Dental Treatment

Fixing Cavities without Drilling

St Lawrence Dentistry can now stop some cavities without the use of the dental drill. This exciting process is called ‘Resin Infiltration’ and can be used for small cavities in between teeth. The product used to accomplish this process is simple to use and is called ‘ICON’ which stands for ‘infiltration concept’. Resin infiltration is

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Signs of A Dead (Non Vital) Tooth

When people hear of the phrase dead tooth, they often think of Halloween or something ominous. It is widespread and fortunately easily treated if attended to early. A  dead or non-vital tooth is a tooth that has no access to blood flow. A healthy tooth contains pulp tissue in the center of the tooth. Pulpal

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What Is Interceptive Orthodontics?

St. Lawrence Dentistry sees many children which benefit from early orthodontic treatment. There is a common misconception that children should start orthodontic treatment when all the permanent teeth have erupted, usually around 12 to 14 years of age. According to the American Academy of Orthodontics, children should be seen for an orthodontic assessment by age

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Types of Gingivitis

Treatment of gingivitis is a major focus of St. Lawence Dentistry. Gingivitis is inflammation of the gum tissue. It arises from bacteria in the gum and can occur at any age but most frequently arises in adolescents. It requires the presence and maturation of dental plaque to exist. Gingivitis is diagnosed by bleeding and by

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What is Fluorosis and How Do You Deal With It?

In Mississauga we are fortunate to have access to many cavity preventing products. Using fluoride on our teeth can help strengthen them and protect from dental decay. This is why most local water supplies have added fluoride. Fluoride is a cavity preventing chemical that has the greatest benefit when used at the right concentration. The

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Dental Recession

Dental Recession is a common treatable condition often seen at St. Lawrence Dentistry. In health the gum (gingival) margin normally extends about 1mm above the ‘cementoenamel junction’ or ‘CEJ’. This is a slightly visible anatomical border identified on a tooth. The CEJ is the location where the enamel, which covers the anatomical crown of a

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Root End Procedures Can Save Teeth

Do you have a tooth which has already had root canal treatment and is still having issues? This tooth may be a candidate for a ‘root end procedure’ or ‘apical surgery’. St. Lawrence Dentistry has saved many teeth through this very useful technique. ‘Root end procedure’ is actually an umbrella term for 3 separate procedures

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