Time is a factor when addressing periodontal diseases. Regular monitoring and early treatment are key in preventing the destructive elements of poor oral health. Knowing the risk factors associated with periodontal disease can go a long way towards prevention. Periodontal Disease risk factors include elements of genetics, lifestyle, and general health that can factor into the development of gum disease. If any of these elements resonate with the patient on a personal level, they should increase their diligence around good oral hygiene and regular check ups.

Dear our Periodontal Associates Patients,

We are writing you to inform you of our operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 15th, 2020 our provincial regulator, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, provided that all dentists and dental specialists were to suspend routine services due to the ongoing crisis.

The health and safety of our patients and our team is our top priority. This extends to the broader community and our duty to limit in-person contact to flatten the curve. Effective immediately, with the EXCEPTION OF EMERGENCY CARE, our office will be closed until further notice.

For patients who have received recent procedures, the after hours emergency service will remain available to you should you need to reach us.

We will continue to closely monitor the situation and keep you informed. We are available remotely and can be reached at 905.279.3364. Your messages will be answered. Thank you for your understanding and support.

The Periodontal Associates Team

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