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Dental Filling

The lifetime of a dental filling

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.

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, such as:

  • Severe Tooth Decay or Infection: When a tooth is severely decayed or infected, and it cannot be saved by a filling, crown, or root canal treatment, extraction might be necessary to prevent the spread of infection.
  • Gum Disease: Advanced gum disease can cause the loosening of teeth, necessitating their removal.
  • Crowded Mouth: Sometimes, teeth need to be removed to prepare the mouth for orthodontia (braces) or because they are too big for the mouth.
  • Risk of Infection: In some cases, such as before certain medical procedures like chemotherapy or organ transplants, teeth may be extracted to prevent potential infections.
  • Impacted Teeth: This is common with wisdom teeth that do not have room to emerge or develop normally within the mouth.

Dental Implants

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium metal. It is inserted into the jawbone to replace the root of the natural tooth. An artificial replacement tooth is attached to the implant. The implant acts as an anchor to hold the replacement tooth in place.

Who does this procedure?

If you are having an implant, your dentist may refer you to a dental specialist who has further training in this area. Specialists who place implants are periodontists or oral and maxillofacial surgeons, also called oral surgeons. Specialists who place crowns, bridges and dentures on implants are called prosthodontists.

Who can get dental implants?

If you are in good general health, have healthy gums and have enough bone in the jaw to hold an implant, dental implants might be right for you. If your jawbone has shrunk or if it has not developed normally, you may be able to have a bone graft to build up the bone. A bone graft is a way of adding new bone to your jawbone. Your dentist or dental specialist will tell you if bone grafting can be done.

Teeth Cleaning

A teeth cleaning can last between 30 minutes and one hour. During this time, you will lie back in a comfortable dental chair while we examine your teeth. We’ll also remove dental plaque and tartar before polishing your enamel with a gentle abrasive paste. Your appointment may take longer if we need to take X-rays.

Dentures Treatment

What Are Dentures?

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.

Root Canal Treatment

What is Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is the process of removing infected or injured tissue (pulp) from inside the crown and roots of a tooth. Once cleaned, the canal is disinfected, shaped, filled and sealed with natural rubber-like material called gutta percha.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

What is wisdom teeth removal?

Wisdom tooth removal — or wisdom tooth extraction — is a common oralsurgery procedure. Dentists may recommend this treatment to preserve your oral health and protect your other teeth from possible issues in the future.

Your wisdom teeth — also called third molars — are in the very back of your mouth. Typically, they erupt (grow in) sometime between the ages of 17 and 25.

Scientists believe wisdom teeth are vestigial structures (parts of the human body that are no longer necessary). Our ancestors needed these teeth to crush and chew raw leaves, nuts, roots and meat. Today, we eat more cooked food and use forks and knives to cut our food up into smaller pieces. As a result, we don’t really need wisdom teeth anymore.

Some people have all four wisdom teeth (one in each quadrant — the upper left, lower left, upper right and lower right). Others may have one, two, three or none at all. No matter how many wisdom teeth you do (or don’t) have, it doesn’t mean there’s something wrong. It’s just a variation of normal and a sign of the ever-changing evolutionary process.

Gum Surgery

A person may need periodontal surgery to treat certain gum diseases and conditions, such as gingivitis or periodontitis. This type of surgery is commonly known as gum surgery.

The procedure aims to treat the gum disease and any damage it may have caused by:

  • regrowing damaged bones and tissues
  • preventing tooth loss
  • reducing gum gaps between teeth, known as black triangles
  • reshaping the jaw hone to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices
  • eliminating bacteria and infection

Nitrous Oxide

Can Nitrous Oxide Help My Child’s Dental Anxiety?

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 dentists at Brampton Dental Care we offer information about how and why nitrous oxide is given to children during various dental procedures.