Monday, November 25, 2013

A Christmas Gift from Dentistry on Dundas!

Every year the Dentistry on Dundas staff enjoy a much deserved retreat to a day spa. This occasion is so appreciated by all the staff, so to give back we have reached out to the Philippine people affected by Typhoon Haiyan by collecting a total of $800 for the Canadian Red Cross relief program and to sweeten the deal even more, the government is matching dollar- to-dollar. That is total donation of $1600! Dentistry on Dundas will be able to feed and comfort  a community of 3000 people for one month. Our donation is probably the best and only Christmas gift they will receive. Giving is the true essence of Christmas.

Here is what one of our staff, Rose,  had to say; "I am grateful to be a part of an organization that cares locally and globally. To Dentistry and Dundas Staff, on behalf of the Philippine people, from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU VERY MUCH!"

Here are some more fun pic's of the doctors with their gag gifts! Another Annual Tradition!

Canadians wishing to help individuals affected by this storm are encouraged to make a financial donation online, at their local Red Cross office or by calling 1-800-418-1111. Please earmark donations “Typhoon Haiyan”. Funds will be used to support Red Cross efforts in all countries affected by the storm. Click Here for more information

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Laurie's Dental Makeover!

Laurie underwent a few small dental treatments to achieve her new smile. This included teeth bleaching, surgical crown lengthening of upper anteriors and two crowns on her centrals.


Before                                                           After

Here what she had to say about her experience at
Dentistry on Dundas!
What made you decide to undergo these procedures?
I was embarrassed to smile. This was primarily due to the crown on my right front tooth; it was beginning to show some of its metal near the gum line. When I smiled too big, it would show.
Why did you choose Dentistry on Dundas/ Dr. Lanys?
I have been coming to Dentistry on Dundas and seeing Dr. Lanys for over 10 years. She is always very professional, understanding and I felt confident in her work.
What were your procedures like?
The first step was to whitening my teeth. Due to genetics, my family's teeth yellow with age. I felt like they were aging me and if I didn't get the whitening done before the front teeth were crowned it would no longer be an option in the future as they would continue to darken. Next we removed the old crown and Dr. Levy skillfully contoured my gum above my right crown to match the contours of the left front tooth. It had not developed in the same way as the other tooth, possible as a result of having a crown for so many years (I was 8 when I first chipped my front right tooth). I was stressed about the procedure going in, but Dr. Levy was so friendly and so reassuring throughout the procedure; I couldn't believe how easy it was. The aftermath was surprising too. I expected to be sore for a long time, but I really had minimal pain for only about a week. The last step was to crown my two front teeth to match. To get the colour perfect, Dr. Lanys sent me to her nearby lab (5 Axis) to have the colour matched to my newly whitened natural teeth. After that I returned to the office to have them permanently placed. Dr. Lanys takes great care to get good results. I really respect and appreciate that.
How do you feel about your results?
I am very happy with my results. I no longer hesitate to smile!
Treatment provided by Dr. Michelle Lanys Dentist
and Dr. Dana Levy Periodontist


Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Dr. Librach receives the Fellowship Award from the American College of Dentists!

We are pleased to announce, this past week Dr. Librach was honoured with a Fellowship Award from the American College of Dentists. The American College of Dentists (ACD) is the oldest major honorary organization for dentists. Its members have exemplified excellence through outstanding leadership and exceptional contributions to dentistry and society. In response to serious problems facing the profession, the American College of Dentists was founded August 20, 1920, by the then leaders of dentistry to elevate the standards of dentistry, to encourage graduate study, and to grant Fellowship to those who have done meritorious work. The American College of Dentists is nonprofit and apolitical, and has long been regarded as the "conscience of dentistry."
Congratulations Dr. Librach! This is such an honour!