Cosmetic, Reconstructive &
An intersection of health, beauty,and function.
Utilizing advanced technology, and meticulous attention to detail
Visit 1: Virtual smile design
Visit 2: Temporaries
Visit 3: Reviewing temporaries and refinements if needed
Visit 4: Final veneers
Visit 5: Refinements and final touches
Visit 1: Consultation and planning
Visit 2: Gum graft
Visit 3: Follow up
Visit 1: Virtual smile design and bite reconstruction planning
Visit 2: Teeth preparation and temporaries
Visit 3: Test drive temporaries, reviewing temporaries for aesthetics and function
Visit 4: Verification
Visit 5: Final restorations
Visit 6: Refinements and final touches
Meet our Specialists
Dr. Faraj Edher
Dr. Edher is a Specialist in Prosthodontics who uses advanced digital technologies alongside an unparalleled attention to detail and precision in order to deliver high quality smile makeovers and reconstructions for his patients.
Dr. Rana Tarzemany
Dr. Tarzemany is a specialist in Periodontics and the Director of the Graduate Periodontics Program at the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Dr. Tarzemany’s meticulous approach to periodontics and surgery is thoughtful and evidence based. She focuses on periodontal health, gum grafting & bone grafting, dental implants, in addition to other periodontal surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Dr. Mohamed Gebril
Dr. Gebril is a Specialist in Prosthodontics and Full-time Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia. He is focused on rehabilitating failing dentitions with dentures and state-of-the-art implant solutions. He applies his expertise to treat every patient with full attention and care to provide his patients with healthy and aesthetic smiles.
Dr. Dalia Taher
Dr. Taher is a certified specialist in the field of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, with a focus on adult orthodontics. Her practice encompasses a comprehensive range of treatment options, from the time-tested traditional braces to the subtlety of clear braces and clear aligner. The selection of the most suitable method is based entirely on individual needs and preferences.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between prosthodontics and general dentistry?
While general dentists provide routine dental care, such as cleanings and fillings, prosthodontists are specialists who focus on the diagnosis, treatment, and restoration of missing or damaged teeth. Prosthodontists receive additional education and training to provide advanced care for complex dental problems.
What kind of experience and qualifications do your specialists have?
Our specialists at Transcend are highly trained and experienced in their respective areas of expertise. All of our dentists are prosthodontists and periodontists specialists have completed advanced education and training in their fields and are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to our patients.
What materials are used for veneers?
Veneers can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, composite resin, and ceramic. Porcelain veneers are often considered the most durable and natural-looking option, while composite resin veneers are more affordable and can be completed in a single appointment.
What is better, an implant or a bridge?
Both implants and bridges can be effective options for replacing missing teeth, but the right choice for you will depend on your specific needs and goals. Implants are a durable and long-lasting option, but may require more extensive treatment. Bridges can be a quicker and less invasive option, but may need to be replaced more frequently, and can affect the adjacent teeth.
What are the options to replace a missing tooth?
There are several options for replacing a missing tooth, including implants, bridges, and partial dentures. Each option has its own benefits and drawbacks, and the best choice for you will depend on your specific needs and goals.
How do you correct gum recession?
Gum recession can be caused by a number of factors, such as periodontal disease, aggressive brushing, or genetics. Depending on the cause and severity of the recession, treatment options may include scaling and root planning, gum grafting, or other periodontal procedures.
How do you treat worn down teeth?
Worn down teeth can be caused by several factors, including bruxism (teeth grinding), acid erosion, or improper brushing techniques. Treatment options may include orthodontics, crowns, porcelain veneers, bridges, implants or other restorative procedures. In moderate to severe cases of worn down teeth, a bite reconstruction may be indicated which involved rebuilding all the teeth to a healthier and more stable bite position.
Testimonials and Experiences
Where Health & Beauty meet Digital Dentistry
Teeth grinding and acidic erosion can do more than just damage your teeth; they can entirely collapse your bite. But what does a collapsed bite really mean? It means your ability to chew...
When it comes to a smile makeover, choosing the right shade for your new teeth is a lot like picking the perfect paint colour for a room; the hue you choose can drastically affect the overall...
Dental veneers have gained popularity for their transformative power. These wafer-thin, custom-made shells designed to cover the front surface of teeth can enhance your smile in ways you might not...