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Dentist Open During COVID-19 Lockdown

January 3, 2022

brampton dentist open during covidFollowing the province of Ontario’s COVID-19 modified Step 2 lockdown announcement on Monday, January 3rd, 2022, we want to remind our patients that we are still open and ready to serve you as an essential service.

Rest assured that our office meets or exceeds current COVID-19 recommended safety protocols. All of our dental treatment rooms are equipped with medical-grade HEPA air filtration systems, which eliminate harmful bacteria and viruses from the air. Our office also screens all patients and performs temperature checks before treatment is performed. All high-contact surfaces are wiped down frequently with sterilizing wipes to maintain a clean environment for our patients and team. (more…)

What to Do in the Case of a Broken/Dislocated Jaw

March 25, 2021

A broken jaw refers to a jaw with a fracture in the bone, usually in the lower jaw, called the mandible. A dislocated jaw is when the lower jaw comes out of place at the joint. Learn the causes, diagnosis and treatment for both broken and dislocated jaws. 

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Foods To Eat & Avoid For Tooth Health

February 11, 2021

A large factor in the risk for cavities is the foods and drinks we consume regularly. Foods and beverages can be categorized into being either good or bad for the teeth, and unfortunately, more foods are bad for the teeth than foods that are good for the teeth. This categorization is not about the nutritional value of foods concerning the body’s overall health. The most vital factor is whether the food/drink contains sugars or acids that are damaging to tooth surfaces. Let’s explore the relationship of certain types of foods and beverages on the health of the teeth. 

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Is a Crown Necessary for My Child’s Baby Tooth?

November 4, 2019

Why would my child’s tooth need a crown?

There are several reasons why your dentist might recommend placing a crown on your child’s tooth. The main reason is if the cavity on the tooth is large. Baby teeth are not just smaller versions of adult teeth. They have thinner layers of enamel, the protective outer layer. A thinner layer means that a cavity can grow and affect the nerve of the tooth faster than it could in an adult tooth. Once a cavity gets close to the nerve, it will likely need nerve treatment, often called a “baby root canal” this is not as invasive as an adult root canal, but it does leave the tooth weaker and more prone to breakage if not protected. Cavities often occur on more than one surface of a tooth, so instead of placing multiple fillings on one tiny tooth, a crown would cover all of the surfaces. The crown will protect the tooth from future decay and breakage.

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Learn How To Choose The Right Mouthwash For Your Mouth

September 10, 2019

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CDA approved 

One of the most important aspects when choosing the a suitable a mouthwash is to make sure it has the seal of approval from the CDA (Canadian Dental Association.) This seal of approval means that the mouthwash contains active working ingredients and can help to improve your gum and oral health. Mouthwash can help reduce gum inflammation, bleeding, and overall bacteria count in your mouth. 

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How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Fix A Sunken Facial Appearance

June 24, 2019

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CAUSES OF A SUNKEN FACE

One common cause of a sunken face is getting older or ageing. One reason that the face takes on a sunken look is due to loss of bone in the mouth. When the bone in the jaw is lost or when it shrinks, it creates a sunken look. Keeping that in mind, it is easy to understand how one or more missing teeth will also produce the same results. In health, the skin on your face rests over the teeth and gums. However, when teeth are missing in the mouth, the skin sinks.

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Benefits of Brampton Cosmetic Dentistry

June 24, 2015

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Woman in Dental Chair giving Thumbs UpNew techniques and technologies in cosmetic dentistry have made it affordable and easy for you to obtain the smile you have always wanted. If you have any concerns about the appearance of your smile, please continue reading to learn more about the wide range of treatments we can offer you.

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How To Find a Dentist in Brampton

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smiling woman with nice teethVarious dentists offer a wide range of dental services. Finding a dentist might be difficult when there are so many dental clinics to choose from. There are different factors to be considered when finding a good and skilled dentist. Clients often choose the dentist who offers the type of service that they need.

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How Gum Disease Is Treated By Brampton Dentist

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person pulling down their bottom lipPeriodontal (gum) disease is a common dental problem faced by adults. Gum disease can be prevented with proper oral care and hygiene. Early diagnosis of gum disease will result in a better and favourable prognosis. Most people only discover that they have gum disease during a dental visit. Gingivitis is the term used to indicate an early stage of gum disease or inflammation.

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Type of Fillings Used by Brampton dentists

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rendering of dental sealantBrampton dentists offer patients different choices of dental fillings. There are different types of fillings used which are based on the client’s condition and preference. Dental fillings are indicated for restoration or repair of dentin, the structure of the tooth beneath the enamel. Accumulation of plaque and bacteria will cause the release of acid that can destroy the enamel of the teeth.

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