At Waterloo Smiles, we are proud to offer dental care for your family, as a whole. Did you know dental care commences as early as six months? We will check your kid’s dental growth and offer suggestions on dental care and how to avoid any tooth problems including cavities and decays. We will be able to do this by checking on growth and other aspects, from a very early age.
At Waterloo Smiles, composite resin is used for fillings. This product is also called white fillings and are designed to match the natural appearance of your teeth. Composite fillings are often used for restoring decayed teeth, as opposed to silver mercury fillings that tend to darken with time. Composite fillings are also prepared and set in one visit.
It’s never too early to start considering pediatric dentistry. Get your child the right start in life with early pediatric dentistry. Dr. Husain is happy to work with and answer any questions parents may have and help them begin a lifelong, healthy journey in oral health care for their infants and children.
Did you know recent studies have linked gum disease to heart attack, strokes, diabetes, respiratory disorders and even premature birth? That’s why regular visits to your dentist for checking on existence of cavities, maintaining dental work done, or for ensuring dental warranty for treatments done are valid, or even to maintain healthy gums, teeth and breath, there are many reasons for visiting your periodontal therapists at Waterloo Smiles regularly.
Root Canal Treatment is suggested under the following situations: serious gum disease, irritation and pain triggered by a large filling or tooth decay that runs deep, or trauma induced by physical blow to your tooth, or continuous tension due to rubbing of tooth in the opposite direction leading to trauma, etc. Irrespective of the triggering cause, tooth pulp can be infected or irritated. Bacteria increases, triggering more pain and pressure (often leading to swollen face). Also, deterioration of the pulp can cause severe and unbearable pain, which further radiates to the head.