If one or more of your teeth are missing, there are a number of ways to replace them. An alternative to bridges, partials or complete dentures may be dental implants. Implants are used to replace missing roots and support artificial replacement teeth. They are comfortable and look like natural teeth.
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.
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Finding good Toronto Dental Crowns is not easy! Look no further!
The Dental Health Center provides quality and affordable Toronto Dental Crowns
A Toronto Dental crown is a covering that sits over the top of the tooth creating a tooth surface to protect, cover, seal and strengthen your tooth. Crowns are used in many different scenarios as they are effective and often allow us to save a tooth rather than turning to implants.
Situations where a crown may be the solution include;
Larger fillings that have broken down or have formed decay around them may need a crown to save the tooth.
A cracked tooth may need a crown to hold it together. Be careful not to wait too long as an untreated cracked tooth can become sensitive or eventually break.
Teeth that are very sensitive, either from a lot of “wear”, or from receded gums, sometimes require crowns to seal and protect the teeth from hot and cold sensitivity.
A tooth that has broken may be too weak to hold a filling. A crown will hold the tooth together and prevent it from breaking again. If the fracture is too deep, Root Canal Therapy may be required before the tooth is crowned.
A tooth that has undergone Root Canal Therapy will need a crown to properly seal and protect the tooth.
A crown may be the solution to saving that tooth; Dr. Kutzko will evaluate your needs depending on your oral health and the condition of your teeth.
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Look no further for your Toronto Dental Inlays!
Toronto Dental Inlays offered by the Dental Health Center that are high quality and affordable!
Toronto Dental inlays occupy a middle ground in tooth restorations. If you have a mild to moderate amount of decay or a cracked/fractured tooth that is not damaged severely enough to require a crown then we will use an Inlay to restore your tooth.
Toronto Dental inlays are used to treat teeth that have decay or damage within their top surfaces. Their placement usually requires two visits. On the first visit we will take a moulding of your teeth, and place a temporary onlay. This mould is sent to a dental laboratory to create a restoration that is custom fit to your tooth. On your second visit we will cement the inlay into place and you can go on with your day!
Dental inlays are made from a durable, tooth coloured material that offers long lasting and natural looking results. They are bonded very securely to the tooth adding structural integrity while helping to prevent bacteria from entering the tooth causing decay.
It is often very difficult to find a dentist in Toronto that offers quality and affordable dental inlay services in the Greater Toronto Area. The Dental Health Center is located near Royal York station, right on Bloor Street West. We offer free consultation services as well as flexible payment options and hours of operation to cater to your needs as much as possible.
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Toronto Dental Digital X-Rays are reliable and very accurate
If you’re looking for Toronto Dental Digital X-rays you’ve come to the right place!
We are pleased to inform you that we have incorporated the Kodak digital x-ray system into our practice. Some of the benefits are:
- Low dose digital x-rays produce two thirds less radiation than conventional film x-rays
- environmentally friendly to our patients and team members as film processing chemicals are eliminated
- images can be instantly viewed through our office monitors and easily transferred by email or cd
- consistent high performance technology creates high quality results for accuracy and safe diagnosis
Similar to an iceberg, only a portion of your tooth is visible upon a first inspection. When we look at your teeth with our naked eye we are only scratching the surface.
Your tooth is composed of several layers, with a large portion hidden below your gum line and in your jaw bone. The surface ‘enamel’ that we can visibly examine is meant to protect the inner parts of a tooth. Below your enamel is the Dentin, then the Pulp where the nerve and blood vessels nourish your tooth. Also hidden are your Jaw bone, joints and ligaments that help support your teeth. Damage, infection or abnormalities below the surface are often invisible but cannot be ignored.
X-rays allow us to:
- Find decay and abnormalities between teeth and below the gum line
- Monitor the effects of periodontal conditions
- Monitor your jaw bone and the position of your teeth
- Monitor areas of concern before they become a problem
- Detect any growths or abnormality in your jawbone that may be a sign something more serious
- Get a complete picture of your teeth in relation to each other and your mouth (both inside and out)
Digital x-ray technology provides a faster and safer way to closely examine your teeth. Digital x-rays speed treatment and provide a more accurate diagnosis of your teeth
What are the advantages of digital X-rays?
The advancement of digital x-ray technology has meant many advantages over traditional x-rays. Some of these are outlined here:
How does it work?
- digital x-rays are much faster than traditional x-rays
- there is much less radiation
- the images can be enhanced for a more thorough diagnosis
Don’t worry its quick and easy! We place a small sensor in your mouth which is connected to a computer with a tiny wire. An x-ray beam is then sent through your teeth which records the image of your teeth and sends it to a computer. The sensor can be repositioned to photograph other sections of your teeth.
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Looking for Toronto Porcelain Veneers? Look no further!
Find high quality Toronto Porcelain Veneers at the Dental Health Center
If you could cover your stained slightly crooked or gapped teeth and make them appear flawless …Would You?
Using modern dentistry techniques …you can!
One procedure that has gained popularity and is highly effective is called Veneers
Toronto Porcelain Veneers are custom, porcelain facings that are bonded to the front surfaces of your teeth. They are made to match the shape and size of your mouth and created at the whiteness level that you desire.
To perform the procedure the thickness of the veneer (approximately 1mm) is “smoothed” off of the natural tooth’s surface and the veneer is bonded to the tooth. The result feels and looks natural.
Veneers serve many purposes and can be used to:
Straighten Crooked Teeth
Close Gaps between Teeth
Whiten Dark, Yellow, Permanently-Stained or Discoloured Teeth
Repair Broken or Chipped Teeth
Enhance your overall smile making you feel younger, sexier and more confident.
We would be pleased to discuss Veneers with you on your next visit. After a consultation if you decide that Veneers are right for you Dr. Kutzko will help you create the smile you’ve always dreamed of.
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We offer complete Toronto Teeth Whitening Services!
Looking to whiten your teeth? Looking for Toronto Teeth Whitening? Look no further!
If your teeth have lost their pearly white, youthful appearance you are not alone. Aging, diet, injuries along with many other factors cause teeth to dull and yellow. Toronto Teeth Whitening has become a popular dental service at our office. Teeth Whitening is safe, fast and effective.
Reason for Tooth Discolouration include:
Drinking Coffee, Tea, Wine or Soft Drinks Stains Teeth
Natural Aging – The dentin underneath the enamel of a tooth darkens
Smoking or any Tobacco Use Stains Teeth
Accidents – a dead nerve will darken a tooth
Root Canal Therapy
At Dental Health Centre in the Kingsway we are pleased to offer you ZOOM! teeth whitening to bring out your youthful, healthy looking smile. If you have any questions about teeth whitening please ask one of our team members on your next visit.
ZOOM! Teeth Whitening
For our patients who would prefer to have their smile brightened by our dental professionals Oakdale Dental is proud to offer the Zoom teeth whitening system. Zoom teeth whitening is safe, effective and fast with most cases taking less than an hour!
How Does It Work?
The Zoom teeth whitening procedure is very simple. We begin by covering your lips and gums exposing only your teeth. We then apply the Zoom whitening gel which was designed to be used specifically with the Zoom light. The light and gel work together to gently penetrate your teeth, breaking up the stains and discoloration. During this time you can relax, watch TV, or listen to music. The gel is applied for 3 fifteen minute sessions for a total treatment time of 45 minutes. You can then go home with your brighter whiter smile.
If you have been looking to make your smile a little brighter ask us about Zoom whitening next time you’re in to see us.
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Do you snore? Do you keep your partner up at night?
Toronto Snoring and Sleep Apnea Services you Can Trust
Your snoring may be embarrassing or simply an annoyance to those around you. It may also be a symptom of a more serious condition known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
Our Toronto Snoring and Sleep Apnea dental office is please to help you and your loved ones get a better and healthier night sleep though the use of an oral appliance. A custom made oral appliance can help keep your airway open while you sleep. Properly fitted appliances have been shown to help eliminate snoring as well as improve the sleep of people with mild to moderate Sleep Apnea.
Did you Know?
40-80% of stroke victims also suffer from OSA.
People with OSA are 4 times more likely to have a heart attack.
Patients with OSA use CPAP for less than five hours per night on average.
If you have OSA, you are twice as likely to die in your sleep and 7 times more likely to have a motor vehicle accident.
OSA Patients are at a 40% greater risk of having depression.
Individuals with OSA are also more likely to have sexual impotence and develop diabetes.
The SomnoDent® sleep appliance is a highly effective solution for the majority of patients suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
The SomnoDent is a Mandibular Advancement Splint that treats Obstructive Sleep Apnea by moving the lower jaw slightly forward. This movement tightens the soft tissue and muscles of the upper airway, which prevents obstruction while you sleep.
The SomnoDent also prevents the tissues of the upper airway from vibrating as air passes over them, which is the major cause of snoring.
Its exceptional levels of patient acceptance and compliance as well as treatment efficacy are backed by a large body of clinical research.
Benefits of using our sleep appliance
Permits normal mouth opening
Allows speech and drinking
unrestricted tongue space
Safe and effective
Frequently Asked Questions about the Somnodent sleep appliance
Q: When is it Worn?
Q: Is it comfortable
Q: What if I have a bridge or denture?
Q: What will Dr. Kutzko do?
Q: Is there a warranty?