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Prevent Cavity Formation with Regular Dental Checkups

As you sit at the table ready to dig into a delicious meal, you feel a sharp pain shooting through your teeth — somewhere in the back of your mouth. You hold your mouth, wondering why your teeth feel so sensitive. A trip to your dentist reveals the formation of a cavity in your tooth. Cavities are no picnic, and they can make it difficult for you to enjoy some of your favourite foods. Read More

Benefits of having a family dentist

With less job security, more Canadians move across a city, a province, or Canada itself for a new job or a promotion. With these moves, the idea of having a family dentist may seem like something that some people don’t have time for anymore. Read More

Treating Bruxism

Bruxism is the medical term for teeth grinding, and can also include gnashing or clenching your teeth. Although bruxism is common, there are many different reasons you or your child might be grinding. Read More

How To Change Your Family Dentist

Perhaps you are completely happy with the family dentist you have been going to for years. Then again, maybe you are not. There are really two parts to this question: the how to part and the why part. Read More

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Spring is almost officially here. As you begin to clear things out, mentally and physically, you will want to consider a fresh start for your oral hygiene regimen as well. Why is this important? Read More

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frequently asked question

How long has Oakville Place Dental Office been in existence and how long have Dr. Solomon and Dr....

Dr. Solomon and Dr. Kazdan both grew up in Toronto and were classmates who graduated from the University of Toronto Dental school in 1990. After this, they each associated in the Greater Toronto Area for three years before establishing Oakville Place Dental Office in 1993. They’ve enjoyed practicing in the Oakville area for almost 25 years, and have had some patients for well over 20 years!

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