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DID YOU KNOW THAT? Dental Facts Brampton Dentist

Dentist in Brampton, Brampton Family Dentist– Teeth are the hardest substance in the body.
– Most tooth loss in people over age 35 is from Periodontal Disease
– The electric toothbrush first appeared in 1939.
– The first braces were constructed in 1728 in France.
– Teeth in a growing fetus begin to develop six weeks after conception.
– James Dean had no front teeth. He wore a bridge.

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WHAT IS DENTAL FLUOROSIS AND WHAT CAUSES IT? – Brampton Dentists

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Dental fluorosis is caused by excessive amounts of high concentration fluoride exposure during tooth development. It often appears as faint white streaks on enamel in most mild cases and in the most severe cases will appear as a brown mottled spots on the teeth. Usually it is a combination of fluoride sources which lead to the over exposure.  Children between the ages of 1 – 4 are at critical age of exposure. A child is no longer at risk after the age of 8 because all of the teeth have been developed already.
Since fluorosis is permanent and will not go away over time there are some ways to reduce its appearance. Most cases of fluorosis are mild and cannot be seen easily, but for more severe cases there are options such as bonding resin on fronts of teeth affected or veneers. Unfortunately, teeth whitening will often make the stains and white streaks have an almost chalky appearance which will still stand out from the regular tooth colour. The best way to find a solution which will work best for your specific case is to meet with a dental professional.
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Dental Sealants – Brampton Kids Dentist

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Sealants are a tooth coloured coating that is applied to the biting surface of the back teeth. The grooves on the top of the molars are very deep and is a good area for bacteria to live in and multiply. Even with great oral hygiene some of these areas will still get a cavity because the bristles of the tooth brush can not get to these deep areas. Dental sealants act as a barrier against decay-causing bacteria. 
When applied it fills in the pit and groves and makes a smooth surface.  Easy for a tooth brush to keep clean. The application of a sealant is quick, easy and painless. No drilling or freezing are required. Sealants also cost less than having a cavity filled. 
After having a sealant placed you should continue to brush and floss properly.
Following Canada’s Food Guide, which is low in sugar and high in nutrition, is recommended.
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INFORMATION ON GUM DISEASE

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Gum disease is an inflammatory condition that affects the soft tissue and bone around the teeth. Although it might have minimal or no symptoms, this disease is considered a serious health condition that may lead to tooth loss.
The best way to reduce your chances of having gum disease is to visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.
Some common warning signals of gum disease include:
Bleeding gums when brushing
Redness and swollen gums
Loose and/or separating teeth
Bad breath
Receding gums that make the teeth look longer
Change in your bite
Dentures that do not fit anymore
For more information or if you think you might be at risk of gum disease contact our office or be sure to ask one of our dental professionals at your next dental visit.
Dr. Elizabeth Dimovski and Associates – We Protect Your Smile!
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