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Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction is a dental procedure that involves the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. It’s typically performed by a dentist or an oral surgeon. There are various reasons why a tooth might need to be extracted.

Dental fillings

Dental fillings that are made of metal or gold materials are known to last upwards of 20 years. On the flip side, more modern materials such as porcelain should also last a while, however, typically, not more than 10 years. Composite resin, while a popular material, is not as strong.


Dentures are removable oral appliances that replace missing teeth. There are many types of dentures, including full, partial and implant-supported dentures. With proper care and maintenance, the average lifespan of a denture is seven to 10 years.

Nitrous Oxide

Most children and adults are receptive to nitrous oxide, often given to children before and during a medical or dental procedure to ensure they’re calm. The experienced pediatric dentists at BramptonDentalCare offer information about how  nitrous oxide is given to children during various dental procedures.

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Our whitening process begins with meticulous scaling, where we skillfully remove plaque, tartar, and surface stains from the teeth. This step ensures a clean and smooth canvas for the subsequent procedures.

Following scaling, we employ a gentle yet thorough polishing technique to further eliminate any residual stains and irregularities on the tooth surface. This step not only enhances the overall cleanliness but also prepares the teeth for the subsequent stages.

With precision and care, we shine and buff the teeth to bring out their natural luster. This step adds a radiant sheen to the enamel, contributing to a brighter and healthier-looking smile.

As a key component of our whitening process, we apply a fluoride treatment to fortify and protect the enamel. This not only helps in preventing tooth sensitivity but also promotes long-term dental health.

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