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To Our Valued Patients

Upon recommendation by the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, our office is suspending all non essential and elective dental treatment effective immediately. Emergency dental treatment will only be provided after a rigorous screening protocol both on the initial telephone contact and in office.

Please contact Dr. Vlahos at 905-483-1574 to initiate the screening process and discuss the nature of your emergency. Thank you for your understanding.

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Choosing a Suitable Toothbrush

These days, choosing a toothbrush is a more difficult task than it once was. The choice isn’t just between electric and manual, or blue or green. Each brand offers a selection of colours, styles, and bristles making it difficult to pick the right one. While the colour of your toothbrush may matter to you, it’s […]

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Caring for Your Child’s Teeth

When at a young, tender age, children depend on their parents or guardians to care and provide for them in every aspect including looking after their general physical health. When it comes to dental care, there are so many methods to protect your child’s teeth and gums in addition to brushing and flossing.  Depending on […]

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Braces vs. Invisalign

When looking at the effectiveness of braces versus that of clear aligner therapy (Invisalign), we see that each method has its pros and its cons when it comes to doing it’s job- shifting teeth into place. Factors including efficiency and oral hygiene are among the few that an orthodontist may consider when choosing which method […]

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3D Printing in Dentistry — The Future

Over the past twenty years, it is no doubt that society has undergone extensive technological advancements within almost every industry- and the dental industry is no exception. An extremely helpful tool that cosmetic dentists, oral surgeons, orthodontists and pretty much any professional within the field can benefit from is three-dimensional printing. Growth and improvements in […]

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What You Need To Know About Gingivitis

Ask yourself, do your gums sometimes become sensitive, swell or even bleed when you brush and floss? Well then it’s a possibility that you have gingivitis, and you’re not alone. According to the Canadian Dental Hygienist Association, around 50% of Canadians have gingivitis, and many of them don’t even realize it. What Is Gingivitis? Healthy […]

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