What sets Cloverdale Dental Group apart from other dental practices? We believe that it’s our exceptionally high service levels, expertise and professional care. To find out more, review what our patients say or visit our dental practitioner’s page.
There is no secret to a bright and healthy smile, all you need is to brush, floss and get a professional dental exam once in every 6 months. Regular dental exams will not only prevent existing problems to worsen but can also possibly identify and prevent a problem in its early stage to occur by proper treatment.
When it comes to dental care that meets your preferences, you can’t go wrong with our practice. We invite you to come in and enjoy the best of modern dentistry and professional care.
Our specialized dental services includes:
Strong oral habits start at a young age. Children as young as 6 months old should learn the importance of proper brushing and flossing, as well as visiting a children’s dentist in Etobicoke. Visiting a pediatric dentist in Etobicoke can ensure your child’s teeth are growing well and there are no oral health concerns such as tooth decay from bottles or pacifiers, extra teeth, deep grooves, and bad brushing techniques. Additionally, as children grow older, dentists will professionally...Read More
Wisdom teeth can be extremely painful. These four teeth located in the back of the mouth can cause great pain and damage if they are not removed. In many cases, extracting these teeth is necessary as they do not grow properly and erupt out of the gums incorrectly. This can cause significant problems in the mouth such as damage to the jaw and serious infections. Wisdom Teeth Removal Procedure The process to remove these teeth will vary depending...Read More
Cloverdale Dental is a fully-equipped digital X-ray clinic that can provide you with all of your dental needs. Digital X-rays are an important aspect of your dental check-ups. A single bitewing X-ray allows your dentist to see your teeth and gums from a more detailed perspective. It removes the fallibility of human eyes and reduces the room for errors. Oftentimes, dentists use dental X-rays to detect cavities, bone loss, hidden dental structures such as wisdom teeth, and such...Read More
A lost tooth can be found again with a visit to Cloverdale Dental Group’s dental implant dentists. Whether you’ve just lost a tooth or have been missing one for a while, a dental implant specialist can help you find the solution for the gap in your smile. There are a variety of dental implants, but most follow the same basic structure of ceramic and porcelain crowns with titanium posts. A dental implant specialist will place the implant. When...Read More
Make your first impression count with a bright and beautiful smile! Nothing makes a better first impression than a bright and beautiful smile! That is why Cloverdale Dental Group in Etobicoke provides a full spectrum of cosmetic dentistry in Etobicoke. Cosmetic dentistry can give you that beautiful smile to boost your confidence. It is an ideal way to remove the effects of coffee drinking, teeth grinding, and general wear and tear on teeth. It can range from the...Read More
Oral sedation Dentistry is a procedure that involves oral sedative drugs to facilitate dental procedure and reduce patients anxiety related to the experience so that the patient may feel more at ease during procedures. Anxiolysis, light sedation, is achieved with a mild sedative in small doses, leading to an anxiety-free, comfortable state of consciousness. Higher doses are used to help people reach moderate sedation, a state in which an individual’s level of consciousness is slightly depressed but they...Read More
Traditional metal and wire braces are still one of the most common form of orthodontics, but the field has expanded to include invisible braces and aligners. As professional orthodontists Etobicoke we provide treatments that are done to alter the position of the teeth to improve a patient’s bite, functionality, and esthetics. While some may think of orthodontic treatment as cosmetic dentistry, aligning teeth into the proper position can actually have a profound effect on the overall health of...Read More
We’ve all done it, smiled at the mirror, holding up a piece of fresh white tissue paper, trying to see how our teeth measure up. If you weren’t happy with your last comparison, it may be time to visit our teeth whitening clinic. Clinic for teeth whitening treatments and consultation. Tooth whitening is an instant way to improve your smile. A bright white smile makes one look younger, happier, and healthier. A smile is one of the first...Read More
Emergency dental care is most likely the most important service a dental clinic can provide. A large majority of dental needs are unplanned and unexpected, so a walk-in dental clinic that you not only rely on but can trust as well, which is an important aspect of your dental health. Our clinic sets aside time every day for dental emergencies, providing a wide array of dental services on short notice, specifically available for clients with dental pain, bleeding...Read More
Dentures are often associated with aging, but this is not always the case. Many people are familiar with the term, but what are dentures really, and how do you know if you need them? As you age, your teeth are susceptible to weakening which can cause pain, discomfort, and loss. Sometimes, it can have nothing to do with your age at all, as is the case for treating congenitally missing teeth. An dental accident, severe enamel erosion, cavities...Read More
Dental care is one of the most important, yet often overlooked, parts of taking care of your health as you age. Your teeth are with you throughout your life, and as with the rest of your body, they slowly start to show signs of aging. Preventive measures are crucial to not only retaining your body’s youthfulness, but also to ensuring less discomfort and pain. The enamel, for example, may break down over time, causing tooth sensitivity and limiting...Read More
Crowns and bridges are the most standard dental restoration work in dentistry. Like a dental implant, crowns and bridges can help restore lost or severely damaged teeth, giving you back the smile that you love. When a dental crown procedure is done correctly, they will, blend with the natural teeth, have ideal contacts with the neighboring tooth and fit ideally when chewing against the opposing teeth. Dental crowns and bridges typically last at least five years, and sometimes...Read More
Older fillings are made of metal amalgam, whereas white tooth fillings are made from composite resin material, combined with either glass or quartz for strong, realistic-looking teeth. Composite filling is not only durable but are also more resistant to pressure and crack formation from chewing than the metal traditional fillings. Though called white fillings, it is more accurate to refer to these as tooth-coloured fillings or composite resins, as the dentist will ensure each filling mixture is shaded...Read More
TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, the joints connecting the skull and jawbone. They are used in countless movements of the mouth, as in eating, speaking, and even smiling. Many conditions may affect the joints and nearby muscles and ligaments. These conditions are often grouped together and called TMJ or more accurately, TMD. Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD) are actually quite common and may present in a wide array of symptoms. Mild symptoms, such as frequent pops and clicks, to...Read More
Intraoral cameras are revolutionizing dentist-patient communication. Patients can feel more at ease and confident in their treatment if they understand the diagnoses made by the dentist. A small wand, about the size of a pen, contains a camera connected to a computer in the dentist’s examination room. Waving the wand through the mouth yields a full-colour photo of the mouth and teeth, including all of the nooks and crannies, magnified thirty times over. The dentist can play this...Read More
Healthy gums are essential for healthy teeth. Periodontal disease, also called Periodontitis, is a very serious gum infection that is the biggest cause of tooth loss in people over 40. However, periodontal treatment, through at-home care and by your dental provider, helps to remove harmful bacteria from the gums and aims to prevent further infection. Periodontal gum diseases may be as mild as inflammation to as severe as bone and tissue damage which could lead to tooth loss....Read More