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Dr. Elizabeth Dimovski Brampton Dentist 16th Anniversary

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Today on our 16th Anniversary we want to thank you for your confidence and trust in allowing us to take care of you and your family’s smiles! We have the best patients ever!!!!!

BRINGING AWARENESS TO ABUSE OF OLDER ADULTS

Jessica SAYS!

Definition – “A single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship of trust, that causes harm or distress to an older person.”

Elder abuse has become a domestic concern in Canada and the United States. People in the older populations are maintaining their dentition and seek care in dentistry. The dental practitioner is in a unique position to be aware of the obvious and subtle evidence of elder abuse. Two thirds of injuries sustained in abuse of older adults can be easily found during a routine oral examination. Over half of these injuries occur in the head and neck region. By 2026 every 5th Canadian will be older than 65 years. Elder abuse is complex and multiple factors may contribute. Some causes may include; Lack of understanding of needs and abilities. Discriminatory beliefs, including Ageism. Continuance of pre-existing abuse. A clear power and control imbalance.

Types of abuse include (and may also be criminal code offences); Physical, sexual, psychological, financial, neglect, violation of rights. Possible indicators may include; fear/ depression, visible cuts, scratches, bruises, swelling, burns, disclosure, difficulty walking/ standing, decrease in self-esteem, unable to meet expenses, suspicious looking signatures on cheques, a person showing unusual interest in the older adult’s financial affairs, malnourishment, missing dentures, glasses or hearing aides. Risk factors for being abused; Living alone; being socially isolated; having dementia. Older adults may not be able to communicate their abuse.

There is support for older adults facing abuse. Click on the link below for contact numbers and information. 

For more information feel free to contact our office.

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905-458-6620

Dr. Elizabeth Dimovski’s “Graham Vicars Scholarships” Recipients

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Dr. Dimovski and team would like to congratulate the recipients of Dr. Elizabeth Dimovski’s “Graham Vicars Scholarships.” Graham Vicars was one of our awesome patients. It was always a great pleasure having him come into the office as he always carried a smile that put a smile on our faces. In his memory there were eight scholarships given away (two $500.00 and six $100.00.) The scholarships were given away at a small reception held on December 20th, for the Vicars family, the recipients, their family and our team. 
 
It was a great pleasure having you all there, spending time with each and every one of you and hearing stories of your successes and your future plans. We are also glad that you enjoyed our entertainer, Magician Brandon David, as I am sure you are still sking “How did he do that? :)”
 
Victoria, Arfi, Christina, Vanessa, Manpreet, Ramsen, Britney and Katerina we wish you all great success and all the best in your future endeavours!
 
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SINGLE TOOTH IMPLANT

One of the best way to replace a missing tooth is by placing an implant. A dental implant is made mostly of titanium metal and it acts as an artificial root.  It is placed in the jaw bone and an artificial replacement tooth is attached to the implant. Especially in the aesthetic area (front teeth), placing an implant is usually the treatment of choice. Most front teeth are lost due to severe fractures, trauma, avulsed teeth in accidents or large cavities.
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The implant (part in the bone), in the photo above, was placed by our periodontist (dental specialist) and the crown (tooth part that is visible) by our dentist. The patient is very pleased with the outcome.
 
Implants can replace any missing teeth provided there is enough healthy bone and soft tissue to support the tooth. For more information The Canadian Dental Association has a site that explains the procedure and answers any questions you might have.
 
 
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