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Invisalign Etobicoke

Invisalign Etobicoke – Eatonville Dental

Invisalign Etobicoke braces uses new technology to offer you the straightest way to a great smile. These removable invisible aligners will straighten your teeth without anyone realising you are receiving orthodontic treatment. With Invisalign Etobicoke, offered at Eatonville Dental, there are no metal wires or brackets, only proven results. It is a comfortable and convenient…

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Eatonville Dental- Measuring the Gums

Whether you are a new patient at Eatonville Dental or you are in for your routine dental cleaning, you may hear your dentist or dental hygienist say, “today we will be measuring your gums.” This means that he or she is measuring the depth of the space between your tooth and gum. In dental terms,…

Fluoride in Dentistry

Fluoride is a mineral found in soil, water and various foods. It is used to prevent and/or reverse early tooth decay, and is sometimes referred to as vitamins for the teeth. It’s most significant function is inhibiting bacterial replication, the specific kind that causes cavities. Before a cavity forms, it starts out as a soft,…

CariVu Transillumination for Cavity Detection

At Eatonville Dental we are always trying to keep up with the latest technologies to offer our patients the highest quality of care possible. The latest addition we are pleased to offer our patients is our new CariVu Camera. WHAT IS CARIVU? The CariVu camera is an easy to use diagnostic device to detect caries…

Sedation Dentistry

If you are someone who only visits the dentist when you cannot get away without one, or if you see your dentist regularly but still have high anxiety, sedation dentistry may be the ideal treatment for you. Sedation dentistry can be used for everything from invasive procedures to a simple tooth cleaning. Sedation dentistry uses…

ANUG: Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis

ANUG In today’s busy world, many people are under a lot of stress, some even have acute anxiety. Under these conditions there is a predisposition for developing an oral condition called Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (ANUG), more commonly known as “trench mouth” for its common occurrence among soldiers in the trenches during World War I….