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Welcome back to Sherway Dentistry.

We're thrilled to share good news with you! We were given the go ahead by regulatory authorities allowing us to resume seeing patients at the office for all dental appointments. This includes fillings, crowns, hygiene, orthodontics, Invisalign, cosmetic procedures, dentures, etc.

We've made significant changes to how we manage patient flow and our office protocols for patient treatment - all with the sole purpose of ensuring you and your dental team remain safe by minimizing the risk of spreading the virus. These changes include physical barriers, allowing one person in the waiting room at a time, closed treatment rooms when required, air purifiers, enhanced PPE for patients and staff, and more.

There are new guidelines for patients as well. These include pre-screening before your appointment, hand hygiene, wearing a mask, and maintaining physical distancing. Details will be shared with you before your visit and also on our new COVID/Patient Safety page on our website.

We're excited about the changes to make your visit as safe and convenient as possible.

Our team is contacting all patients to reschedule missed appointments. If you need an appointment immediately, kindly contact the office at 416.639.2546, and we'll get you in as soon as possible. As you can imagine, we have a backlog of cancelled appointments from mid-March and your continued patience and understanding is truly appreciated as we get back and into a new routine at the clinic.


Thank-you for your patience, understanding, and words of support during the closure. We can't wait to see you again soon!

Sincerely,

Dr Tuli, Dr Pavelic, Dr Haroun, Cori, and the rest of the team at Sherway Dentistry

New Patients & Emergencies Welcome! 416.639.2546
sherway dentistry - Location 190 Sherway Dr., Suite 302 (third floor) | Etobicoke, ON M9C 5N2

Why Patients Choose Dental Implants from Their Dentist in Etobicoke

Any type of oral condition, including the loss of a permanent tooth, should be treated by your trusted dentist. When a tooth is lost, it is important to address the space that has been created in the smile. Even if this space is located in the back of the mouth, there are implications to tooth loss that can affect oral health and appearance. Missing teeth may be replaced with bridgework, a customized denture appliance, or dental implants. We encourage patients near Etobicoke to schedule a consultation at Sherway Dentistry to explore their options for long lasting tooth replacement.

Tooth replacement with a bridge or denture focuses on the restoration of appearance and function. Either form of care lacks the replacement of the tooth root. Dental implant treatment has been designed to replace the roots of missing teeth, restoring every aspect of the tooth to replicate natural structure as closely as possible. The stability and functionality that come from dental implant treatment is so high that most people cannot tell the difference between restorations and natural teeth.

The process of implant treatment takes several months but only a few dental visits in our Etobicoke dental practice. The majority of the time involved in implant treatment exists in the osseointegration phase in which healthy bone tissue fuses around the inserted implant posts. Planning and placement of implants is very straightforward, completed using the latest diagnostics and imaging that show us exactly where implants should be placed for optimal results. When we insert implants, we do so with a gentle hand and precision technique that our patients find very comfortable. To improve the overall experience we can combine the use of nitrous oxide for relaxation with local anesthetic for numbing.

Why Implants?

There are several reasons patients choose dental implants over other forms of tooth replacement. Not only does the entire implant restoration look and feel like natural structure, this is the only option that preserves the bone.

When tooth loss occurs, the stimulation needed by underlying bone disappears. Without this stimulation, the bone no longer regenerates and, over time, it erodes. In the first 18 months following tooth loss, a great deal of bone resorption occurs, but degeneration continues at a slower rate for an indefinite period of time, or until stimulation is restored via dental implant placement.

We offer safe, straightforward treatment to patients facing tooth loss. Learn more about dental implants in your consultation at Sherway Dentistry.

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