Park Royal Dentistry

Dental Clinic in West Mississauga, Clarkson & Oakville

905-822-1931

2425 Truscott Drive, Unit 17 (the Park Royal Plaza) in Mississauga, Clarkson, L5J 2B4

  • Emergency & New Patients Are Always Welcome At Our Dental Clinic in Mississauga!

    Emergency & New Patients Are Always Welcome At Our Dental Clinic in Mississauga!

  • Dr. Naveen Maini & His Caring Team at Dental Clinic in Mississauga

    Dr. Naveen Maini & His Caring Team at Dental Clinic in Mississauga

  • General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Oral Cancer Screening Services

    General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Oral Cancer Screening Services

Scheduling of Appointments

All appointments must be scheduled via phone or email/text ahead of time. We would be glad to help you find an appropriate appointment time to help meet your schedule and ours.

No walk in appointments will be accommodated that this time. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your understanding as we are still navigating this new situation.

Prior to an appointment, we must ensure that patients are screened for COVID-19 using the Covid-19 screening questions developed by the Ontario Ministry of Health.

We are scheduling appointments by staggering times in order to avoid face-to-face interactions with others, including staff and other patients.  This means appointments may have limited availability and less flexibility.

We ask all patients to self screen the day of their scheduled appointment and post pone any treatment if they are not feeling well.

Patient Arrival Protocols

Our door will be temporarily locked until further notice to navigate who can enter the clinic during our office hours. We ask that you call from your car or come to the door at your appointment time and one of our team members will let you in when it’s safe for you to do so.

Only patients with scheduled appointments or who are expected in the clinic may enter. Exceptions will be made for patients who require assistance (i.e parent accompanying a child or patient who may have accessibility needs or requiring a translator).

All patients/visitors must wear their own masks at all times except during the provision of care. If a patient/visitor arrives without a mask we will provide them with a disposable one. (make note: PPE is very limited during this pandemic and we are not able to provide a mask at all times for every patient PLEASE ensure you have your own available).

We require patients (and guests) to perform hand hygiene with either 70-90% ABHR or soap and running water upon initial entry to the office.

During Dental Care

All our staff have been fully vaccinated for Covid-19.

All patients are required to do a pre procedural rinse of prior to all procedures.

All staff will be wearing all the required PPE as recommended by the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario.

Dental cleanings will be a bit different by omitting the use of the ultrasonic scaler while only using manual instruments. No polishing done at the end of the appointment. We understand most patients like this part but we strongly recommend you still maintain your regular recare appointments in order to maintain your oral health and we are hopeful this protocol will change with the changing dynamic of the pandemic.

We have installed air filters in our operatories to “Surgically Clean” the air in our clinic.

Patient Departure Protocol

Patients will be asked to disinfect with 70-90% ABHR before leaving the dental practice and asked to inform our office staff if they experience any symptoms of COVID-19 within 14 days of their appointment.

As valued patients and members of our global community we have and always strive to keep you and your family safe while in our care. We thank you for your confidence in choosing us as your dental healthcare provider.

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What do dentists do to relieve anxiety? Your dentist works to reduce your anxiety before you even set foot in the dental office. This process begins when you make your appointment. Your dentist’s office staff has been trained to tell you what to expect and to answer any questions you have to ensure that you will be comfortable during your visit. An understanding of your dental services and treatment can help to relieve dental anxiety. Make sure you ask questions and request informational materials, if desired.

What can I do to relieve dental anxiety?

In general, avoid caffeine before a dental appointment to make you less anxious. Eating high-protein foods also produces a calming effect, unlike sugary foods. During the procedure, focus on breathing regularly and slowly. When they are nervous, some people tend to hold their breath, which decreases oxygen levels and further increases feelings of anxiety. Knowledge is the greatest defense against anxiety. If you have specific fears, talk to your dentist about them. Your dentist can go a long way to dispel any negative or frightening images you may have.

Are there medications that can help me relax?

Some dentists prescribe and administer medications to help patients relax during the appointment. Talk to your dentist about your concerns and ask him or her about the possibility of using dental sedation. Sedation dentistry involves the use of medications to allow you to relax and feel sleepy during a dental visit or procedure. However, sedation is not pain medication, so you may still require local anesthesia, depending upon the treatment. There are a variety of sedation dentistry methods. The most common types are inhaled sedation, which involves breathing in a mixture of nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and oxygen, and oral sedatives, which are medications taken by mouth. Another type of dental sedation is intravenous (IV) sedation, which is provided by dentists with specialized training in IV sedation. Sedation is safe when administered by dentists who are trained in its use. However, as with any medication, sedation involves a certain amount of risk. It is important to talk to your dentist about these risks.

What should I do if I am seeing a new dentist?

If you are seeing a new dentist for the first time, schedule an appointment for a visit — a visit that doesn’t require a cleaning or treatment. Take the opportunity to ask the dentist questions and address your concerns. You’ll find that a dentist who takes the time to speak with you about your anxiety will be understanding when it comes to addressing your other concerns.

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Your dentist can perform a variety of cosmetic procedures to improve your smile—from subtle changes to major repairs. There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen, or missing. Your dentist can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn teeth, or alter the length of your teeth. Common procedures include teeth whitening, bonding, caps, crowns, veneers, and reshaping and contouring.

What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a common and popular chemical process used to lighten teeth. Some people get their teeth whitened to make stains disappear, while others just want a brighter smile. Discoloration, which occurs in the enamel, can be caused by medication, coffee, tea, and cigarettes. Discoloration also can be due to your genetic make up or simply from aging. Teeth whitening can be performed by your dentist in the office or, under dental supervision, at home.

What is bonding?

Bonding is the use of tooth-colored material to fill in gaps or change the color of teeth. Bonding lasts several years and often requires only a single office visit. Bonding is more susceptible to staining or chipping than other forms of restoration. When teeth are chipped or slightly decayed, bonded composite resins may be the material of choice. Bonding also is used to fill small cavities, to close spaces between teeth, or to cover the entire outside surface of a tooth.

What are veneers?

Veneers are placed over the front teeth to change the color or shape of your teeth. Veneers are used on teeth with uneven surfaces; on teeth that are chipped, discolored, oddly shaped, unevenly spaced, or crooked; or on teeth that already have large fillings placed. Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or plastic that are cemented over the front of your teeth. Veneers are used to treat some of the same problems that bonding is used to treat. Veneers also are an alternative to crowns.

What should I look for in a cosmetic dentist?

In order to make sure your dentist is skilled in cosmetic dentistry, ask your dentist for the following items before undergoing treatment:
– Before and After Photos.
These photos will allow you to examine the results of other patients being treated by the dentist to make sure his or her work fits your dental needs.
– References. References allow you to get a sense of the quality of care the dentist provides.
– Proof of continuing education. Be certain that your dentist has taken continuing education courses to keep him or her up-to-date with the latest techniques in clinical cosmetic dentistry. Your dentist can answer the questions you have about the techniques used to improve your smile

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Proper oral care can keep you smiling well into retirement. Brushing at least twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristle brush are important. Flossing helps save your teeth by removing plaque between teeth and below the gum line that your toothbrush can’t reach.

What problems should I watch for?

Gingivitis. Most people don’t realize how important it is to take care of their gums. Gingivitis is caused by the bacteria found in plaque that attacks the gums. Symptoms of gingivitis include red, swollen gums and possible bleeding when you brush. If you have any of these symptoms, see a dentist at once. Gingivitis can lead to a more serious form of gum disease if problems persist.

Why should I be concerned about gum disease?

Three out of four adults over age 35 are affected by some sort of gum (periodontal) disease. In gum disease, the infection may become severe. Your gums begin to recede, pulling back from the teeth. In the worst cases, bacteria form pockets between the teeth and gums, weakening the bone. This can lead to tooth loss if untreated, especially in patients with osteoporosis. If regular oral care is too difficult, your dentist can provide alternatives to aid in flossing and prescribe medication to keep the infection from getting worse.

What if it’s too difficult to brush?

If you have arthritis, you may find it difficult to brush and floss. Ask your dentist for ways to overcome this problem. Certain dental products are designed to make dental care less painful for arthritis sufferers. Try using a battery operated toothbrush with a large handle. These toothbrushes can help by doing some of the work for you.

What are the signs of oral cancer?

Oral cancer most often occurs in people over 40 years of age. See a dentist immediately if you notice any red or white patches on your gums or tongue, sores that fail to heal within two weeks, or an unusual hard spot on the side of your tongue. Oral cancer is often difficult to detect in its early stages, when it can be cured easily. A dentist can perform a head and neck exam to screen for signs of cancer.

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What is a root canal?

Underneath your tooth’s outer enamel and within the dentin is an area of soft tissue called the pulp tissue. While a tooth’s pulp tissue does contain nerve fibers, it is also composed of arteries, veins, lymph vessels, and connective tissue. Each tooth’s nerve enters the tooth at the very tip of its roots. From there, the nerve runs through the center of the root in small “root canals,” which join up with the tooth’s pulp chamber.

Why do I feel pain?

When the pulp becomes infected or inflamed due to a deep cavity or fracture, the blood supply to the tooth may be lost and the tooth pulp may die. Damaged or dead pulp causes increased blood fl ow and activity in the tooth’s cells. Pressure may build within a tooth that cannot be relieved, causing pain that is commonly felt when biting down, chewing, or consuming hot or cold foods and drinks.

Why might I need root canal treatment?

Without treatment, the infection will spread and bone around the tooth will begin to degenerate, possibly causing the tooth to fall out. Pain usually worsens until you are forced to seek dental attention.

What is root canal therapy?

Root canal therapy is a procedure that removes the damaged or dead pulp. The canal is reshaped and filled a rubber-like material to prevent recontamination of the tooth. The tooth is then permanently sealed.

What is involved in root canal procedure?

If your general dentist recommends a root canal, he or she will perform the treatment or refer you for treatment to an endodontist, which is a specialist who treats injuries, diseases, and infections of the tooth pulp. A space is created into the tooth’s pulp chamber, which, along with any infected root canal, is cleaned of all diseased pulp and reshaped. Medication may be inserted into the area to fight bacteria. Depending on the condition of the tooth, the crown may then be sealed temporarily to guard against recontamination or the dentist may immediately fill the root canals. Temporary fillings are usually removed and the pulp chamber and canals are filled on the next visit. If the tooth is still weak, a post may be inserted above the canal filling to help rebuild the tooth. Once filled, the area is permanently sealed. Finally, a porcelain crown is normally placed over the tooth to strengthen its structure and improve its appearance.

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Your first dental visit with Dr. Maini at Park Royal Dentistry will consist of a consultation explaining your diagnosis and treatment options. Occasionally, treatment can be done the same day as the consultation. However, a complex medical history or treatment plan will require an evaluation and a second appointment to provide treatment on another day.

Please assist us by providing the following information at the time of your consultation:

– Your referral slip and any X-rays if applicable.
– A list of medications you are presently taking.
– If you have medical or dental insurance, bring the necessary completed forms. This will save time and allow us to help you process any claims.

Important:

A parent or guardian must accompany all patients under 18 at the consultation visit.

Please alert the office if you have a medical condition that may be of concern prior to surgery (i.e. diabetes, high blood pressure, artificial heart valves and joints, rheumatic fever, etc.) or if you are on any medication (i.e. heart medications, aspirin, anticoagulant therapy, etc.) or require medication prior to dental cleanings (i.e antibiotics, for pre-med.)

X-Rays

If your previous dentist has taken recent x-rays (within 6-months), you may request that they forward them to our office. If there is not enough time, please pick them up and bring them to our office. If additional images are necessary, they can be taken at our facility.

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Q. How long have you been in practice?
A. About 30 years

Q. When did you graduate?
A. In 1982.

Q. Do you own your dental practice in Mississauga?
A. Yes, I do. I also own a practice in Milton. Today’s dentistry owner is more than a dentist. I’m also a manager with business skills. I make day-to-day choices and take risks to operate my office at the highest possible level.

Q. Please describe your dental clinic in Mississauga.
A. My practice is on the border of Erin Mills and Clarkson Village area. It is located in Mississauga, on the historic Park Royal Plaza. I have six full-time and a few part-time employees. My regular hours are Monday 09:00 – 17:00, Tuesday 11:00 – 19:00, Wednesday 09:00 – 17:00,Thursday 09:00 – 18:00, Friday 09:00 – 13:00. Two Saturdays/month from Sept-June 09:00 – 14:00.

Q. What have been the most rewarding aspects of dentistry for you?
A. I like to see my patients walk out feeling good – I like to change their perspectives. I’m glad when they are happy with their choices. I obtain a personal satisfaction from helping others.

Q. What have been the most significant changes in dentistry that you have seen?
A. The big changes have been in bonding and reconstruction dentistry. The dental materials have changed greatly. We not only restore teeth and make them stronger, but also create a dental beauty together with patient.

Q. What qualities do you think make an excellent dentist?
A. You need ethics and good communication skills, and you must be good at working with people. It’s really a people-oriented profession. Also, as a good dentist, when faced with pain and disease, sees it as challenge to heal the condition. Both dentist and patient need to collaborate as a team. Patients want to feel that their dentist cares about their problem.

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Finding the right dentist in Mississauga may not be as easy as you think. A qualified dentist should meet your expectations and provide the highest quality dental care through prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of oral diseases.

Experience

There are dentists who are extremely capable and those who have less experience. The ability to provide excellent dental services highly depends on experience. The experienced dentist is able to diagnose the patient’s problem accurately and to inform him about their dental needs. Always ask for doctor’s experience in certain area of interest.

Personality

There are dentists whose personality would appeal you and those who are less acceptable. Many professionals appeal to patients based on their outgoing personalities. You may met such people in many situations. Unfortunately, many of us select dental professionals based on social compatibility. Avoid judging a dentist by social personality characteristics. They don’t indicate professional clinical skills. Unfortunately, many of us select dental professionals based on social compatibility.

Staying Up-to-Date

Dental practitioners may constantly improve themselves professionally. They may concentrate on other areas and let their skills remain static.

Membership in professional organizations

Most dentists are members of professional organizations. If you have recently moved to Mississauga from a different location, and you were satisfied with your previous dentist, you can ask him for a referral. Your previous dentist may know similar practitioner, who works in your new location. Ask your family physician or local pharmacist. Thus you may get excellent recommendations. All practitioners are not the same, but there are certainly some excellent dentists in Mississauga area.

Some professionals advertise themselves a lot in various resources. You can find their ads in the internet, phone directories, newspapers, and booklets. However, those who advertise are no worse or better than their less seen colleagues.

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Regular dental checkups are essential to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. For maximum benefit, a good home care regimen must be supplemented with an examination at least every six months. Depending on the status of your oral health, your dentist may recommend more frequent visits.

Why does your dentist want to schedule another appointment with you so soon?

Several months after cleaning, teeth can have plaque build-up as well as stains from food, beverages, tobacco, etc. Over time, plaque build-up can harden into tartar (or calculus) formation. Checking your teeth for decay is only a small part of a thorough oral exam.

During each visit to the dental clinic, your dentist (or dental hygienist) will also check your gums (gingiva) for inflammation, tooth mobility and pockets; examine your mouth for indications of possible cancer, diabetes and vitamin deficiencies; note any irregularities in your facial structure, bite, saliva. Your dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth and encourage you to maintain good oral hygiene.

So now you know!

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Service Excellence Award

“The Star of Mississauga South Award was created to recognize small businesses that are unique to Mississauga South and make our community a more vibrant place to live.”

Park Royal Dentistry has been recognized with the Star of Mississauga South Award for Service Excellence. This is a local Mississauga achievement award that highlights dentistry service to the community as a successful small business. Dentists, dental hygienists, and the office staff at Park Royal Dentistry consistently demonstrate a high level of commitment to customer service and satisfaction. The dentistry practices on-going employee training to deliver quality dental services and product expertise. Park Royal Dentistry, located in south Mississauga, is accepting emergencies and new patients.

Mississauga South Service Excellence Award

Mississauga South Service Excellence Award

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Teeth that are sensitive to hot, cold, sweet, sour even to brushing and flossing may have a condition refereed to as Dentin Hypersensitivity. Dentin is a layer of tooth structure under the hard enamel surface. Dentin has nerve endings that can be responsive to temperature, acidic foods, touch and more.

The pain associated with sensitive teeth is often described as a sharp pain in a tooth or several teeth that often leaves as quickly as it came. Yet the experience is disturbing enough that it may cause you rethink food and drink selection or even how you brush your teeth. Although some dietary changes are not always a bad idea, changing your brushing habits (if they are currently correct) can lead to other problems.

Dentin hypersensitivity or sensitive teeth are extremely common and for the most part treatable. There are several reasons why the dentin may be exposed to or react to these stimuli. They include brushing too hard, especially on the sides and near the gums, gums that have receded below the natural gum line exposing the dentin, bruxism or tooth grinding and other causes of wear on the enamel, acidic foods that temporarily soften enamel, stomach acid (from illnesses and especially eating disorders) and certain dental procedures (especially teeth whitening) can create temporary dentin hypersensitivity.

Tooth sensitivity can be reduced by having any underlying dental problems treated and the use of specialized toothpastes and treatments. Maintain a regular oral hygiene regimen, use a soft bristle brush and brush at a 45 degree angle in a circular motion (not back and forth), after eating food that softens enamel wait a while before brushing your teeth, reduce your intake of highly acidic foods and rinse with water after eating them.

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Welcome to Park Royal Dentistry – emergency dental clinic located in Mississauga, Clarkson. Same day appointments, if you need emergency dental services. Oral injuries often are painful and should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible.

Dental pain or broken tooth? We understand that dental emergency can crop up at the most inconvenient times. Our office is open on Saturdays, and we are open late on Tuesdays. Emergency cases are seen the same day. If you are having an emergency, we take walk-in patients and we will see you as soon as possible. Once you are comfortable, we will discuss short-term, and long-term treatment plan to prevent similar problems in the future. Depending on the circumstances, treatment may be provided the same day. With a denturist and orthodontist on staff, we can handle a variety of emergency dental conditions.

We are a fully-digital emergency dental clinic equipped with the latest technology. We provide very high standards of dental care, safety and comfort in terms of diagnosis, treatment or sterilization. Up-to-date technology compliments the personal attention provided by our dentist, registered dental hygienists, and office staff.

Emergency Dental Cases

We can help you in any dental condition that requires urgent visit to the dentist. Learn more about what to do, if you have a dental emergency.

Pain.

Use over-the-counter pain relievers, but do not take aspirin-containing products, if you are bleeding. Clove oil may be applied directly to the tooth or gums.

Swelling.

Apply a cold compress externally. Ice should always be wrapped in a towel or cloth-like towel paper to avoid skin injury.

Broken or cracked tooth.

There are different types of tooth fractures. Chipped teeth are minor fractures. Moderate fractures include damage to the enamel, tissue, and/or pulp. Severe fractures usually mean that a tooth has been traumatized to the point that it cannot be recovered. If you fracture a tooth, rinse your mouth with warm water and use an ice pack or cold compress to reduce swelling. Take ibuprofen, not aspirin, for pain. Your dentist can smooth out minor fractures with a sandpaper disc. Alternatively, restorative procedures may be needed to fix the tooth. If you wear dentures and a tooth breaks or chips, wear your spare dentures until you can visit your dentist. If you do not have a spare set or cannot get to the dentist’s office soon, use cyanoacrylate (heavy-duty, quick-drying “super” glue) to glue the tooth or the piece of the tooth back into place. Remember—this is only a temporary measure until your dentist can properly repair your tooth and should only be used for dentures! Never attempt to glue a natural tooth or part of a natural tooth back into place!

My tooth is pushed out of position.

If your tooth is loosened and pushed out of position, call your dentist right away for an emergency appointment. In the meantime, attempt to reposition it to its normal alignment using very light finger pressure—but do not force it!

Knocked out tooth.

If your tooth is knocked out, immediately call a dentist for an emergency appointment. It is important to see your dentist immediately, as there is a narrow window of time for reattachment. Handle the tooth by the crown (the top), not by the root (the pointed part on the bottom). Touching the root of the tooth can damage cells that are necessary to reattach the tooth to the bone. Gently rinse the tooth in water. Do not scrub the tooth! Place the clean tooth in your mouth between the cheek and gum to keep it moist. It is important not to let the tooth dry out. If it is not possible to store the tooth in the mouth, wrap the tooth in a clean cloth or gauze and immerse it in milk or saline solution (the solution used for contacts). If a baby tooth is knocked out, the tooth should not be replanted. The patient should be seen as soon as possible to make sure there are no remaining pieces of the tooth.

Lost dental crown or large filling.

Sometimes dental crowns come off of teeth. Use sugar-free gum or denture adhesive for temporarily securing the crown. Or save it and bring it to the office with you.

The tissue of my mouth is injured

Lips, gums, or cheeks can be cut. Injuries inside the mouth include tears or cuts, puncture wounds, and lacerations to the cheek, lips, or tongue. The wound should be cleaned immediately with warm water, and the injured person should be taken directly to an oral surgeon for emergency care. If you can’t get to an oral surgeon, the patient should be taken to the hospital. Bleeding from a tongue laceration can be reduced by pulling the tongue forward and using gauze to place pressure on the wound.

Dental emergencies can be avoided by taking simple precautions, such as wearing a mouthguard during sports activities to prevent teeth from breaking or being knocked out, and avoiding hard foods that may crack or break your teeth — whether you have your natural teeth or you wear dentures.

If you need first aid information for handling an emergency, please call our Mississauga dental clinic at (905) 822-1931.

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Looking for an up-to-date dental clinic in Mississauga? Do you have a broken tooth or a large filling that needs replacing? Mississauga dental clinic welcomes new and emergency patients, residing in Mississauga, Clarkson, Erin Mills, Lorne Park, and Oakville areas.

Park Royal Dentistry is pleased to have been serving the Mississauga community for over two decades. Our greatest asset has been our smiling patients. Through their confidence in us and referrals of friends and family we now care for generations of families from all over the Greater Toronto Area.

Our team understands that a beautiful healthy smile contributes greatly to your overall health, well being and quality of life. The goal of our team is to help you keep your natural teeth in excellent function, comfort and appearance throughout your lifetime. We recognize that each person is unique, and pride ourselves in providing the best dental care appropriate for each individual.

Please feel free to contact our dental clinic for a complimentary consultation regarding your smile or your dental health that you have been considering. Let us offer you a consultation with Dr. Maini regarding any dental procedure to improve your life. We will always be happy to assist you and your family.

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Space Maintainers.

For teeth that are lost prematurely, space maintainers can preserve that space and ensure adult teeth are not misaligned when they do grow in. It can also help with potential crowding of teeth.

Like a retainer, a space maintainer will take some getting used too and if your child experiences discomfort make sure to pay a visit to the dentist to have it fixed.

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Our dental office in Mississauga offers sports guards (mouthguard) and space maintainers to protect your child’s teeth.
Your child should be protected when it comes to their oral health. It’s important to check erupting teeth for decay and to not delay a child’s first visit to the dentist. When they arrive we can give their teeth a gentle cleaning and polishing, while checking teeth for abnormalities or misalignment.

What Are Mouthguards?

Mouthguards can prevent your child from tooth loss and other oral injuries. These flexible dental appliances are worn by athletes and can be custom-fitted for superior ease and comfort. Mouthguard can prevent your child from tooth loss and other oral injuries. These flexible dental appliances are worn by athletes and can be custom-fitted for superior ease and comfort. If you’ve enrolled your child or yourself into any kind of contact sport such as hockey, basketball or soccer, it’s important to have the right contact sport safety gear like a sports guard that will prevent teeth grinding and clenching. Adding unnecessary pressure on your teeth can cause major oral injuries.

Benefits of Custom Fitted Mouthguard

A professionally created mouthguard will protect teeth, gums, and bone structure by molding properly to your teeth. Over-the-counter sports guards may prevent clipped or damaged teeth but are not made to protect the important structures that support the teeth. While over-the-counter ones are available and offer protection, it will not compare to a custom fitted mouthguard made just for you!

Contact Park Royal Dentistry to learn more about custom mouthguards.

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Park Royal Dentistry in Mississauga provides oral cancer screening with Identafi® device. Annual screening is recommended because oral cancer frequently has no symptoms.

Oral Cancer Risk By Patient’s Profile

– Sexually active patients (HPV 16/18). Exposure to the human papilloma virus is the fastest growing risk factor for oral cancer. This is the same virus that is responsible for the vast majority of cervical cancers in women. The virus presents a 5 fold increase in incidence under the age of 40, which means all patients over the age of 17 should be screened annually.
– Tobacco users;
– Patients aged 40 and older and lifestyle risk factors (tobacco or alcohol use);
– Patients with a history of oral cancer.

Signs and Symptoms of Oral Cancer

Oral cancer frequently has no symptoms. However, when symptoms do occur, the most common include:

– A sore, lump or ulcer on the lip or in the mouth that does not heal
– A lump on the lip or in the mouth A lump in the neck
– A white or red patch on the gums, tongue or lining of the mouth
– Unusual bleeding, pain or numbness in the mouth
– Oral pain that does not go away or a feeling that something is caught in the throat
– Difficulty or pain with chewing or swallowing
– Difficulty with jaw opening
– Swelling of the jaw that causes dentures to fit poorly or become uncomfortable
– Tooth loosening
– Bad breath
– Sensory loss of the face
– Abnormal taste in the mouth
– Swallowing difficulty
– Tongue problems

Annual Identafi® exams assist in the early detection of premalignant lesions and oral cancer. Oral cancer examination is able to identify suspicious areas at their earliest stages. Early detection of pre-cancerous tissue can minimize the potentially disfiguring effects of oral cancer. Identafi® oral cancer screening is an easy and painless examination.

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The goal of implant dentistry is to assist in restoring the patient’s dental function, speech, comfort and aesthetic appearance. The more teeth a patient is missing, the more challenging the restoration becomes. The proposed implant treatment plan becomes evident after thorough examination, imaging, and consultation with dentist at our Mississauga office.

Dental Implant May Prevent Many Complications

A dental implant beyond its natural tooth-like appearance is a chewing surface, a place holder for teeth and the jaw bone. Missing teeth change the shape and look of your face and lead to bone loss. The gum area becomes more apt to periodontal disease. If only a single tooth is missing, other teeth can shift. The spaces left by missing teeth can diminish your sense of confidence.

Advantages of Single-Tooth Dental Implants vs A Three-Unit Fixed Partial Dentures:

– Decreased risk of decay of adjacent teeth
– Decreased risk of endodontic problems on adjacent teeth
– Improved ability to clean the proximal surfaces
– Decreased cold or contact sensitivity of adjacent teeth
– Decreased risk of adjacent tooth loss

Advantages of Implant-Supported Prostheses

The use of dental implants offers many advantages compared with the use of removable dentures restoration. A primary reason to consider dental implants to replace missing teeth is the maintenance of alveolar bone. When enough implants are inserted the restoration is not only retained but also is completely supported and stabilized off the tissue and bone. The implants also maintain and stimulate the bone and serve as an anchor for the prosthetic device. As a result, dental implants are one of the best preventive maintenance procedures in dentistry.

Dr. Maini has many years of experience in helping his Mississauga patients realize the benefits of replacement teeth. A dental implant is an option that we often recommend after examination. It gives back patient’s confidence and the ability to eat any food. Only you and your dentist will be able to tell the difference between natural teeth and dental implants.
A minimum of five appointments required for implant treatment.

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Halitosis Treatment.

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is a common condition that affects people everywhere, even those with good dental hygiene. Bad breath is a very embarrassing and unpleasant condition, and unfortunately some people with bad breath don’t even realize they have it.

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Halitosis

There are a few causes of bad breath that you should be aware of so that you can avoid them:

– Certain foods that you eat affect the air you exhale and contribute to bad breath odour
– Remaining, rotting food particles in the mouth, between teeth, on the tongues, and around the gums
– Dry mouth, which occurs when the flow of saliva decreases
– Tobacco and smoking
– Medical disorder, such as a local infection in the respiratory tract, chronic sinusitis, postnasal drip, diabetes, liver or kidney ailment.

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Connect With Your Dentist Dr. Maini — Anytime, Anywhere!

Wouldn’t it be great if you could manage your appointments, get answers to your questions, view your statements, and pay your bills when it was convenient for you?

Stay Connected With Your Dentist

Stay Connected With Your Dentist


Now you can, with PatientReach Mobile!
PatientReach Mobile is a free app download for iPhone and Android that makes it simple for you to do things like:

Send and receive secure messages with us
Manage your family’s appointment schedules by viewing your appointment history, reviewing and confirming upcoming appointments, and requesting new appointments
View invoice histories and outstanding balances
Make mobile payments toward outstanding balances
Connect with your dentist through social media with only one tap
And more …all from your mobile phone!

Download the free PatientReach mobile app to manage your appointments at the Apple Store or Google Play.

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Dental crown (also called a Cap) is often needed to restore the tooth’s shape, strength and structural function. If a tooth has been damaged or decayed to an extent where a filling will not suffice, dental crown is the right treatment plan.

Dental Crown Mississauga

Dental Crown Mississauga

A dental crown is a covering that is placed over the effected tooth.

The tooth is prepared by removing any decayed area and shaping the tooth to be capped. The cap is then cemented in place to protect the tooth for years to come. Crowns are also used to reinforce a tooth that has been badly cracked or broken, as well as to seal a tooth after root canal therapy.

Once the tooth is shaped, the dentist will take necessary impressions of the prepared tooth. Then impressions along with information about the shade will be given to a dental technician to fabricate a crown in Mississauga laboratory. The crown is usually returned to the office in two to three weeks.

Dental crowns can be constructed from a variety of materials, which include porcelain, ceramic, metal, or a mixture of these. If you’re dealing with a damaged tooth, or think you can benefit from having a dental crown, contact Park Royal Dentistry office to schedule an appointment.

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The skilled team at Park Royal Dentistry Mississauga participate in ongoing educational programs to keep their knowledge current and offer Park Royal Dentistry patients high quality dental care in a friendly, informative and relaxed atmosphere.

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Testimonials

  • They are super friendly. Very comfortable environment. Had a root canal done with no pain, no stress, no anxiety. Dr. Fortinsky is wonderful and Jen is awesome. Thank you both so much.

    Lucia B from Mississauga, Ontario

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