• Does laser dentistry hurt?

    Most laser procedures are remarkably comfortable in many cases no numbing is required, in many cases it eliminates soreness, bleeding, inflammation, sutures and numbness.

  • How is laser used in dentistry?

    Laser treatment is used to treat a number of different conditions remove tooth decay, treats gum disease, reshapes gum tissue and can be used during a root canal

  • Is laser dental treatments better?

    In most cases laser can make dental treatment more efficient, cost effective and comfortable

  • Does insurance cover laser dentistry?

    Some insurances cover and some don’t, every insurance is different and it all depends on what your employer and the insurance set up/agreement

  • Is laser dental treatment safe?

    Yes lasers have been used in dentistry since 1989, they are safe and effective way of treatment for a wide range of dental procedures in conjunction with other dental instruments

  • How can cosmetic dentistry help improve the appearance of my smile?

    Whiter teeth, improved biting and chewing, straighter smile, healthier teeth and gums, a stronger smile, prevent future damage and give the patient a more confident smile

  • How is cosmetic dentistry different from general dentistry?

    General dentistry focuses on preventing and treating oral disease while cosmetic dentistry deals with the overall aesthetic apperance of teeth

  • Can veneers fall off?

    Yes veneers can fall off, if they are not cemented properlly, wear and tear, if you don’t take care of them

  • Why are veneers so expensive?

    Veneers are made with high-quality materials that are stain-resistant, porcelain is the only material that can mimic translucent texture of real teeth. There is a lot of prep work involved that come with many appointments.

  • How long does teeth whitening typically last?

    Professional teeth whitening will last anywhere from six months to a year depending on a patients lifestyle, coffee intake, wine intake and if you eat a lot of foods that are stain prone

If you have a question we haven’t answered, feel free to give us a call at (905) 878-8528 or contact us here.

Milltown Dental

840 Main Street East, Unit 3,
Milton, Ontario, L9T0J4,

Practice Hours:Monday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PMTuesday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PMWednesday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PMThursday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PMFriday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Additional Information: Alternating Saturdays: 8 AM - 3 PM


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