Cleaning & Prevention

Exams, Cleaning, X-Rays, & Sealants

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DIGITAL DENTAL X-RAYS

X-rays are used to help dentists determine what cannot be identified with the naked eye.

DENTAL SEALANTS FOR KIDS

Tooth decay and cavities are a common problem for kids around the globe. If untreated, they can lead to infection and painful treatments.

NIGHT GUARDS

Many individuals grind or clench their teeth while asleep and are not even aware they are doing so.

ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

The nerves underneath your teeth can sometimes become infected.

TOOTH IMPLANTS AND BONE GRAFTING

Dental implants involve a number of steps. For some patients, bone grafting may be necessary in order to maximize the success of their dental implant surgery.

DENTAL FILLINGS

Fillings are among the most common dental procedures and are nothing to worry about.

DENTAL CROWNS

Damaged teeth can be painful and may change the appearance of your smile.

TOOTH EXTRACTIONS

Wisdom teeth are extracted to prevent or correct problems in the mouth.

BRIGHTEN YOUR TEETH

Thanks to advancing technology in the world of cosmetic dentistry, you can restore your natural tooth shade and go even whiter with the transformational process known as Teeth Whitening.

CUSTOM FITTED DENTURES

Are your natural teeth damaged, weakened or missing?

PORCELAIN VENEERS

Broken, discolored or misshaped teeth can lower your confidence and self-esteem when smiling in public.

FILLINGS REPAIRING BROKEN TEETH SAFELY

Fillings are among the most common dental procedures and are nothing to worry about.

THUMB SUCKING

At Sheridan Cyrus Dentistry, we’ve got a number of small dental appliances to help with thumb sucking.

GUM REDUCTION SURGERY

For most people, self-confidence stems from physical appearance and the smile is a critical aspect of one’s appearance.

TOOTH DESENSITIZATION

There is nothing worse than being unable to enjoy the foods and drinks you love.

DENTAL BRIDGES

Are you missing teeth affecting your bite and preventing you from smiling?

DENTAL CONSULTATIONS

Dental Consultations, understanding different types before you book.

CLEANING SCALING

It is important to have your child visit the dentist before there is a problem with his or her teeth.

General Dentistry

General dentistry addresses both preventive and restorative care for your family’s smile needs. It encompasses a wide range of services including:

Oral Hygiene Instruction:
Proper oral hygiene is the most effective means of preventing dental problems such as cavities and gum disease

Preventative Care Visits:
Preventative care visit are essential to maintaining a healthy smile. Healthy patients should have their teeth cleaned and examined every six months in order to encourage healthy smiles and address oral health problems while they are smaller and simpler to correct.

Dental Fillings:
A dental filling is used to restore the portion of a tooth that has been damaged by decay. Fillings return both form and function to the afflicted tooth.

Root Canal:
A root canal removes diseased nerve tissues inside of a tooth before the tooth is no longer functional.

Sedation Dentistry:
Your pain and anxiety are kept under control as you remain in a safe and light level of sedation throughout your dental procedure.

Children’s Dentistry:
Establishing good oral hygiene habits at a young age is important for empowering your child with a healthy smile as they grow up.

TMJ Treatment:
Temporomandibular joint disorder can cause headaches, muscle pain and complications opening and closing your jaw. Thankfully we have non-surgical therapies that can help.

Wisdom Teeth Removal:
Wisdom teeth sometimes cause pain, infection, or crowding of your other teeth. A simple exam is all that you need to find out whether or not your wisdom teeth need to be removed.

Periodontal Maintenance Program

Brilliant Dentistry offers a periodontal maintenance program that minimizes the unnecessary expense of a periodontist. Our service is multidisciplinary which optimizes your outcome.

 

Cavitron ®: a unique cleaning system for sensitive teeth

Cavitron ® is a state-of-the-art ultrasonic scaling system used to clean teeth. The machine uses oscillating sound waves to produce gentle vibrations that vibrate plaque and tartar off the teeth. An ultrasonic scaler allows our hygienist to thoroughly remove calculus from your teeth in a way that is very gentle, producing minimal or no damage to your teeth and tooth roots which is critical. Ultrasonic scalers use ultrasound to remove calculus deposits from your teeth more effectively. As well as removing stains, Cavitron ® can be used for other treatments including: cleaning orthodontic brackets, dentures and implants.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Will I need an X-ray at each visits?

The frequency of dental X-rays will depend on your oral health. If you have good oral health and overall health and have not had cavities for a few years, then you most likely will not require X-rays at each appointment. However, if you have cavities, a history of periodontal disease, or other oral issues, you more require X-rays more often.

How can I find a new dentist and get my records transferred?

You will need to begin by thinking about your needs. For example, proximity. You may want to consider how close the dental practice is to your house. Turn to your friends and family for recommendations when it comes to finding a dentist. Also, do not to forget to check out reviews websites such as Google and Yelp to gain insight into patient testimonials and satisfaction.

Once you have selected a new dentist, you can request a copy of your records which will be transformed from your previous dentist.

How can I get my records transferred?

Original dental records belong to the dentist who provided the treatment, and not the patient, because dentists have to keep all of their records for a period of time, as set out by their provincial dental regulatory body. Once you have selected a new dentist, you can request that a copy of your records be transferred from your former dentist.

You may be required to sign a release form from your former dental office and you may also be charged an administrative fee for having your records copied and sent to another dental office. If you have questions about the records transfer process in your province, ask your dentist or contact the provincial dental regulatory body.

When should my child's first dental visit take place?

Children need to begin seeking dental care early on. This will teach your child that visiting the dentist is a regular part of health care. According to the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) children should visit a dentist within six months of the eruption of their first too

When should I take my child to the dentist for the first time?

It’s important to get an early start on dental care, so that your child will learn that visiting the dentist is a regular part of health care. The first step is to choose a dentist for your child.

It may be your own dentist or one who specializes in treating children (called a pediatric dentist). Once you have selected a dentist, call the office to find out at what age he or she prefers to see child patients for the first time. CDA encourages the assessment of infants, by a dentist, within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age.

It’s important to make the first visit a positive experience for your child – one reason why it’s best to visit before a problem develops. If you think there is a problem, however, take your child to the dentist right away, no matter what age.

If you are a nervous dental patient, ask your spouse or another family member to take the child for the appointment. If your child senses that you are nervous, he or she may feel nervous too. When you talk to your child about going to the dentist, explain what will happen without adding things like “it won’t hurt” or “don’t be scared.”

Be sure to get an early start on regular dental care at home. Start cleaning your child’s mouth with a soft damp cloth before teeth come in and continue with a soft toothbrush once he or she has a first tooth. Limit the number of sugary treats you give your child, and focus on healthy food choices from the very beginning.

How do in-office and at-home whitening kits vary?

Professional teeth whitening is the safest, most effective and efficient way to whiten your teeth. Our dentists are highly trained and equipped to perform this procedure or provide custom-made whitening trays. Over-the-counter whitening products are less effective and are accompanied by risks.

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