Good overall health begins with oral hygiene. Your mouth is quite literally your gateway to health. However, even with an impeccable oral health routine, you may develop dental issues. Despite regular brushing and flossing, the bacteria in your mouth may grow and multiply, forming plaque (the sticky substance on your teeth), the birthplace of infections. However, infections aren’t the worse of it. Plaque build-up in the teeth is linked to scarier conditions like heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, preterm labor, and poor blood sugar control in diabetics.
So, it’s always a good idea to get your teeth checked by a dental professional every 6 months. We, Belmont Dental Care, have created a dental haven for all your oral health needs. With the hard work and diligence of the intelligent, educated, and compassionate dental staff, Belmont Dental Care is today one of the Canada’s most comprehensive, competent, and patient-friendly dental care clinics.
Services we offer Complete dental check-up:
Your dentist will examine your teeth and gums to ensure everything is okay. Anything requiring further evaluation is identified and treated.
Regular teeth cleaning, especially the cleaning of the difficult-to-reach nooks and crannies of your mouth, is essential to prevent plaque build-up. Tooth scaling and polishing are part of teeth cleaning. Debridement might also be done if there’s too much tartar accumulation.
Fillings are used for patients with damaged/decayed teeth to help teeth restoration and prevent further decaying. The filling type depends on factors like the filling location and cost. Your doctor will discuss this with you and decide on the filling type.
These are metal frames surgically affixed into your jawbone to let your dentist attach new, replacement teeth.
When a tooth has been damaged/infected too badly to salvage it, it will need to be extracted to ensure that the surrounding teeth remain healthy. Tooth extraction is also done when a patient’s baby teeth haven’t fallen off naturally, extra teeth are blocking the growth of regular teeth, etc.
This therapy cleans the “canals” inside the tooth and is typically used to repair and retain a badly damaged and/or infected tooth. The damaged part of the tooth is removed, and the base is then cleaned, disinfected, filled, and sealed.
After evaluating patient-specific requirements, partial or complete dentures are recommended, designed, and affixed. Partial dentures are suitable if most of your teeth are and can be kept healthy. They are affixed into your upper/lower palate and are removable (like a retainer), making them easy to clean.
Complete dentures are required for patients with most teeth missing/decayed. Our experts will guide you through the process of wearing, using, and looking after your new teeth.
Your dental health caretakers at Belmont Dental Care are highly trained and experienced. They use the latest tools & technologies and regularly update their skills to provide the best possible, contemporary dental care for you.