also feel free to check out our services pages for a more in-depth look at what our Halifax dentist can offer you.Lumineers: A lumineer is a cosmetic procedure for permanently stained, chipped, discoloured, or even misaligned teeth. But working for more than just teeth, they can even recolour...

Teeth Whitening Halifax - Dentist in HalifaxWhy do your teeth stain?Poor oral hygiene can cause discoloured teeth as you are not cleaning your teeth properly. The food we consume such as beets, coffee, tea, wine, and sodas causes staining as they have pigmented residue that even good oral hygiene cannot fix its staining results. Additionally, our teeth will naturally yellow as we age, as well as, both cigarettes and chewing tobacco can contribute to discolored teeth. What is Teeth Whitening? Teeth whitening treatment is used if a patient...

Implant Restoration Halifax - Direct Billing Dentist in HalifaxIf you have a missing tooth in Halifax and would like to substitute it, a dental implant restoration may be appropriate for you. Implant restoration involves placing a titanium fixture into the jawbone in place of the missing tooth’s root. An artificial tooth (dental crown) is placed over the metal fixture to fill the gap in your mouth. Compared to conventional dentures and dental bridges, implants have superior stability for the substitute tooth because they are partially fused...

Porcelain Inlays/Onlays - Direct Billing Dentist in HalifaxComposite bonded fillings aren’t the only method to restore problematic teeth. Another option that your Halifax dentist provides to restore damage done by decay is through porcelain inlays / onlays. Besides being a method of strengthening weakened back teeth, porcelain inlays and onlays also fortify teeth that experience heavy chewing loads as well as those that have previously undergone dental procedures.When compared to other restoration options such as bonded fillings or dental...

Orthodontics & Orthopedics in HalifaxOrthodontics use a variety of oral appliances and methods to shift your teeth into a desired alignment and increase your overall oral health.You may just find them unattractive, but crooked teeth can cause a number of issues. Misaligned teeth can make it harder to brush or floss which increases your risk of oral health issues. They also make chewing more difficult, which can lead to increased pain in your jaw, neck, and shoulders. But not only this, they can affect your breathing and sleep patterns, which...

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