Periodontal Disease

Did you know that 75% of all adult tooth loss is due to periodontal disease? When your gums and the bone anchoring your teeth are damaged by periodontal infection, there is less support for your teeth.  Just as metal can turn to rust over time, the bone supporting your teeth can deteriorate.  As this support […]

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are replacement, or substitute tooth roots, used to replace natural tooth roots.  Dental implants are a component that integrate into the bone tissue of the jaw and support a prosthetic crown.  With the placement of dental implants that look, feel and function like natural teeth, your overall quality of life is enhanced. When

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Soft Tissue Grafting

A healthy tooth is surrounded by gum tissue, but sometimes gum tissue can breakdown in a process called recession, resulting in an exposure of the root surface. Gums can recede away from the teeth for a number of reasons, including: improper brushing, using a brush with hard bristles, trauma, genetics, orthodontics, or a strong frenum

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Crown Lengthening

The crown is the portion of the tooth above the gum line that can be seen when we smile.  If you have broken a tooth or have a deep filling or cavity, the tissues may need to be repositioned in order for your dentist to restore the tooth to its normal function and appearance in

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Oral Biopsy

If you have an area in your mouth that has been identified as abnormal, Dr. Fritz or Dr. Schuldt will examine the area and if necessary, perform a biopsy to diagnose.  Our team works closely with oral pathologists at Mount Sinai Hospital and Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto to analyse all specimens collected. Abnormal growth, pathology,

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In some instances, the muscle (frenum) that attaches the lip to the gum or the tongue to the floor of the mouth is too large or too strong.  This can cause the teeth to grow apart or prevent the teeth from coming together through orthodontic appliances, or even cause a speech impediment.  In these cases,

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Sedation Dentistry

We are aware of the anxiety that many people have when undergoing dental treatments.  While we promise not to bite, we are completely committed to keeping our patients as comfortable as possible.  For this reason, we work with a team of registered nurses to provide our patients with the option to undergo any and all

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