Stittsville Dentist

THE PREMIER Stittsville DENTAL Clinic

Our Goal Is To Improve Your Smile – And Your Life!

At Dental Avenue Specialty Group, we know how important a beautiful smile is to you. That is why we strive for a comfortable and satisfying experience for all of our patients. From the initial consultation to post-surgery care: We want to ensure that you’re  in good hands and have the most pleasant experience possible.

We are always here to consult with you and listen to your concerns and feedback. We know that nobody’s perfect. Neither are we – but we strive to become better every day! Please feel free to let us know about your experience and leave us a review.


We Proudly Provide The Following Dental Services in Stittsville:-


Contact Us To Make An Appointment with Our Specialists Dentist in Stittsville

Please use the form below and provide your details to make an appointment with one of our specialists! We will reach out to you as soon as possible!

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Referral Form

As your Stittsville dental clinic, we are here to perform oral surgeries that go beyond the services that your general dentist offers. Most of the time, you do require a referral by your general dentist to schedule an appointment with us.

Please click on the link below for our referral form to prepare your next visit to see your specialist dentist in Stittsville. Also do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any questions while filling out the form.

Remember, at Dental Avenue specialty Group, our first priority is to take care of all your dental needs with proper care and consideration. Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any questions or concerns.

Our Dental Services Provided by THE PREMIER Stittsville DENTists

Avenue Dental Specialty Group is your go-to dentist in Stittsville for treatments that go beyond general dentistry. We are your one-stop-shop for oral surgery and botox injections, among general forms of dentistry treatments. For more details on our Stittsville dental services, please click on the respective link or go to Treatments in the top menu. 

Dentures / Dental Implants

Avenue Dental Specialty Group  is your dental implants clinic in Stittsville. Alongside general denture services, we offer surgery to affix dental implants into your jawbone. For more information on our dental implants and dentures, see here or contact us directly.
Dentures Stittsville
Invisalign Stittsville


Crowded teeth are not just unappealing and a nuisance – they can also eventually cause further complications to your oral health. The obvious solution to that dilemma are braces. However, many adults are hesitant, noting concerns about its aesthetics, especially with regard to their workplace. Thankfully, your Stittsville dentist at Avenue Dental Specialty Group offers an alternative solution: Invisalign. Invisalign is a form of corrective aligners that will set your teeth straight while being basically invisible. Read more here or contact us, your Stittsville dentist directly for more information on Invisalign.


At Avenue Dental Specialty Group, we offer a variety of orthodontic treatments, including braces and Invisalign. Please have a closer look here or go to the “Orthodontics” site in our treatments menu.

Orthodontist Stittsville
IV Sedation Dentistry

IV Sedation

Being afraid of the dentist is nothing to be ashamed about, especially when it comes to the more invasive procedures that our professionals perform at Avenue Dental Specialty Group. We offer IV sedation at our Stittsville dental clinic to help you cope with anxiety and uneasiness. For more information on IV sedation, how it works and what to expect, please see here. 


Botox is often associated with the rich and famous’ desire to live a wrinkle-free life. However, there are not just cosmetic benefits to botox treatments. Did you know that It can also alleviate temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues? If you suffer (or suspect you suffer) from TMJ disorder, you can book a consultation with your Stittsville dentist at Avenue Dental Specialty Group. To learn more about our botox treatments and TMJ, please click here.

Botox Stittsville
IV Sedation Dentistry

Oral Surgery

If you are being referred by your general dentist because you require oral surgery – for example to get dental implants – please see our “Oral Surgery” section. You can schedule an appointment and fill out our patient contact information form there. For more information on our dental implants clinic Stittsville, please feel free to contact us directly.

Our Commitment To You

Getting dental implants is an invasive procedure that is not without its risks. We are aware of our responsibility and, our  Stittsville dentists, ensure we prioritize patient comfort, safety, and overall satisfaction are at the top of our priority list.

As a Stittsville dental clinic, we offer genenal and orthodontic surgery to our patients. We are also very conscious about providing you with as much information about the procedure as possible and are open to answer all questions and concerns you may have before and after the surgery.

Together with our general Stittsville dentists, we work to improve your life and provide you with a new smile.

Contact Avenue Dental

Do you have any questions about our treatments? Any concerns about an upcoming surgery? Or are you ready to schedule your appointment with us? Contact us today  via email at or give us a call at 613-831-8000. Our staff members are happily available  to answer your call during our office hours, Monday to Friday between 8:00am and 4:00pm.

Contact Avenue Dental

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Nearby Areas
Serving Ottawa Valley and nearby areas

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to have my teeth checked regularly?

It is absolutely recommended that you have your teeth checked by your dentist at least twice a year – even if you don’t experience any issues with your teeth. During your twice-annual check-up, your dentist is able to detect potentially developing cavities before they become serious issues, remove tartar, and give your teeth a professional cleaning. Contact us today to book your regular check-up.

Is it safe to go to the dentist while pregnant?

Generally speaking; Yes, it is safe to visit your dentist while pregnant. However, there are certain procedures that you should avoid while pregnant. While the risks are very, very small, it is recommended that you postpone elective treatments like teeth whitening. Also, keep in mind that laying on your back for extended periods of time may be challenging in the advanced stages of your pregnancy. The ideal time period for necessary dental work, such as fillings or regular check-ups, is the second trimester.

How do silver and white fillings differ?

White fillings are made from a mix of plastics and fillers. Their application takes a little longer than silver fillings, but they are considered more aesthetic as they appear more natural. Their downside is that they are less sturdy than silver fillings, yet are more expensive.

Silver fillings are made from a mix of metals, including mercury. While that often raises concerns with patients, studies have shown these fillings to be safe and risk-free. One upside of silver fillings is that the material hardens more quickly, making the procedure faster. They are also more durable and therefore cost-effective. However, silver fillings are considered more artificial-looking.

Is it necessary to get my teeth x-rayed every few months?

It is definitely not necessary to take X-rays of your teeth every time you visit your dentist. You’ll more than likely not even need X-rays every year. While radiation from X-rays is generally harmless, X-rays should still be taken only in necessary cases. As a rule of thumb, the fewer issues you have with your teeth, the fewer X-rays we will need to take to monitor your teeth for underlying issues.

I'm afraid to go to the Dentist in Stittsville. What should I do?

Dentophobia is nothing to be ashamed of. An effective option for people suffering from anxiety or discomfort when it comes to their dental appointments is sedation dentistry. There are many forms of sedation dentistry; Oral, nitrous oxide, and IV sedation. It is best to consult with your dentist prior to your appointment and to discuss your medical history before settling on a form of sedation dentistry. For more information on our options at Avenue Dental, see here or contact us directly.

If I'm sick, should I reschedule my dentist appointment?

While it has always been a good idea to stay home from work, school, or other appointments when sick, Covid-19 has shed new light on this issue. To lower the risk for our staff and other patients, as well as limit the spread of Covid, we ask you to stay at home and reschedule your appointment should you suffer from one or more of Covid’s symptoms.

After a dental treatment, I feel dizzy. What should I do?
Feeling dizzy after dental treatment is usually not a matter of concern. Most commonly, it is caused by the reclined position in the dentist’s chair and subsides after a few minutes. If you have noticed dizziness after dental treatments in the past, ask for a pillow or neck support. In rare cases, dizziness can also be caused by local anesthesia. In either case, speak to your dentist about your dizziness, and contact your family doctor if the feeling persists or occurs in other situations.