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Welcome to Lakewood DentalYour Dentist in Saskatoon
At Lakewood Dental, we provide a friendly and accommodating atmosphere, allowing our patients to feel comfortable while we care for their specific dental needs. We offer a wide range of dental treatments all under one roof for your convenience.
Dr. Shawn and Shane Mamer, our identical twin dentists, are committed to applying their dental knowledge and skills in a caring and gentle approach to help patients feel at ease while receiving their care. At Lakewood Dental our patients are our top priority. We provide flexible office hours, open seven days a week. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment contact our dental office today.
Dr. Shawn Mamer – Dentist
Dr. Shawn Mamer grew up 2 hours east of Saskatoon on a small family farm where his roots hold strong to farm life and values. He moved to Saskatoon in 1998 to pursue his academic career. Dr. Mamer enjoys helping patients love their smiles with restorative and cosmetic dentistry. He is trained in Invisalign orthodontics, implant restoration as well as all aspects of general dentistry.Learn More
Dr. Shane Mamer – Dentist
Dr. Shane Mamer grew up on a small family farm 120 km East of Saskatoon. After he graduated in 2004, he took 2 years off school to work and start a family with the intent of applying to dentistry. He started dentistry at the U of S in 2006 and graduated in 2010. Dr. Mamer practices general dentistry and is trained in Invisalign Orthodontics.Learn More
We provide direct billing in-office to our patients. We handle the paperwork so you don’t have to. If you have any questions about this, contact our admin team today.
& Weekend Hours
We understand you have busy schedules to accommodate and offer our patients the appointment availability from Monday to Sunday. We’r open every day until 7 PM for your convenience.
Our skilled and experienced team take all of the necessary precautions to ensure our environment is COVID-safe such as plexi-glass, sanitization stations, personal protective equipment and more.
If you or a family member are experiencing a dental emergency, Lakewood Dental has got you covered. We offer same-day emergency services for our patients in urgent need of dental care.
How often should I visit the dentist?
We all know that going to the dentist is important. But how often should you actually go? The basic rule of thumb says you should visit the dentist every six months. Studies have shown that people without any problems are ok to go once a year while those with dental issues should get checked out every 3 or 4 months.
When should I bring my child in for their first visit?
Your child’s visits to a dentist start within 6 months after the first teeth appear or at 12 months of age, whichever comes first. Babies with dental problems caused by injury, disease, or a developmental problem should be seen by a dentist right away.
What is the most effective way to replace a missing tooth?
You should always replace missing teeth as soon as possible. Failing to do so can lead to dental complications like misaligned teeth, bone tissue loss and a smile you may no longer be proud of. Fortunately for those who have lost some of their real teeth, there are a handful of options when it comes to replacing them with artificial teeth. There are multiple effective ways of replacing missing teeth such as dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges.
Are you currently accepting new patients?
We welcome all patients with open arms. Lakewood Dental is accepting new dental patients without the need for a referral, and we look forward to the privilege of being your Saskatoon Dental Health provider.
How do I care for my teeth between check-ups?
Many people inquire about how they can maintain this feeling for an extended period of time in between their scheduled visits. We are happy to offering the following advice and tips on how you can do this at home.
1. Brush your teeth twice a day for at least two minutes each time.
2. Floss at least once a day before going to sleep.
3. Use a mouthwash rinse that is recommended by your dentist.
4. Drink plenty of water and forego sugary sodas.
5. Limit the amount of caffeine you drink.
6. Adjust your oral care habits to fit your specific needs.
7. Limit the number of snack foods, candy, and sugary treats you eat.
How do I achieve optimal oral health?
Many studies have proven that oral health has a strong correlation to overall health for example conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes are directly associated with the presence and severity of oral health disease. We recommend prioritizing your oral hygiene and taking on a preventative approach. This means our dentists in Saskatoon encourage patients to schedule regular cleaning and checkups to ensure oral health issues are prevented or detected early on for effective treatment. If you are interested in learning what you can do to promote good oral health, call our Saskatoon dental clinic today for more information.