How Often do Gum Grafts Fail and Succeed?

Gum recession is one of the most common periodontal concerns that people in Oakville have. More than the occasional tooth sensitivity to hot and cold, and the appearance of longer teeth, gum recession has more serious consequences. As gum tissue recedes, protection...

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8 Ways To Relieve Anxiety Before Your Periodontal Procedure

As kids, many of us grew up scared of the dentist and dreaded any time we had to go, whether for a check-up or a simple procedure. And no matter one’s age, this anxiety can persist. In fact, for some, this anxiety can be so crippling that it prevents them from getting...

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What Are Some Signs of Dental Implant Failure?

Dental implants are currently the most advanced and revolutionary treatment for tooth replacement. But this means the stakes are higher than ever. Since dental implants involve replacing missing teeth completely, from root to crown, getting them means undergoing major...

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The Types of Gum Grafts

Are you ready to say goodbye to gum recession and restore your healthy gums? Gum grafting is the recommended treatment for receded gums.   But did you know that there are many ways to perform gum grafting? Depending on the location of the recessed gum line and...

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What Are Some Risks with Dental Implants?

Without a doubt, dental implants are a life-changing treatment. They help replace missing teeth completely, from root to crown. Unlike other tooth replacements, dental implants start in the jaw, allowing them to function as the roots and anchor new dental crowns...

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What Kind of Procedures do Periodontists Perform?

The reality is that most people are only aware of dentists – and when to visit them. But did you know that other specialists specifically treat parts of the mouth other than the teeth?   Periodontists specialize in treating the gums, tissues, and bones that...

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Can Dental Implants be Removed?

To date, there isn’t a more innovative and complete tooth replacement method than dental implants. They are designed to help replace missing teeth permanently. Dental implants are the only root-to-crown tooth restoration method that provides a complete...

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The Differences between Periodontists and Endodontists

Everyone knows that regular visits to the dentist are essential to keeping your teeth and gums healthy. But did you know that there is more to maintaining good oral health—and other specialists who can provide more than basic dental care in Oakville?   Two of...

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When is it too Late to Consider Dental Implants?

Today, missing teeth aren’t as much of a problem as they once were, thanks to solutions like dental implants. Injuries and trauma to the mouth, tooth decay, and other periodontal diseases can all cause loss of teeth. And while it can happen to anyone, seniors, in...

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Why Doctor Experience is Important with Dental Implants

Everyone knows who a dentist is and what they do. And while we could also use a reminder to make regular visits for cleaning and check-ups, we know that the dentist is the first stop for aches, pains, knocked-out teeth, and more.   But, is the dentist the only...

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Can you Get Dental Implants after Using Dentures for Years?

Dentures—they fall out, become loose, aren’t strong enough, and need to be taken out for thorough cleaning. While they’re one of the most common, longstanding tooth replacement options, dentures certainly aren’t the best, nor do they effectively replace missing teeth....

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Top Misconceptions about Dental Implants

Since their invention, dental implants have unlocked great, new possibilities for many people who have lost their teeth. With a reputation for being the only permanent and longest-lasting tooth replacement method, dental implants have completely changed how complete,...

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When to Use Donor Tissue in Your Gum Graft?

By the time you notice that your gums have receded—often making your teeth appear longer and your smile “toothy”—the damage has already been done. Gum recession is a gradual and irreversible process, meaning receded gum tissue can’t grow back.  It happens due to gum...

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