Non-Extraction Functinal Jaw Orthodontic (Braces) Treatment - Overbite / Deep Bite
This 12 year old boy had a large overjet with the lower jaw being held back due to an underdeveloped upper jaw. The upper and lower jaws are developed with n...
What are Porcelain #Inlays and Onlays? #Porcelain Inlays and #Onlays are restorative fillings that are made using different materials such as porcelain, gold or composite. Please contact #OasisDental on 905-876-2747 or visit www.oasisentalmilton.com #miltondentist
How to Continue Nursing When Your Baby Has Teeth
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends breastfeeding for a minimum of two years. However, most babies cut their first teeth within their first year. Mothers are often curious about how teething will affect their breastfeeding relationship. Will the baby bite? Will breastfeeding become uncomf
Dental Approaches to Treating Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
What is Bruxism? Bruxism is the the habitual or involuntary grinding of teeth. Bruxism can occur during the day. Most often, bruxism occurs during the night and is known as sleep bruxism. Sleep bruxism is stereotyped movement disorder that is grinding or clenching of the teeth during sleep.
An Introduction to Periodontics
Periodontics is a specialized area of dentistry that looks at the structures (bone, ligament and gum tissue) that hold our teeth in place. A periodontist is aspecialist in gums, bones and tissue that make up the infrastructure inside our mouths. A periodontist is an important provider of oral health
Bone grafting is used to provide guided bone regeneration after tooth loss. The bone we graft in order to repair implant sites reduced by gum disease, injuries or previous dental work may come from either a tissue bank or sections extracted from the patient’s jaw, hip or tibia (below the knee). We c