Additional Care

Additional Care

Sedation Dentistry

The general rule is to visit your dentist every six months to maintain optimal oral health. Check-ups and cleanings are essential to keep your teeth and gums healthy and to avoid plaque build-up that may lead to serious oral health complications. Aside from the oral issues that neglected teeth may cause, they can also be a financial burden later on. As cliche as it may sound, prevention is always better than cure.

Sleep Apnea & Snore Guards

If you snore loudly and are fatigued even after a full night’s sleep, you may be experiencing sleep apnea. This condition is a sleeping disorder in which breathing stops and begins repeatedly. Moreover, the symptoms include daytime sleepiness and restless sleep. Fortunately, our skilled dental team offers snore guards to help you have a good night’s sleep by reducing snore. The snoring guard’s goal is to shift your mouth forward, allowing your upper airway to open up.

TMJ Treatment

TMJ disorder is a condition that can cause intense pain in your jaw joint and the muscles responsible for jaw movement. If TMJ disorder is left untreated, it can cause a great deal of pain and discomfort. Chronic pain may lead to mental illnesses such as anxiety disorder and depression. Your Brampton dentist is dedicated to providing you TMJ treatment to alleviate the pain and symptoms. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, speak with our dentist as soon as possible:
  • Extreme pain in your jaw
  • Pain during chewing or difficulty in chewing
  • Facial pain
  • Sore facial muscles
  • The pain in and around the ear is excruciating
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Joint locking, making it hard to open or close the mouth
To learn more about our TMJ treatment in Gardenbrook dental, feel free to call us today and book an appointment.

Bone Grafting

A procedure that uses the transplanted bone to repair and rebuilt damaged bones is called bone grafting. Bone grafting can be used to mend bones practically anywhere on your body. Moreover, it is designed to promote natural bone growth and can be used for a wide range of purposes. In the field of dentistry, bone grafting is commonly used to build a strong foundation for dental implants or different restorative devices, prevent the development of gum disease, and enhance your overall smile’s appearance.