CDI – Canadian Digital Imaging




Here, we provide:

  • Green cascading plants
  • Plenty of sunlight
  • A hint of essential oils (or none at all)
  • Comfy blankets
  • Your choice of music
  • A healing, energetic touch that will leave you feeling calm and your teeth looking great!

We are committed to providing quality dental hygiene services, 3D imaging and intra oral scanning.

We can send correspondence letters and imaging to your dentist and referrals to specialists as needed.



Make an Appointment

Book an appointment through email or phone call.

Meet our dental hygienist.

Helping you on your journey to a higher level of health.

Jenna has worked as a hygienist for 10 years and prior to that, she was a dental assistant at a periodontal office.  She has experience with clear aligner therapy, treatment planning, whitening teeth and takes great interest in living a healthy lifestyle. 

Acquire records including a 3D image and begin cleaning!

We use state of the art innovative imaging and software to help us discover and diagnose your dental problems.

Oral hygiene affects your overall health. A dental hygienist helps you keep your mouth healthy.

In addition to traditional hygiene service, we strive to use 3D imaging as necessary to educate the client about their own specific anatomy and inform them about the importance of prevention, nutrition, and supplementation in maintaining optimal oral health.

Did you know...

80% of the brain is dedicated to the mouth which involves eating and drinking, breathing, communicating, kissing. So it is very important to keep it in optimal health.


Just like the ocean, the mouth can be polluted. And when the good bacteria are eliminated, then dental disease can run rampant affecting not only the teeth and mouth but also the sinuses and the gut.

Prodentim is a product that can help restore the balance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Regular visits to a dental hygienist can help improve your tooth and oral health while also increasing your overall life quality. Dental exams and cleanings help to:
Prevent tooth decay
• Protect against gum disease and tooth loss
• Eliminate halitosis
• Give you a healthier-looking smile

While your teeth may look okay from your end, issues can be ongoing without you realizing it. Some oral health complications also are not detectable by the naked eye. By visiting a hygienist and having a more in-depth examination, you ensure that everything is actually progressing well.
A thorough hard and soft tissue is essential to prevent and maintain areas of the oral cavity.​

We highly recommend you maintain daily dental care habits in order to optimize your oral health. Here are several steps you should be taking:
Brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss or use an interdental aid at least once.
Employ toothpaste with fluoride and consult with a hygienist to see if you should be using a fluoride rinse as well.
Minimize the amount of high-sugar foods in your diet, which can cause greater plaque buildup as well as tooth decay.
Schedule regular dental hygiene exams to get more thorough cleanings and identify potential oral health issues earlier on.
A thorough hard and soft tissue is essential to prevent and maintain areas of the oral cavity.​

Every 3,6,9,12 months depending on your oral health needs.

Cavities are formed as a result of unchecked tooth decay, where spots in the enamel are worn away, destroying the tooth structure. Tooth decay happens when the teeth are exposed to sugars and starches, and the bacterial plaque on the teeth secrete acids as a response. These acids eat away at the enamel and can tear it down entirely if not taken care of.

Upon a thorough assessment of the oral cavity, we evaluate all areas of the soft and hard tissues. If we see any areas of concern, we would refer you to a dentist or specialist for further diagnosis and assessment.

Plaque is a soft, sticky bacterial coating that forms on your teeth. When it comes into contact with the sugars and starches from your food and drink, this bacteria then secretes acids that can eat away at your enamel and cause cavities and other dental complications. If left to develop for too long, plaque then solidifies into a substance known as tartar, which can then only be removed by a qualified dental hygienist or dentist.

Dental tartar (also referred to as dental calculus) is formed when plaque fossilizes on the teeth, creating a solid matrix of bacteria above and below the gum line. This plaque initially forms as bacteria feeds off food and drink remnants left on the teeth throughout the day. By itself, plaque can cause tooth decay and gum disease—but when left to create dental tartar, the situation can become far worse. Initial stages of tooth decay and gum disease, usually known as gingivitis, can quickly advance to periodontal disease, where tooth and bone loss become possible.