The Canadian and American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist at least twice each year for a checkup. At your checkup, we will inspect your soft tissues for oral cancer, periodontal disease, and other problems. The dentist will also look at each tooth in your mouth to assess problems like tooth decay or cracks, as well as old dental work. Sometimes old dental work wears out and needs to be replaced. We will be happy to replace metal fillings, inlays, onlays, and crowns with tooth-colored alternatives.
Our team combines the art of modern technology with impeccable service, it offers comfort with and experience. Our ATM neuromuscular training, implantology and aesthetic dentistry allows us to offer a dental treatment plan that combines beauty, comfort, health and longevity.
The space created by a missing tooth can cause other teeth to drift and grow crooked. A missing tooth can also contribute to jaw bone decay and gum collapse .To remedy all these consequences of missing teeth, dental implants can be recommended.
For orthodontic treatment in Montreal, the center can advise Tesolin Damon boxes 3. They will provide you a perfect dental aesthetics. Discover the features and benefits of these boxes.
A brighter smile could be yours today. Imagine! You’d look younger and more attractive immediately. Centre Dentaire Tesolin offers several methods of teeth whitening at his Montreal office. After consulting with you, he’ll be able to recommend the right type for your situation.
There is no doubt that snoring is a nuisance for you and for your partner. It can drive couples to fight and ultimately even lead them to sleeping apart. However, for some people snoring is more than just a nuisance. It is a sign of a dangerous, potentially deadly condition, known as obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition that disrupts your sleep, preventing you from getting rest and therefore leading to serious mental and physical health problems. In fact, sleep apnea has been shown to increase your risk of heart attack and/or death from cardiovascular disease by as much as 200%.
When the muscles in your jaw are aligned properly, your jaw is able to function and rest comfortably. However, when the nerves and muscles of your jaw are misaligned, your jaw may develop a temporomandibular joint dysfunction.