Crown Your Smile! Top dental technique available at Gordon Street Dental – your restorative dentist in Guelph!
Many of our patients have had crown (or crown & bridge) treatment to restore their beautiful smiles. But many of you haven’t, and we often get questions about what a crown is and why we would place one. I’m glad to take a moment today to give you a general overview and let you knowread more
Before you read any further, let’s get something out of the way. Root canal treatment – an amazing dental technique that repairs and saves teeth – gets a bad rap. Despite its proven success, amazing outcome, and modern-day technique, I still hear patients ask me when treatment is completed, “Wow, is that it?!” This isread more
Did you know that about 60% of Canadians believe an attractive smile impacts their self-confidence? This was uncovered in a survey conducted by the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association. Perhaps that’s why we all like to keep our teeth their whitest and brightest … because we know how good it feels, the confidence it instills, andread more
Losing one or more teeth doesn’t have to spell the end of your healthy, beautiful, natural-looking smile. At Gordon Street Dental, your general dentist in Guelph, we’re in partnership with local specialists to rejuvenate and protect oral health for future years with dental implants. Did you know … if you happen to lose just oneread more
Once only for the stars in Hollywood, cosmetic dentistry in Guelph is now an attainable dream for all. At Gordon Street Dental, we can fix many smile concerns with proven techniques designed to restore the beauty and function of your smile. Our family-oriented dental practice has made it our mission to know our patients asread more
You may have periodontal disease and not even know it. We’re not trying to scare you, but … nearly half of adults have it. And many don’t know it. Also known as gum disease and “the silent killer,” it can lead to serious health conditions if allowed to progress. That’s why you can trust usread more
Did you know that three Canadians die every day from oral cancer? In fact more people die from oral cancers than either cervical or skin cancer. And because two-thirds of oral cancers are discovered in the late stages of the disease, prognosis is often poor. When discovered late, the 5-year survival rate is a frighteningread more