SOURCE: Eagle Creek Dental Centre

August 25, 2015 00:00 ET

Burnaby Dental Office Uses Leading-Edge Technology for Oral Health Care

BURNABY, BC--(Marketwired - Aug 25, 2015) - Eagle Creek Dental Centre uses digital imaging and progressive dental therapies to provide precise, personalized care.

The use of modern dental equipment has made treatment more efficient and comfortable for patients. At Eagle Creek Dental Centre -- a Burnaby cosmetic and restorative dental office -- dentists Dr. Nabi, Dr. Magnusson, and Dr. Chang, help patients in their community get access to convenient oral health care with modern technology.

Eagle Creek Dental Centre uses 3-D dental scans, digital x-rays, and modern treatments like clear braces for efficient and customized treatment plans. Treatment planning tools, such as the digital and 3-D imaging, allow the dentists to better visualize important oral structures and create the blueprint for restorations or cosmetic procedures. This imaging also cuts down on processing time, as digital x-rays are created instantly.

These advanced dental tools allow Eagle Creek Dental Centre to keep virtually all of their treatments in-house, without having to refer patients to outside specialists. Eagle Creek Dental Centre can provide patients with procedures like dental implant placement and root canal therapy in one location. To stay on the fore-front of dental technology, Drs. Nabi, Magnusson, and Chang are committed to continuing education and regularly participate in courses and conferences that advance their professional knowledge.

About Eagle Creek Dental Centre

Dr. Sherwin Nabi attended the University of British Columbia, where he completed his Bachelor's degree in honors science and mathematics, as well as his dental doctorate (DDS). During his residency at Vancouver General Hospital, he received training in the areas of dental implants, oral surgery, endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, and pedodontics.

Dr. Michael Magnusson attended the University of British Columbia where he studied mathematics and physics. After receiving his doctorate of dental medicine at the UBC, he practiced in Sparwood, where he enjoyed the experience of working in a rural community.

Dr. Steven Chang studied biochemistry at the University of British Columbia and pursued his doctorate in dental surgery at the University of Southern California. Returning to Vancouver, he advanced his education in dentistry at the UBC General Practice Residency. 

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