As of the fall of 2016,there was a release of a consensus statement from the Canadian Orthopedic Association(COA) and the Canadian Dental Association(CDA) regarding the practice of antibiotic use before dental procedures. This statement was the second time there has...read more
Finding a Kingston Dentist shouldn’t be hard nor should it be stressful. Kingston Creekside Dental is the result of over 20 years of exceptional dentistry in Kingston. After years of building a loyal following, Dr. David Tessier and his staff outgrew his midtown office and needed to expand to a larger space so that he can continue to provide the same exceptional service to his ever growing patient base.
Here at Kingston Creekside Dental, we are accepting new patients. We utilize the latest in technology, and ensure we make our patients as comfortable as possible with their Kingston Dentist.
We are located at 1469 Princess Street, Unit 1 in Kingston, Ontario.read more
In the nearly 25 years of practicing in Kingston,Dr Tessier and staff have noticed a disturbing trend amongst Queen's and St Lawrence students....an alarming rate of caries(cavities) in their teeth,and especially in between teeth. On a regular basis when students...read more
Recently approved in Canada,there is now a local anaesthetic ("freezing") reversal drug that accelerates the return to normal sensation and function(in particular,speaking and eating).This is especially welcome to the lower jaw because with some,the freezing effect...read more
Microbeads, or Micoplastics are made of tiny polyethylene(plastic) specks. They're commonly used as scrubbing beads in exfoliating products and are also used to impart colour, like in chewing gum and toothpaste.Typically, they are ranging in size from 0.0004 to 1.24...read more