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604.224.8000
Dr. Chris Kan

 







2696 Arbutus Street
(at West 11th Avenue)
Vancouver, BC  V6J 5L8
Canada







Latest News
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More people own
mobile devices
than toothbrushes

05 Aug 2015
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Does flossing
your teeth prevent
tooth decay?

27 May 2014
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Good teeth may help
sporting success

04 Apr 2014
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Urbanmommies.com
reviews our
take-home whitening kit

09 Jan 2013
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The Allure of Teeth
Through the Ages

28 Sep 2012
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Lifestyle could change
your jaw shape

23 Nov 2011
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"Smart bomb" mouthwash
aims to end tooth decay:
Will it work?"

21 Nov 2011
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Tooth Decay to be
a Thing of the Past?

04 Dec 2010
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American v British teeth
02 March 2010
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Which countries' children
have the worst teeth?

02 March 2010
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Dr. Kan is now the
resident dental 'expert'
at urbanmommies.com
21 January 2010
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Zoom into a Tooth
18 November 2009
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Invisalign in Vancouver: straight teeth, no braces





CDA member seal.  This Kitsilano, Vancouver dentist is a CDA member.




Cosmetic Services

We offer several options for enhancing and rejuvenating your smile.

  • Whitening.  We have had much success with both in-office and take-home whitening. In-office whitening can be as short as two hours while take-home whitening takes about two weeks - with both offering the same final result. Check out our gallery for examples of whitening.


  • Bonding.  This is an affordable, effective technique for camouflaging crooked or mis-shapen teeth while preserving your original teeth. By gluing tooth-coloured fillings to your teeth, we can close gaps and hide unsightly stains or chipped teeth. The best part: we don't cut away any of your tooth! Check out our gallery for examples of bonding.


  • Veneers.  Considered the ultimate in cosmetic dental enhancements, veneers are thin porcelain laminates (or facings) that are bonded to your teeth. Two visits are normally required. On the first visit, a thin layer of enamel on the front of your teeth is ground away to make space for the veneers and temporary veneers are placed. A week later, the permanent ones go on. Check out our gallery to see veneers.



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