The most common cause of bad breath is bacteria on the tongue and the mouth. The bacteria produce rotten egg smell from sulfur compounds. The bacteria numbers go up and down throughout the day depending on what you eat and how long ago you brushed or performed any form of oral hygiene. Other reasons for bad breath are smoking, alcohol, reduced salivary flow etc.
Your Dentist and Dental Hygienist can help you with taking care of this embarrassing problem. The treatment usually begins with oral hygiene instruction and followed by thorough oral hygiene appointment to reduce bacteria in the mouth. Gum disease can also cause bad breath in the mouth.
At home to reduce halitosis,
1) Drink more water
2) Perform thorough oral hygiene twice everyday especially before going to bed.
3) Tongue scraping with a tongue scraper should be also included in your daily hygiene regimen. You can buy tongue scrapers from any shoppers drug mart in Etobicoke.
We have treated lots of patients with high dental anxiety with great success. We offer nitrous sedation at our office to reduce anxiety. Dr. Mangat also has a special skill with giving anesthetics which makes the needle almost painless.
Dr. Mangat also have a very calm and friendly demeanour which has helped lots of patients with high dental anxiety. He spends more time with patients to understand their concerns and explain to them their treatment options.
Original dental records do not belong to the patient, but they belong to the dentist who provided the treatment. The dentist has to keep all records for a period of time specified by the College of Dentistry.
To get a copy of the records transferred to our office, you have to sign x-ray and records release form at our dental office. With the release form, we can get your records transferred from your previous dental office. It is beneficial if you could come to the office and sign the release form prior to your first appointment so that our Dentist has clear understanding of your dental history.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at Mystic Pointe Dental Etobicoke.
Yes, we are accepting new patients at Mystic Pointe Dental. We welcome any referrals from our existing patients and we assure that we will provide same great service to their family and friends.
Dental emergencies happen. We, at Mystic Pointe Dental, believe in attending to our patient needs promptly. We understand that it is a very stressful situation for the patient. We try to make it as easy it is for you to be seen promptly in our Etobicoke dental office.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please call our office promptly and book an appointment. Time is very valuable in case of emergencies as infections from the mouth can flare up quickly.
Most common type of Emergencies seen in our office –
Toothache – It is very common type of emergencies. Toothache could be from various reasons. There could be serious infection in the nerve of the tooth. There could be gum infection. There could also be food trapped between your teeth. Please call our dental office and we will let you know what we can do for you.
Loose dental crown – Dental crown can come loose or fall off from your tooth. If that is the case, please try to save the dental crown. There is a possibility that the same dental crown can be cemented back on your tooth. If there is cavity underneath the crown, it is very hard to put the crown back on. Please call our dental office so that we can provide your best treatment as promptly as possible.
Tooth gets knocked out – Time is very valuable in this case. Please call our office so we can let you know what to do in your case.
Dental abscess – If there is swelling around your gums or jaw, perform salt water rinses and contact us. This could be serious infection which can easily spread and cause serious infection in the body.
Broken teeth – If you broke your teeth, try to collect large pieces if you can find them. Contact our office to schedule an appointment for dental emergency in Etobicoke dental clinic.
A dental implant is made of two components. One component is what we called a dental crown or the tooth which is visible in the mouth. It is made from variety of materials (porcelain, zirconia, metal etc.). Dental implant crowns are usually made from aesthetic materials to match with the patients teeth.
Second component is the part which is inserted into the bone. It is titanium device which integrates with the bone over time and become immovable in the bone. Bone cells attach themselves to dental implant surface.
Invisalign aligners are made of very strong thermoplastic material. These thermoplastic aligners are medical grade and made custom to patient’s teeth.