Posts Tagged ‘ Dentistry ’

The cost of dental implants: ‘Grinvesting’ in Your health and happiness

Overview on dental implants Before we explore the cost of dental implants, let’s do a quick overview of what dental implants are. Dental implants are the most natural solution to missing teeth. Whether one tooth or multiple teeth need to be replaced, dental implants offer a number of benefits that are superior to alternatives like […]

Why you SHOULD replace a Missing Tooth

  There are many reasons you might need to replace a tooth; these can range from the result of an accident to a genetic predisposition. For those who have had the misfortune of having lost one or more teeth, the consequences can be quite challenging to cope with. Alongside aesthetic issues, the loss of a […]

Our team at the CARDP meeting

Our team at Seaforth Oral Surgery is continuously involved in events and conferences dedicated to the sharing of information with colleagues, and to staying up to date with the universe of oral and maxillofacial surgery. On September 20th 2014, Dr. Marc Shenouda spoke about 3D Imaging in Dentistry and Computer Assisted Implant Planning at the Canadian […]

CARDP scientific meeting

On September 20th, Dr. Marc Shenouda will be speaking about 3D Imaging in Dentistry and Computer Assisted Implant Planning at the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodonthics’ (CARDP) annual scientific meeting. To register: http://cardp.ca/dental-conference-registration/ Le 20 septembre, Dr. Marc Shenouda donnera une conférence au sujet de l’imagerie 3D en dentisterie et la planification numérique des […]

Case of the month: Dental implant & CBCT

A patient presented for removal of a broken tooth and immediate dental implant placement. A moment of concern was raised following results generated by the appearance of the 2 dimensional plain intra-oral X-ray image. Prior to examining reason of concern, here is a brief description of images: (from left to right) Image 1: X-ray of patient’s teeth. Arrow points to broken tooth in […]

Current Concepts in Dentoalveolar and Third Molar Surgery

          Our team of surgeons at Seaforth Oral Surgery are academically involved and continuously thriving for excellence. On April 5th 2014, Dr. Chehade,  Dr. Shenouda and Dr Bonin shared their clinical experience and expert knowledge on the subject of third molar (wisdom tooth) surgery during a McGill Continuing Education Course. This course was held at the great education […]

Wisdom Teeth Personalities

What if impacted wisdom teeth had personalities? What if different types of impactions meant different types of “personalities”? We thought it would be informative and fun to share creative images portraying cases of impacted third molars (wisdom teeth). Impacted wisdom teeth are third molars at the back of the mouth that don’t have enough room to emerge or […]

National Orthodontic Health Month

October is National Orthodontic Health Month! Sponsored by the American Association of Orthodontists, it is a time to increase public awareness of the need and positive long-term benefits of orthodontic treatment. We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the dedicated work of orthodontists who are as committed as we are to offer you the best possible […]

Fact | Happy smile

Did you know that, on average, a smile of true joy versus a fake smile will result in 30% more upper front teeth exposure? The upper lip moves 30% higher when happily smiling. Such “teeth exposure” is one of many factors that is assessed in planning dental treatments and corrective jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery). Author:  © Seaforth Oral […]