What are implants?
What are porcelain veneers?
Is my child too young for braces?
At what age should I bring my child in for his/her first check-up?
If I have had a root canal, will I need crowns?
It should also be noted that after a tooth has had a root canal, blood supply to the tooth no longer takes place causing the tooth to become brittle which may predispose the tooth to fracture. A crown would help to alleviate the problem.
Should I save my tooth rather than extracting it?
Are composite (white) fillings better than amalgam (silver) fillings?
- 1. Composition
- 2. Aesthetics
How safe is it to whiten teeth?
However, it is recommended that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding refrain from whitening their teeth as the peroxide used in bleaching causes an oxidation process that could potentially be harmful to tissues and cells. Though this process is harmless enough to a non-pregnant woman, there is currently not enough data to support whether the process is safe for use during pregnancy and/or during the breastfeeding period.
Why do I have to come in for regular cleanings?
Why do I need to reline, or make a new denture?
How important is it to screen for oral cancer?
Kids Dentistry Hamilton, Ontario
If you are looking for a Hamilton Kids Dentist, our experienced pediatric dental team is here to help! Welcome to Dundas Dentistry; a friendly, kids-only dental practice, providing top quality dentistry. The ideal time for your child's first visit to the dentist is about six months following the emergence of their first set of teeth. It provides the dentist an optimal opportunity to carefully examine the development of your child's mouth and teeth - the sooner, the better.