Our Dental Clinic on The Plateau Mont-Royal

Located in the heart of Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal, next to La Fontaine Park, the Centre Dentaire de Haute Technologie du Québec has been committed to excellence in dental care since 1982. To maintain a constant quality of dental services, we are always on the lookout for the latest technological developments. To this end, we are constantly equipping our facilities with state-of-the-art technology and frequently replace our equipment with the latest versions available.

In 1996, we introduced digital imaging and radiography. We were even among the first dentists in Canada to use only networked digital intraoral radiography! In the last 10 years, we have added a new treatment room and acquired the most recent and powerful versions of CEREC and 2D and 3D X-ray machines. We have also added the CariVu caries detection device, the Philips Zoom whitening system and the iTero Element camera to our array of technologies. With this, we are able to offer comfortable, accurate, safe and effective dental care and treatment to our Montreal clients!

Take advantage of our dental care on the Plateau in Montreal !

Come visit us at our Montreal dental clinic and entrust your oral health to our caring, well-trained and experienced dental care team. The staff at our Montreal dental center is able to properly assess your oral health and provide you with the most appropriate care for your situation. At our Plateau Mont-Royal dental clinic, we are here to serve you and make your dental experience as pleasant as possible. Take advantage of our expertise and get a wide range of dental care under one roof: general dentistry, root canal treatment, cosmetic dentistry, emergency care, etc.

Virtual tour of the clinic

Take a look at our Plateau Mont-Royal dental clinic. With our well-kept decor and comfortable premises equipped with the latest dental technology, you’ll feel at ease from the moment you arrive!

Our dentists and dental professionals

Our dentists are passionate about their profession. They regularly attend training courses to improve their knowledge of dentistry. Using the latest dental technology, our dental professionals at our Montreal dental center are able to offer services and dental care plans tailored to the needs of each patient.

We also count on the following professionals :

  • Dental hygientists: Sylvie, Rosalie, Lila, Eve, Kassopia and Isabelle;
  • Dental assistants: Hélène, Tammie, Véronique and Shirley;
  • Administrative staff: Carole, Jessica, Marie, Sylvie, Monique and Marie-Josée.

Do not hesitate to visit us in our dental clinic in Montreal and entrust your buccal health to our attentive dental care team.

Our technologies

  • 2D and 3D X-rays:used to refine the view of dental structures and abnormalities, digital X-rays can be observed without delay and are taken by a safe device that emits 90% less radiation than traditional X-rays.
  • CEREC: Thanks to this advanced technology, which we have been following for over 20 years, it is possible to perform a complete dental restoration in one appointment!
  • iTero digital impressions: this technology produces 3D images of the inside of the mouth that replace traditional impressions (with paste) in the planning of certain dental care and treatments.
  • Detection of cavities by laser: this is done with the DIAGNOdent Pen, a small device that emits a laser beam to identify cavities lodged in the pits and grooves of the teeth.
  • Detection of oral cancer: this is simplified by the use of the Velscope, a small, easy-to-use device that makes all potentially cancerous lesions visible. This allows for rapid detection, which increases the chances of a cure.
  • Growth Factor Rich Plasma (GFRP): extracted by centrifugation from a simple blood sample, the GFRP helps healing following implant placement, grafting (gum or bone) or extraction.
  • Intraoral camera: easy to handle, it produces images transmitted on a projection screen that can be directly modified (zoom, enlargement). It contributes to the diagnosis of diseases and their explanation to the patient.