About our Dentistry
Dental Office in Streetsville
Our practice was originally established in Streetsville 30 years ago and Dr. Leko has continued its long-lasting tradition since 2010. We cater to patients of all age categories – children, teens, adults, and seniors. Our goal is to provide quality, friendly, and affordable dental service in a professional and compassionate manner.
As a long-standing member of the Streetsville community, our office understands the value of a close and tight-knit community centered around strong community values and beliefs. We strive to provide the utmost care to our patients while establishing long-lasting relationships along the way. Our office provides an array of services, including periodontal (gums), preventative, restorative (fillings), prosthodontic (bridges, dentures, implants), cosmetic, endodontic (root canals), surgical, and most importantly, preventative dentistry.
As a constantly evolving profession, we are always staying on top of the latest developments in the field of dentistry. Our office is focused on providing safe and effective dental treatment to all our patients, from modernizing our practice to obtaining the latest and most up-to-date means of keeping our patients and staff healthy and safe.
Our office hopes that you consider joining us in your life-long journey to maintain a healthy and beautiful smile. We would love to have the honour and privilege of taking care of your dental needs. We look forward to meeting you in the future!
We are currently accepting new patients and emergencies. You can contact us at 905-542-8537, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . We are open on evenings and weekends.
Preventative recall program
This applies to patients of all ages.
Dependant on age, gingival health, and risk of decay.
Individuals who are high risk for periodontal disease or decay should be seen more frequently for monitoring.
Recall or periodontal exams will be performed on patients following their scheduled cleanings, etc.
Area of dentistry involving dentures (partial/complete), bridges, and implants, all performed at our office.
Bridges, like crowns, may be all-ceramic (porcelain), porcelain fused to metal, or full metal.
Surgical implant placement will be performed by an oral surgeon (which may include bone grafting, sinus lifts, or other forms of bone augmentation if necessary).
Partial dentures may be cast metal or acrylic, etc.
This involves scaling and root planning of teeth.
Used to control periodontal or “gum disease”.
3, 4, 6, 9 or 12-month periodontal maintenance program depending on the status of gingival tissues, bone levels, genetic predisposition, and other patient specific factors (medical history, finances, etc.).
Specialized periodontal procedures that may not be performed in our office (e.g. gingivectomies, crown lengthening, connective tissue grafts) will be referred to our periodontist.
Includes decay removal, replacement of failing restorations, repairing of broken or fractured teeth, and improvement in tooth esthetics.
Types of fillings include composite (white), amalgam (if requested by patient), glass-ionomer (where fluoride release will help prevent future decay) and temporary filings when decay is deep and close to nerve.
Crowns are performed to protect heavily restored or root canal treated teeth, as these teeth are heavily weakened and prone to fracture. Crowns may be all-ceramic, porcelain-fused-to-metal, or full-metal crowns, depending on the dental situation and taking patient’s input into account.
Root canal treatment
Occurs when the nerve inside the tooth has significant inflammation that either cannot be reversed or is no longer vital.
Involves removing the damaged or dead nerve tissue in the tooth, cleaning the canal anatomy, and resealing the canal space from the apex (end) of the root to the pulpal chamber (where the canal spaces start).
Can be performed on all teeth (anterior, premolar, and molar teeth). If the anatomy of the tooth is complicated, the case may be referred to an endodontist who specializes in root canal treatment.
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