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River Edge
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Dentists in Keswick, Bradford, and Orangeville
Dentists in Keswick, Bradford, and Orangeville

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Is your holiday smile ready this year?
There is just over a month until Christmas, which means it's time for Family Gatherings and Holiday Parties.
So why not impress everyone with your sparkly white smile this season smile emoticon
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11/23/15
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Make sure to come out and join in the fun!
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Educate in Brushing and lets keep breaking records!!!
Glad we can share with you

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Chewing gum is thought to be the world’s oldest candy — we’ve
 been chomping down on it for more than 5,000 years! But what do dentists think of all that chewing? While the people who care for our teeth aren’t usually fans of candy, when it comes to sugarless
 gum, most dentists give it the nod. “Chewing sugarless gum is a great way to help stimulate saliva flow in patients with dry mouth,” says Dr. Deborah Saunders, Your Oral Health.ca’s Editor-in-Chief. That salivary stimulation also helps protect your teeth from decay-causing bacteria, so if you aren’t able to brush your teeth after eating, chewing sugarless gum can help.
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Our Ask the Doctor Column this week by provided by Dr Ghorbanpour
I’m interested in changing the shape of my teeth. What options are available?
There are several options available in order to change the shape of one’s teeth.
1)     Bonding- Bonding is the most conservative way of modifying the shape of teeth. This option will involve adding tooth-colored resin to the surface of the tooth to improve its appearance. Bonding can be used to close gaps, modify the contour or shape of the tooth or cover any imperfections on the surface of the tooth.
2)     Recontouring- Recontouring involves removing a small amount of tooth enamel to fix minor imperfections such as modifying the shape or contour of a tooth or repairing a small chip.
3)     Veneer- Veneer is a very thin shell made of porcelain that is bonded to the front surface of teeth to improve esthetics or make modification to the shape of teeth. Tooth is prepared very conservatively to make room for the veneer. The veneer is fabricated by a dental laboratory and is later bonded to the tooth. At least two appointments are required to complete a veneer.
4)     Crown- Crown is the most invasive option to change the shape of teeth. This procedure involves preparation of all surfaces of the tooth to make room for the “cap” to be placed over the tooth.  Crowns are made of all porcelain or porcelain fused to metal. The crown is also fabricated by a dental laboratory, and is later bonded to the tooth. Major modifications to the shape of the teeth or other imperfection are best accomplished with a dental crown.  At least two appointments are required to complete a crown.
To find out which option best suits you please call our office at 905-775-0075, 905-476-3343, 519-941-4447 and 519-541-0505
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