Dr. Andrea Stevens and her team of dedicated professionals take pride in looking after your dental care needs from general to enhanced dentistry.
Working with state-of-the-art technologies and continuously introducing new techniques, we want our patients to understand the scope of dental care that is available for them – all in an effort to enhance your health, appearance and comfort.
Meet Dr. Andrea Stevens
Dr. Stevens earned her degree in 1994 from Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia, where she was born and raised. She obtained her license to practice dentistry in Canada, and has been practicing in Ottawa since 2000. Dr. Stevens has attended numerous post-graduate courses, both in Canada and the United States, and has completed the core curriculum of courses to earn her fellowship at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, the prestigious educational center for neuromuscular and cosmetic dentistry.
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It is not uncommon for patients to cry with joy, hug their dentist, or even kiss them! Patients tell us they are filled with self-confidence, they feel more outgoing, and they simply can’t stop smiling! Shy patients are often transformed into social butterflies. Professionals tell us of greater career success. Older patients look and feel decades younger. Sounds impossible, but it’s true. Think about how a new or improved smile would change your life.
Relieving muscle spasm and pain by using a Transcutaneous Electrical Neural Stimulation (TENS) unit. The TENS unit uses a rhythmic pulsing motion to relax your muscles by increasing blood flow and pumping out any waste products. The TENS unit also helps with pain relief by increasing your body’s production of endorphins, a natural anesthetic.
Stabilizing your bite. Dr. Stevens can provide you with a temporary device to wear over your teeth. This device will allow Dr. Stevens to make gentle corrections until your bite is stabilized. Then your bite can be permanently adjusted to the correct position.
Providing long term care. Dr. Stevens will provide you with long term care management options to ensure that your bite remains stabilized and your TMD symptoms resolved.
Dr. Stevens’ expertise in treating TMD can offer a permanent solution to improving your dental health, achieving pain relief and developing a comprehensive plan for ongoing management of TMD.
Today’s materials are actually stronger than natural teeth, and are far more resistant to wearing and breakage. With regular checkups and care, your smile should last for many, many years.
When you smile, chances are you are showing a simple smile with flat teeth arranged in a curving arch as they contour to your face. Not everyone has the luck [...]