Our Clinic Philosophy
Many things change in dentistry year by year. This may lead to a confusing array of options that may or may not meet your specific dental needs. Often times, treatment methods are marketed before they are thoroughly tested, leaving the dental consumer unsure as to what is right or wrong for optimum dental health.
It is important, that you know what dental treatments are available, the advantages and disadvantages of each option and allowing you to choose that treatment which suits your individual needs.
As your dental care providers, it is our primary role to use the resources at our disposal to guide you through different treatment options, so that we can generate a plan of action; to help your desired level of dental health and well being.
At Avonlea Dental Clinic; we believe in the strength of dental teamwork and are not reluctant to seek consultation from area specialists, medical and dental on your behalf and to work collectively with co-providers.
At the end of the day it is not about us but about you. Let us help you to achieve your dental goals.
"Make your smile the best it can be and visit Avonlea."
I have both a capable dentist with assistant, Who combine to provide a service consistent With a dental care for discomforts persistent, Given with remedial kindness to each patient!
Analgesic for pain, with conversation to gain, Attention that causes chair anxieties to wain, Even in the midst of one's tooth ache so plain, When attending to an oral health, in the main!
The hygienist, who may serve in Rick's stead, To alert to conditions of which she has read, And a knowledge which experience has bred, Serves as professional support for the 'head'!
He, being Rick of the Armed Services trained (Even welcoming pets, as an animal's friend!) His receptionist serving more than that end, For she also helps Rick, his work to attend!
The Avonlea Clinic, a great service provider, May also refer to an exceptional 'outsider!' When specialist services are made to order, And resources are not within Rick's 'larder!'
With a patient's mouth full of such oral pieces That provide protection until his work ceases, And removal relaxes a patient's brow creases, As well as one's clenching bottom that eases!
Out of the chair that supported that patient, The mouth a bit numb in a recovery duration, The smile and speech not for now admiration, But appreciation given like a great exaltation!
(Not only for Rick's skill and service provision, But the great relief of that chair's excision!)