Are you happy with your smile?

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Many people avoid smiling and wearing a mask has been a perfect way to cover up a discoloured smile, or chipped, fractured, broken or missing teeth . The truth is, without a mask we may look in the mirror and be reminded of all the things we never liked about our teeth and smile! Or maybe during these crazy past two years, you let your oral care slide and your smile just needs to be checked and your teeth brightened!

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR LOYALTY AND SUPPORT

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Early on in my education, I decided that helping others with their oral care and dental health was what I wanted to do with my life. This was a time when very few women were practicing dentistry. I endured a challenging move from Poland to Canada and started my career practicing in the Toronto area. Eventually I opened my own practice in Burlington, Ontario – Maple Mews Dental!

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What is a Dental Xray?

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Many medical conditions require x-rays. Doctors use them for diagnosing broken bones, looking for problems with our organs, and also for prevention such as with mammograms. Like medical x-rays, dental radiographs are necessary for diagnosis to determine the best course of treatment for your teeth and surrounding bone.

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ORAL CANCER

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Early detection of all cancers is the key to having the best possible outcome. At Maple Mews Dental oral cancer screening is a part of your regular dental visit. We examine your lips, gums, tongue, throat and neck for unusual lumps and bumps and changes in tissue at every dental hygiene visit.

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How much sugar do you drink?

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You don’t eat candy and sugary treats but yet every time you visit the dentist, you have a cavity and you just can’t figure out why!!

Foods containing carbohydrates turned into bacteria. The bacteria generates acid by- products which slowly create holes in the teeth – a cavity! If not treated, holes become larger and can destroy the whole tooth – leading to tooth loss. One of the most common causes of tooth decay are sugary drinks – hot and cold!

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