DDS Dental has been proudly serving the Kitchener area for over 65 years, offering a number of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic services. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care you deserve!
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Thanks so much for all the help you've given me lately. I appreciate the times you've stayed late or squeezed me in at the last minute, and often at no charge!
I hope we will both see the end of this dental dilemma soon!
Thank you so much for taking time out of your relaxing Saturday to come to the rescue of Max and his wandering tooth!
Your kindness, professionalism, and humour made a scary moment bearable, and we are all very grateful for your mad dental skills!
You continue to impress me with your outstanding dental abilities. My latest work is fantastic. Thanks for being this grey hair's dentist!
I just wanted to say thank you for what you did for me today. I never realized how horrible it is not to be able to have a choice about what you eat. Thank you for my bite.
I am in your debt, and promise to pay it forward. You are truly a dentist with a heart, as are your colleagues.
Thank you for being understanding, coming in on a Saturday and helping me with my tooth.
I wanted to thank you both for your outstanding service dealing with my problematic tooth. You and your staff really made me feel taken care of more importantly reassured. I will be sure to recommend your practice to friends and colleagues.
At Diefenbacher Donovan Sieber Dental, we feel it is important to give back to our community and local organizations
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, call our office right away - we will see you as soon as possible. Here is what you should be doing until your next appointment.
To ease the pain, take an over-the-counter pain medicine that works for you, but do not put the pills on your sore tooth. Hold an ice pack against your face at the spot of the sore tooth.
Please call us and explain what happened, and we will see you right away. If it's a small break, a white filling may be used to fix the tooth. If the damage is more involved, a root canal may be needed. Your tooth may also need a crown (also called a cap).
If the knocked-out tooth is an adult (or permanent) tooth, your dentist may be able to put it back.
If the tooth looks clean, put it back in its place (its socket). If this is not possible, or if there's a chance that the tooth might be swallowed, put it in a cup of saline.