CHURCHILL SMILES DENTISTRY | Mississauga Dental Office
Churchill Smiles Dentistry | 3050 Artesian Drive, Unit 10 | L5M 7P5 | Mississauga, ON
905 569 6667 | firstname.lastname@example.org
At a dental cleaning, the hygienist performs scaling and polishes your teeth. A dental check-up takes care of tooth health, looking for decay, cavities, and checking your gum health.
The aim of cosmetic dentistry is to correct any minor flaws by repairing any chips or cracks, shaping the teeth, and brightening the smile through teeth whitening.
Dental crowns and bridges are false teeth that replace a missing tooth or part of a tooth. Both are be made of porcelain or ceramic and are designed to fit the patients smile in looks and colour.
A dental extraction is the removal of a tooth or teeth. It may be performed because the tooth may be severely infected, dead, damaged, or pushing on other teeth.
Dental fillings are required when the tooth has severe decay. Dental sealants are a clear layer applied to the top of the tooth to fill in the cracks where food can become trapped.
Dental implants are a solution that gives patients get their bite back. Dental Implants are small screws made out of titanium that are placed in the jaw bone and act as the tooth root.
Churchill Smiles Dentistry is happy to be an Invisalign provider. Invisalign is a popular alternative to traditional braces, since it uses clear aligners to straighten the teeth.
There are two primary uses of mouthguards: sports or bruxism (clenching or grinding while they sleep). We offer custom fit mouthguards for both purposes.
Nitrous oxide sedation, more commonly known as laughing gas. Nitrous oxide is administered by breathing it in through a nose mask and is used throughout the whole procedure.
Orthopulse® is a device that uses low intensity near infra-red light technology to speed up the movement of your teeth during orthodontic treatment. Cut treatment time by half.
Periodontal disease is more commonly known as gum disease. It is a bacterial infection that affects the soft tissue (gums) and can lead to dental decay, bone loss, and ultimately tooth loss.
A root canal is performed when the inside of the tooth, known as the pulp, becomes infected or inflamed. The pulp may become infected due to deep decay, trauma , chips, crack, etc.
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