You’ve had missing teeth for too long. Finally, you recently replaced them with dental implants in North York. Congratulations! This is the beginning of a new chapter in your life, one of restored health and happiness in your smile. Not only have you boosted your confidence to a new level, but you can enjoy the foods you’ve always loved and speak without any difficulty. You’ve taken the initiative to care about your oral and overall health, now it’s time to maintain these awesome results with the proper dental care. Dr. Eli Shem-Tov at North York Dental wants you to have the information you need to keep your dental implants function and appealing for years to come.
North York Dental Blog
June 6, 2017
May 1, 2017
You take great pride in caring for the health of your teeth. You are proactive about preventing tooth decay by brushing and flossing your teeth. However, there is another danger to your dental health—gum disease (periodontal disease). This is an infection that occurs in the gum tissues and can cause significant damage, like tooth loss, if not treated. It is estimated that over half of adults have a form of the infection, but many are not aware they have it because they do not recognize the signs. As your dentist in North York, Dr. Eli Shem-Tov does not want to see you place your dental heath at risk. He has the information you need to spot the signs of gum disease.
April 3, 2017
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month so now is the time to discuss how this disease can be prevented. Prevention is the first step toward reducing your risk of developing this disease. You can do that by scheduling a dental checkup that includes an oral cancer screening with the dentist in North York, Dr. Eli Shem-Tov. Read on to learn more about the risks oral cancer, the warning signs, and what’s included in a screening.
March 4, 2017
The appearance of your smile is important to how you feel about yourself. Unfortunately, one-third of adults do not like how their teeth look. Among the biggest complaints involves tooth discoloration. While darkening of the enamel is a natural part of the aging process, lifestyle habits and certain foods can cause stains to develop. This can cause the severity of discoloration to progress prematurely. Thankfully, you can get a bright smile with your dentist in North York, Dr. Eli Shem-Tov. Our professional whitening treatment will remove tough tooth discoloration for a confident smile.
February 6, 2017
As more information emerges about the link between oral health and overall health, we understand that there has never been a more important time to take charge of your oral health. Did you know that routine visits to Dr. Eli Shem-Tov, your North York dentist, could improve your overall health? Here’s how:
January 8, 2017
Ringing in the New Year brought a reminder of the passage of time, and that you’re not getting any younger. You’ve waited long enough and have decided to finally makeover your smile this 2017. But who can you trust as a qualified and experienced cosmetic dentist in North York? Dr. Eli Shem-tov offers a variety of options to make your teeth perfect this year.
December 23, 2016
Are you missing one or more teeth? Leaving that smile gap just creates further dental health issues such as tooth drift and bone resorption. Dentist in North York, Dr. Eli Shem-Tov, enjoys seeing his patients smile after they receive dental implants. Many older teens and adults are candidates for these exceptional prosthetics. Could you complete your smile with dental implants in North York?
November 7, 2016
While it often seems like a hassle and a waste of time to floss your teeth, it’s actually more important than you think. Your toothbrush can’t reach in between your teeth, however your dental floss can. Dr. Eli Shem-Tov is your premiere dentist in North York, and he explains why flossing is so important.
October 10, 2016
What do you think is the most common disease in Canada? Your mind probably jumps to chronic diseases like diabetes or heart disease, but the most common is actually gum disease. Over 20% of Canadians are currently suffering from gum disease, and most probably do not even know they have it. How could this be possible? Your dentist in North York, Dr. Eli Shem-Tov, wants you to know the signs you should notice, as well as how gum disease can be treated.
September 12, 2016
You see your primary care physician once a year for a routine physical examination. So, why does the American Dental Association and your dentist in North York, Dr. Eli Shem-Tov, advise oral exams and cleanings twice a year? Reasons vary, but the philosophy is the same: keep teeth and gums clean, and prevent big problems from happening.