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Our dental services

From prevention to restoration

General dental services

From prevention to restoration, our qualified dentists are here to serve you and ensure your oral health.

The Clinique Médico-Dentaire de la Gatineau offers complete and high-quality dental services in a family practice setting. Our goal: maintaining impeccable oral health for each of our patients.

Dental emergency

Our dental emergency service in Gatineau offers immediate and effective care for pain, broken teeth, cavities, or abscesses.

Dental restoration

Dental restoration refers to any dental work involving a dental filling. A filling may be necessary if your teeth are damaged.

Dental surgery

When a tooth is decayed or irretrievably fractured, it should usually be removed. If the problem tooth is not removed, it could cause a painful abscess.

Root canal treatment

Trauma to a tooth can trigger an inflammatory reaction in the pulp. In a root canal, the canal that contains the nerve and blood vessels must be treated.


When gums bleed, it is a sign that they are inflamed. This inflammation is usually caused by tartar above and below the gum line.

Crowns and bridges

Bridges are usually indicated when one or more teeth are missing. Crowns, on the other hand, may be recommended for various other situations.

Complete dental examination

At least once a year, your dentist should examine the inside and outside of your mouth to make sure there are no abnormalities or the presence of disease.

Dental cleaning

Professional teeth cleaning in a dental clinic is an essential complement to your oral healthcare routine.

Cosmetic dentistry

Restorative materials can be used to change the shape and colour of the teeth. The result: beautiful teeth and a beautiful smile.

Teeth whitening

It is extremely difficult to remove the stains on your teeth without the help of a professional. The solution: Teeth whitening.

Denturism services

Our denturists are here to replace missing teeth or restore the appearance of your natural teeth.

At the Clinique Médico-Dentaire de la Gatineau, the father and son team of Tony and Eric Sarrapucchiello provide patients with two generations’ worth of denturism expertise. Together, they offer the perfect combination of experience, innovation, and technology, ensuring your denturist treatment plan is a success.

Complete prostheses

The making of a dental prosthesis (better known as dentures) is an art that requires time, attention to detail, and expertise.

Temporary prostheses

Removable partial dentures or complete implant-supported dentures are designed by your denturist and placed in the mouth directly at the clinic.

Partial prostheses

The loss of a few teeth is not a trivial phenomenon. It can lead to a variety of ailments and other problems if the lost teeth are not replaced quickly.

Lining and relining

Relining dentures consists of adding an acrylic liner inside the prosthesis. This operation can be performed in the laboratory or directly in the patient’s mouth at the clinic.

Soft liners

A soft liner is a material cushion integrated into your prosthesis. It improves comfort in the mouth and is less irritating to your mucous membranes.


If cared for properly, your acrylic dentures can last five to ten years.

Implantology services

For highly functional and natural-looking implants, our expert denturists are here to serve you.

Interested in dental implants? Have questions before scheduling your appointment? We have compiled answers to the most frequently asked questions from patients who like you decided to get dental implants.

Dental implants

Dental implants are metal “roots,” usually made of high-strength titanium, which are surgically placed in the jawbone below the gum line.

Role of implants

Dental implants integrate into the jawbone where they provide stable support for dentures.

Benefits of implants

The dental implant is a state-of-the-art technique that ensures maximum reliability and restores self-confidence.

Do your dentures move?

Do your complete dentures move, frequently hurting you? Do you have difficulty chewing? You may be ready for implant-supported dentures.