Dental Treatments

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General and Preventive Dental Treatments

One of the dental treatments that we offer is Dental Exams. Regular dental exams are a critical part of preventive health care and very important dental treatment. The dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth during a dental exam and check for cavities and gum disease. In addition, the exam includes evaluating your risk of developing other oral problems and checking your face, neck, and mouth for abnormalities. A dental exam might also include dental X-rays (radiographs) or other diagnostic procedures.

Your dentist or hygienist will likely discuss your diet and oral hygiene habits and might demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques. Other topics might include lifestyle factors affecting oral health and possible cosmetic improvements to your teeth.

Regular dental exams help protect not just your oral health but also your overall health. For instance, signs and symptoms of some systemic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and diabetes, might show up in the mouth first. If your hygienist or dentist finds disease indications, they will suggest that you see your doctor. Also, the exam gives your dentist a chance to provide tips on caring for your teeth and detect oral health problems early — when they are most treatable.

Oral hygiene is the aspect of dental care that covers keeping your teeth and gums as clean and healthy as possible and free of disease. Regular brushing and flossing daily to clean in between your teeth helps to ensure your smile will last a lifetime. Good oral hygiene cannot be exaggerated, as gum disease is the biggest cause of tooth loss. Gum disease is mostly preventable with a good hygiene regime. It can also help to prevent bad breath, gingivitis, and periodontists.

In order to preserve your dental health in between appointments with your dentist and dental hygienist, we advise using fluoride toothpaste and brushing at least twice a day for two minutes each time. Additionally, to help clean in between your teeth where your toothbrush just does not fit, use floss on interdental sticks once a day.

If you are like most people, you have probably muddled through life without regular visits to the dentist, and you know the price you had to pay for it. Waiting for oral health issues to progress is always a big mistake because they cause pain and discomfort and usually cost a lot.

Now that you have started a family, you wouldn’t want your children to go through the same thing. One of the dental treatments that we offer is Family Dentistry. So having a family dentist may be the best decision you could make for your whole family.

Oral health is highly important. Besides having a great smile, oral hygiene reduces the chances of infections, heart disease, and even cancer. It is a crucial part of your and your family’s overall health and wellness.

While you may feel that a pediatric dentist would be much more suitable for your kids, a family dentist has the qualifications to take excellent care of their oral health.

family dentist is a dental practitioner who treats patients of all ages, from kids to adults. They offer a wide array of treatments, such as dental checkups, cleaning, examinations, fillings, x-rays, fluoride treatments, and sealants.

Your family deserves a professional family dentist who will not only maintain but improve your oral health.

We at Dental Land strive to provide the most comfortable and safest dental care for your children. One of the greatest blessings from nature is a smiling child, and our Toronto dentist practice works hard to maintain your children’s healthy, bright, and large grins. The oral health of your children is equally as vital as their general health. A happy, healthy, and growing baby is dependent on having a healthy mouth and gut.

One of the dental treatments that we offer is Pediatric Dentistry. Dental Land wants to provide the best care for kids in Toronto. Most kids don’t like going to the doctor or dentist, especially the dentist. We promise to make your child’s first trip to the dentist fun! Our caring and experienced dentist is reassuring, and our beautifully decorated clinic makes your child feel warm and welcome. This makes every trip to the dentist for your child relaxing, comfortable, and fun. We give your kids a fun introduction to the world of dentistry.

Our Toronto pediatric dentistry makes it easier for kids to feel good about their dental health. It’s important to know that the first visit to the dentist is the first step toward good health. Dental Land takes care of your child’s teeth as they grow and change during childhood. If you go to the dentist regularly, you will be able to catch any problems early. Your child’s dental health will be better overall if any problems are taken care of quickly. Dental Land is proud to offer a clean, friendly, caring, and fun environment that makes going to the dentist a positive experience.

If you have any questions about oral health, feel free to call us today for a free consultation with one of our Dental Land team members. Then, you can be sure that your child’s dental health is in good hands.

Tooth extraction is the final dental treatment for a tooth that a dentist cannot treat in any other way. Most often, wisdom teeth cause problems due to crowding and misalignment and demand tooth extraction. Therefore, it is always a healthy habit to visit your dentist regularly, at least twice a year, even if you do not have any pain or discomfort in your oral cavity. Depending upon the tooth’s position, the dentist will decide if a simple extraction will do the job or if you need a surgical extraction.

Like in the case of wisdom teeth, in most cases, patients need a surgical extraction. When you visit Dental Land, our team of credible dentists will carry out a comprehensive oral examination. Even you may need an advanced CAT scan to spot the exact position of the impacted tooth that needs extraction. A Comprehensive assessment will allow our dentist to safely plan and perform a tooth extraction in Toronto. Our clinic strictly follows sterilization and hygiene measures to ensure our patients’ health while carrying out any dental procedure.

Insufficient oral space often prevents the wisdom teeth from erupting correctly and developing to their full potential. When this occurs, the tooth may become impacted—that is, locked in an unfavourable or possibly dangerous position. Untreated, impacted wisdom teeth can result in infection, crowding of neighbouring teeth, and perhaps cysts or tumours. A wisdom tooth infection can be extremely painful and dangerous. Therefore, dental care is crucial.

How Will This Process Be Done?

Usually, the wisdom tooth extraction procedure lasts less than an hour. If you are afraid of pain in this dental surgery, our dentist will use local anesthesia, so there is no pain. Our experienced dentist does her best to provide the most comfort with no or less pain. In case you are going to have more than one wisdom tooth removed, our dental surgeons will consider general anesthesia for you. As a result, you will sleep during the whole oral surgery and not feel anything. Of course, this case is so rare.

If it is difficult to remove the wisdom tooth since bones cover it, the dental specialists will apply dental surgery to open the tissue in your gum. Sometimes, the dentist must remove the tooth by cutting it into smaller pieces during surgery. Then, stitching your gum tissue may be needed at the final stage. And, if your gum is still bleeding, the dentist will use a kind of special cotton gauze to help stop the bleeding. You should calm down and bite this gauze gently. Also, consider changing the gum any time it is soaked. After surgery, if you are constantly bleeding, it is better to consult your surgeon.

If the tooth’s root has inflammation or damage due to any reason, you will experience swelling, severe pain, and even bleeding in some extreme cases. However, sometimes a person does not share any of the above symptoms until the root has been completely damaged and the tooth is ni longer restorable by any treatment other than root canal therapy. We at Dental Land offer the best root canal therapy in Toronto. Root canal treatment will remove the damaged nerves and conserve the significantly infected tooth.

One should never ignore any pain in the oral cavity. Untreated abscesses will develop swelling causing severe pain, and the tooth might ultimately fall out or need an extraction. If you are in Toronto, visit Dental Land, where our team of qualified endodontists will assess your tooth in pain and suggest root canal treatment before it is too late. We will take care of your dental needs with 100% satisfaction guaranteed. After conducting a visual examination of your infected teeth, we will do an X-Ray to specify the shape of the root, which will lead the way to effective root canal treatmentRoot canal therapy may require a couple of visits to complete.

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry concerning dental pulp and tissues surrounding the roots of a tooth. Root canal treatment, or endodontic treatment, treats the soft pulp tissue inside the tooth. A dentist who specializes in saving teeth is an endodontist. By saving your tooth, an endodontist can help you keep your natural smile, so you can continue to eat your favourite foods and maintain your overall health. Nothing looks and feels or functions like your natural tooth!

Endodontists become specialists by completing two or more years of advanced training in endodontics following dental school. They perform routine as well as difficult and very complex endodontic procedures, including root canal treatmentendodontic surgery, and special procedures to save teeth after traumatic dental injuries. By focusing their practise on specific procedures such as root canal treatment, surgery, and trauma, endodontists are experts at efficiently managing a wide array of complex endodontic problems. In addition, advanced technologies and specialized techniques used by endodontists give them a very accurate view of the inside of the tooth and allow them to treat the tooth quickly and comfortably.

Periodontal or gum disease is an infection of the tissues that surround and support your teeth, including inflammation and infection of gums, ligaments, and bones. It is a leading cause of tooth loss in Canadian adults, and studies indicate that at least 75% of North Americans over age 35 have some form of periodontal disease. Gingivitis (gums inflammation) and periodontitis (gums and bone disease) are the two main forms of periodontal disease.

Good oral hygiene and regular dental examinations are essential in preventing and detecting gum disease – which sometimes develops without any warning signs and can remain undetected until it becomes severe.

We are pleased to use soft tissue laser in our periodontal therapy procedure to reduce your trauma during treatment and hasten your recovery. Make time for regular periodontal disease tests and exams to ensure that your oral health remains at its peak.

What is a Dental Emergency?

Not every single dental problem should be considered an emergency dental treatment. To determine whether it can wait or if you need to see an emergency dentist in Toronto as soon as possible, consider the following questions:

  • Have you lost a tooth? If treated quickly, dentists could potentially save the tooth.
  • Are you experiencing severe pain? Bleeding and severe pain mean that it is time to visit the emergency dentist.
  • Do you have an infection? Swelling or knots on the gums or swollen faces may signal an infection. A serious infection or an abscess in your mouth could be potentially life-threatening and need treatment as soon as possible.
  • Do you have loose teeth? Even without pain, a loose tooth signals a serious problem.
  • Is your mouth bleeding? This could be a sign that you need dental emergency care.

Overall, any dental issue requiring immediate dental treatment to alleviate serious pain, stop bleeding, or save a tooth is an emergency. Furthermore, any infections that could be life-threatening are dental emergencies.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Dentures are artificial replacements for your natural teeth and gums. For example, if an accident, illness or poor oral health care causes you to have only a few healthy teeth or none at all, your dentist might suggest dentures to replace your missing teeth. For any type of denture, your dentist makes a model of your teeth by taking impressions. Then, dentists use the models to custom-make your dentures to ensure that you will regain your chewing function and that they are comfortable.

Dental Land provides full and partial prostheses. We advise you to schedule a consultation if you are lacking teeth in order to determine whether dentures are the best choice.

What Does an Orthodontist Do?

Orthodontists use fixed and removable dental devices, like braces, retainers, and bands, to change the position of teeth in the mouth. They treat dental abnormalities, including:

  • Crooked teeth bite problems, like an overbite or an under-bite
  • Crowded teeth, or teeth that are too far apart
  • Jaw misalignment 

The goal of orthodontic care is to improve a patient’s bite. Straight and evenly spaced teeth will align with opposing teeth in the jaw. A healthy bite ensures you can eat, chew, and speak properly. In the past, seeing an orthodontist was associated with children or teenagers who needed braces. However, orthodontists can correct dental problems at any age.

Benefits of Orthodontics

Orthodontics has additional benefits over improving cosmetic appearance. The benefits of opting for straightening the teeth include:

  • Improvement of self-esteem
  • Improved function of teeth, including better chewing and clearer pronunciation and speech
  • Reduced risk of dental caries occurring due to the collection of food particles between the teeth
  • Reduced risk of gum injury and trauma due to overbites and malocclusion.


Invisalign® is the latest technology advancement that arms your dentist or orthodontist with tools to help you restore your smile. It eliminates the need to return to the office to adjust the wires. Instead, you pick up your new aligner from the office every couple of weeks.

These precisely fitted trays make tiny adjustments to the positioning of your teeth. No longer will you need to worry about elastic breaking and misplaced wire. Instead, when your prescribed treatment plan is over, you will have the straight and natural smile you always wanted.

Using the latest 3D imaging technology, our team will precisely measure the inside of your mouth to determine what type of teeth misalignment you have.

Instead, Invisalign® uses clear plastic (hence the name Invisalign®) aligners. The dentist places them inside your mouth over your teeth. You should wear these precisely measured and crafted trays for at least 22 hours a day. Your dentist does not permanently attach them to your teeth; you can remove them anytime.

Since they are removable, you can take them off to eat and enjoy your favourite foods. This is something that you are not able to do with traditional braces. You also can remove them to brush your teeth and to floss. Again, not worrying about food debris getting trapped between the wires and the brackets on your teeth.

Are you in search of a dental crown in Toronto? Dental Land is the place to be. One of the dental treatments that we offer is Dental Crowns. Dental crowns enhance your smile’s formation and health and protect your damaged teeth from further decay. Anyone suffering from chipped or decayed teeth should consider dental crowns to get themselves a perfect smile. A dental crown covers the broken or chipped tooth. Dental crowns are not only involved in cosmetic procedures but are also an essential part of oral health care.

When your tooth undergoes a root canal treatment, for instance, the nerves and the root are removed, making the tooth more prone to damage. In such cases, the tooth is covered with a crown to keep it safe from harm, providing its needed strength.

Similarly, dentists use crowns in dental bridges. The missing tooth is replaced with an artificial tooth, while the adjacent teeth are attached to the bridge via dental crownsDental crowns are made with the following:

  • Gold
  • Alloy
  • Porcelain
  • The cost and durability of dental crowns depend on the material used to craft them.

We at Dental Land offer dental bridges in Toronto, a restoration procedure that allows bridging the gaps between natural teeth. Dental bridges are essential dental treatments for patients who have lost one or more teeth. Missing teeth affect not just your smile but also your daily functioning. Chewing, eating, and speaking is difficult if you have missing teeth. You must replace missing teeth before the jaw bone and gums permanently lose their integrity. Dental bridges tend to improve overall dental health and appearance, positively impacting your personality.

If you have at least one tooth that needs a dental crown on either side of the gap created by your lost tooth, then you are eligible for a dental bridge. A dental bridge is an artificial tooth. Your dentist attaches it to each crown and fastens the whole structure in your oral cavity. A dental bridge is a permanent arrangement that one cannot remove and will help you maintain an attractive smile and confident personality. In addition, it will support your cheeks and lips and make the jawline appear solid and stable. Also, it will help your mouth to retain its shape while regaining the ability to pronounce clearly.

Teeth whitening is becoming increasingly popular because it helps people get a bright smile at a low cost. Everyone wants to show off a pretty smile to make a good first impression. Unfortunately, yellow, stained teeth are pretty embarrassing. In addition, they can make a person feel very bad about themselves in public. With our professional teeth whitening, we at Dental Land can help anyone get a bright and shiny smile again. We use advanced technology that is part of cosmetic dental treatments to whiten teeth in a more effective way and lasts longer than over-the-counter treatments.

Our teeth-whitening service in Toronto is not only useful, but it is also safe, quick, and not too expensive. Teeth can change colour and get stained because of age, what you eat, or a medical condition. A qualified dentist should take care of this problem for safe and effective results. No matter what makes your smile look dull, we promise to help you feel better about yourself by making your smile better.

A Dental filling is a restoration procedure used to replace tooth structure that has decay. They also repair fractured, broken, or severely worn teeth.

Dental fillings are from a variety of materials that will closely mimic the look and feel of the natural tooth, creating a restoration that is nearly indiscernible from the original tooth’s strength and appearance.

Dental fillings do not last forever, so it is essential that you visit us regularly for scheduled check-ups. Fillings can develop cracks or simply wear down due to chewing forces. The dentist monitors the integrity of your dental fillings during regular exams and will recommend replacing a filling if the dentist detects a problem.

If you are looking for an experienced dentist in Toronto for dental filling procedures, please call Dental Land.

One of the dental treatments that we offer is Dental Implants. Our services for dental implants in Toronto are a technique to treat anyone who has accidentally lost their teeth or for those who are suffering from any medical condition that calls for teeth extractions. Dental Land’s dental implant treatments are a permanent solution for all problems because of one or several missing teeth.

It is a lengthy process that gets efficiently carried out at Dental Land’s Clinic with 100% patient satisfaction. Unlike other teeth replacement procedures, dental implants do not affect neighbouring teeth in any shape or form. Thus, dental implant surgery is a safer procedure to opt for. Dental implants are a little bit expensive, but the implant can last you a lifetime if you take good care of them. Their cost varies depending upon the exact oral condition of a patient and other influential factors. To learn more about dental implants in Toronto and procedure costs, visit our implant specialists.

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