Where Can I Get Specialized Dental Care and Surgery In Newmarket?

Maintaining optimal oral health sometimes requires specialized dental care or dental surgery

Keeping your mouth healthy is critical to your overall health. Good oral health practices and regular checkups by a dentist helps prevent cavities, bad breath, gum disease, and more. But sometimes we need specialized dental care or dental surgery. If and when the need arises, you need to know where there’s a dental office in Newmarket that provides these services.

There are different special oral health conditions and treatments we commonly see and provide:

  • Orthodontics. Malocclusion of the teeth, aka tooth misalignment, can be more troubling than affecting the aesthetics of your smile. Crooked, twisted, or overlapping teeth can interfere with how you chew your food, increase the risk of tooth decay, and can put unnecessary strain on your jaws and neck. Orthodontic services can straighten out the situation.
  • Wisdom teeth. When you hear the words, “wisdom teeth”, you may think it’s a rite of passage for teenagers and young adults. Contrary to popular belief, wisdom teeth problems are not restricted to the young when the four hindermost molars in your mouth can become impacted and cause swelling of the gums, headaches, and infections. In such cases, removing them is advisable.
  • Dental implants. If you’re missing a tooth or a few teeth, you may need a dental implant. Dental implants are artificial titanium roots that are inserted into your jawbone. They can be an alternative to dentures or dental bridges. After having implants inserted into your mouth, an oral surgeon will affix a crown or veneer to it that looks like the original tooth.
  • Periodontal disease. Also known as gingivitis, in its early stages, periodontal disease can be a mild affliction with no symptoms. It can develop into a more severe condition known as periodontitis or gum disease that causes bleeding and inflammation of the gums. If left untreated, it can lead to tooth loss.
  • Oral surgery. Other than wisdom teeth removal or dental implants, oral surgeries range from corrective jaw surgery and endodontistry (root canal) to any corrective oral surgery affecting the mouth, jaws, head, neck, or face.
  • Dental care for patients with health care issues. For people with existing medical conditions who are undergoing treatment for ailments such as cancer, heart conditions, or other immuno-compromised issues, we will work closely with your physician to ensure you receive high-quality oral care that does not interfere with your treatments and recovery.

Do you have questions or concerns about your teeth and overall oral health? Give us a call. We can address any concerns you may have, and help you get that stunning smile you’ve always wanted.

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