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Dr. Fava: Your Family Dentist in Brampton, ON

March 22, 2016

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family dentistThink of all the things you share with family members: a secret, the bathroom, and the last piece of cake to name only a few. Doesn’t it just make sense to share a dentist, too? Dr. Vince Fava is a family dentist in Brampton, ON, who can take care of everyone in your family, from toddlers whose teeth are just beginning to erupt to adults whose smiles need restoration and repair.

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Brampton, ON dentists thank patients for a great 2015

December 3, 2015

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Brampton, ON dentistsA dental practice is only as good as the patients it serves. Your Brampton, ON dentists at Torbram Dental say thank-you for your faithfulness in 2015.

Try as they might, your Brampton, ON dentists at Torbram Dental are only as good as the faithfulness and diligence of their patients. While Dr. Fava and his associate dentists, Drs. Al Maqdassy and Hasso offer premier restorative, preventive and cosmetic dental services to residents of Brampton and the surrounding area, their results depend on the diligence and faithful trust patients place in the doctors and their staff. (more…)

Visit your Dentist in Brampton, ON, Biannually for Optimal Oral Health

October 3, 2015

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The old cliché that prevention is worth a pound of cure has probably never been more applicable that when it comes to seeing your dentist for regular checkups. When you schedule twice yearly dental exams and cleanings for yourself and your family, you are helping to prevent serious dental problems such as cavities or gum disease. Of course, the dentists and their staff at Torbram Dental have the restorative treatments necessary to restore a damaged tooth or anything else compromising your oral health. But why go for the cure when prevention is easily available?
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Flossing – Am I Doing It Right?

September 11, 2015

Learn how to floss your teeth the correct way.It’s a common question we receive from our patients and the truth is, there is a wrong way to floss teeth. Usually it consists of either not flossing outright or going through the motions. When it comes to your oral health, you shouldn’t be lackadaisical. When your oral health is suffering it can affect other areas of your body. Your overall health is closely linked to oral health, so that’s why it’s so important to first of all floss, but also do it correctly.

When you come to our office in Brampton, ON, you’ll be treated to an array of services that can help your oral health stay in great shape. Part of our dentistry services involve keeping our patients educated on dental practices. Preventive dentistry goes a long way in determining whether or not a patient’s oral health will adequately sustain over time. By practicing good dental hygiene habits like flossing, you’re doing your oral health and smile a favor. Good oral health encourages great overall health and can have you smiling confidently for years to come. Dr. Fava is the Brampton, ON dentist that families from around the area can trust to deliver excellent results.
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Brampton Dentist Has Five Tips for Good Brushing

September 3, 2015

toothbrushing man learns 5 tips from brampton dentistToothbrushing 101: 5 Easy Steps from your Brampton Dentist

In the spirit of back-to-school season, we thought we’d go back to the basics for a minute and cover something you learned a long, long time ago: how to brush your teeth. Properly. I don’t mean a lazy, I-had-to-wake-up-early scrub and rinse. You know that’s not good for your teeth–don’t cut corners in one of the most crucial parts of good dental care!
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The Truth about Gum Disease

September 15, 2014

476106489If you have pain, soreness, sensitivity or inflammation in your gums, you may have some form of gum disease. The good news is that there are treatments available to repair the affects of gum disease. Gum disease is most commonly caused by plaque and tartar build-up. However, there are other factors that may put you at risk for gum disease. The best way to prevent gum disease is to have a dental check-up and cleaning every six months. Whether you are trying to avoid gum disease, or you need comprehensive treatment for your gum disease, the dentists at Torbram Dental can help you. Make an appointment with Torbram Dental today. Torbram Dental is conveniently located in Brampton, ON, with appointments available for patients in nearby Mississauga, Georgetown and Woodbridge.

Risk Factors for Gum Disease

  • Smoking- will dramatically increase your chances of developing gum disease and can lower the chances for successful treatment.
  • Hormonal Changes-in girls and women. These changes can make gums more sensitive and make it easier for gingivitis to develop.
  • Diabetes– people with diabetes are at higher risk for developing infections, including gum disease.
  • Pre-Existing Illnesses– diseases like cancer or AIDS and their treatments can negatively affect the health of gums.
  • Medication– some prescription and over-the-counter medications can reduce the flow of saliva, which has a protective effect on the mouth. Without enough saliva, the mouth is vulnerable to infections such as gum disease.
  • Genetics- some people are more prone to severe gum disease than others.
  • Age and Sex– men are more likely to have gum disease than women. People don’t usually develop gum disease until their 30s and 40s.

Stages of Gum Disease

The longer plaque and tartar are allowed to accumulate on teeth, the more harmful they become. The bacteria cause inflammation of the gums called gingivitis. With gingivitis, the gums become red, swollen and can bleed easily. Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can usually be reversed with daily brushing, flossing and regular dental cleanings. When gingivitis is not treated, it can advance to periodontitis. With periodontitis, your gums pull away from your teeth and form spaces that become infected. If this condition goes untreated, the bones, gums, and tissue that support the teeth will be destroyed. These teeth may become loose and need to be removed.

 

Gum Disease Treatment in Brampton, Ontario, CA

Restorative treatment options for gum disease may include:

  • Flap surgery to remove tartar deposits in deep pockets or to reduce the periodontal pocket
  • Tissue grafts where the dentist performs procedures to help regenerate any bone or gum tissue lost to periodontitis
  •  Bone grafting where natural or synthetic bone is placed in the area of bone loss to promote bone growth

Whether you are trying to prevent gum disease, suspect that you have the early stages of gum disease, or are already in the advanced stages of gum disease, make an appointment with Torbram Dental today to discuss your treatment options. Torbram Dental proudly serves patients throughout Brampton, ON, and nearby Mississauga, Georgetown and Woodbridge.

Brighten Your Smile with Teeth Whitening

August 15, 2014

137110504From bent book spines to scratches on cars, everything in life goes through wear and tear. No matter much we may want things to stay in absolute perfect condition, unfortunately, that never happens. The same thing goes for your smile. A chip here and a gap there can really affect the overall aesthetic of your smile, and can cause you to feel insecure about the way you look. A smile is a way we show friendliness and communicate with others, and if it is in less than perfect condition, it can affect the way you interact with the people around you as well as the way we feel about ourselves. Our smiles accumulate stains over time, dulling our smiles, making it appear lackluster and unappealing. Luckily, our experienced and talented doctors are able to whiten your smile using teeth whitening at their Brampton, Ontario dental office.

There are many things that can affect the brightness of your smile. From coffee, tea, and wine to certain medications, tobacco products and natural aging, our smiles are almost always exposed to things that will take the whiteness away. We offer a couple of teeth whitening options to our patients, making sure they receive the treatment that is best and most convenient for them. The first is in-office whitening. When you come in for your teeth whitening appointment at our dental office, we will put a whitening gel over your smile, and in about an hour, your smile is up to ten shades whiter! This is a great option for those who want to whiten their smiles during their lunch break and for people who have a busy schedule.

The second form we offer is at-home teeth whitening, which is a more gradual way to whiten your smile. We will supply you with custom-made whitening trays, fitting your smile like a glove. This ensures that your results are amazing, and it makes your treatment completely personalized to you. We will also provide the professional grade whitening gel to you. All you need to do is fill the trays with the whitening gel and wear them for a certain amount of time each day. In about two weeks, you will see the full results! If you would like our doctors’ help in whitening your smile with teeth whitening, contact our office today!

At Torbram DentalDr. Vince Fava offers quality general, preventive, restorative and cosmetic dentistry services to ensure excellent oral health. Our Brampton dental office serves patients from Mississauga, Georgetown and WoodbridgeCall us today to learn more or schedule your next appointment.

The Importance of General Dentistry Checkups at Torbram Dental

June 2, 2014

Shutterstock Happy Male Patient with StaffYou brush and floss your teeth every day, so why is it so important to go to the dentist for regular checkups? This is a question that many people ask themselves, wondering why spend the time in the dental chair if you’re already cleaning at home. General dentistry checkups, however, are incredibly important, helping you keep your natural teeth healthy and looking great for a lifetime. At Torbram Dental in Brampton, Ontario, Dr. Vince Fava and Dr. Summer Al Maqdassy offer a variety of comprehensive general dentistry services to ensure your lifelong oral health and wellness.

Preventive Care for Sparkling Smiles

At your general dentistry checkups, we will take the time to sit down with you and answer any questions you may have regarding your teeth and gums, making sure that you fully understand any necessary treatments we recommend. Your full exam will include digital x-ray imaging, allowing our team to see any potential problems that may arise before they become more serious. Our thorough cleanings will remove any buildup of plaque along the gum line, thereby greatly reducing your risk of developing periodontal disease.

General dentistry checkups also provide us with the opportunity to perform any preventive measures necessary, including fluoride treatments to fortify tooth enamel and dental sealants to help protect against tooth decay. Our primary goal is to make you feel comfortable and satisfied as we take care of your pearly whites, keeping them that way with a complete range of general and preventive treatments.

Schedule Your Visit Today

Has it been longer than six months since you last visited the dentist? What about the little ones in your family? Biannual preventive checkups help keep your smile looking and feeling its best, so it’s important to remember to schedule yours. Contact us today to reserve your appointment with Dr. Vince Fava and Dr. Summer Al Maqdassy in Brampton, Ontario, CA. We look forward to seeing and serving your beautiful smile! Our practice happily serves patients from throughout Brampton, Woodbridge, Mississauga, Georgetown and more.