We will be temporarily closed effective March 16th, 2020 except for emergency dental services.
As many of you may have heard in the media yesterday evening, the Royal College of
Dental Surgeons of Ontario has strongly recommended all dental offices in Ontario to suspend “non-essential and elective” dental services due to the COVID-19 Pandemic - effective immediately.
Therefore, until further notice, our office will be temporarily closed. In case of a true dental emergency consisting of severe pain, swelling, trauma or dental infection that cannot be managed with over the counter medications, please contact Emergency Dental Clinic at 416-485-7121 in Toronto.
We will be monitoring our office phone and email so feel free to reach out at 905-848-8440 or my personal email at email@example.com during our office closure and we will do our best to respond as soon as possible.
If you have an upcoming appointment in the next couple of weeks, we will reach out to you in the next few days to reschedule.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time. Our first priority continues to be the safety and well-being of our patients, our employees and our community at large.
We look forward to serving you on our regular schedule which we anticipate resuming sometime in April. We will continue to follow the guidance from the College and keep you updated.
Many patients hear the word “dentures” and automatically think of their grandparent’s dentures floating in a glass on their bedside table. However, dentures have changed dramatically over the years, and they have been greatly improved with advanced technologies. Full dentures aren’t the only type of denture a patient may have. Partial dentures also play an important role in restoring smiles after tooth loss.
Full and partial dentures are very different. Although they both replace teeth in a patient’s smile, this is where the similarities end. Full dentures are used to restore an entire arch of teeth. These dentures include acrylic gums and teeth, and they may be stabilized with dental implants. They can be used to replace the upper, lower, or both arches, depending on the patient’s needs. Partial dentures are attached to a metal frame that connects to your natural teeth in the dental arch for stability and strength. These are used when patients are missing one or several teeth within a dental arch.
Dentures are considered a temporary restoration for many, as they are not permanent and require extra care and attention. Dentures are removed for cleaning and must always be kept moist when not in use. Patients must brush and care for these teeth as they would their natural teeth and many do not like the daily reminder of tooth loss. However, they are great for patients considering long-term solutions such as dental bridges or dental implants, or for those who are on a tight budget.
Dr. Kotecha and the team at Dentistry On 10 are proud to offer full and partial dentures for the restoration of smiles. Adults of all ages can benefit from dentures, and many find that they are an acceptable way of improving their smiles without the upfront expense of alternative treatments. Patients considering dentures or other restorative solutions should contact Dr. Kotecha and her associates of Denstistry on 10 and schedule an initial consultation appointment to have any questions or concerns addressed before undergoing the process of receiving full or partial dentures.
“Excellent clinic my wife and I have been patients of Dr. Rina for about 1 and a half years now. She is very friendly and polite. I really like the atmosphere of this clinic. All staff work together and very supportive.
Lastly , today I went for check up since one of my tooth which had a filling almost 2 years ago always has been painful. During examination Dr. Rina found that just relieving my bite solved the entire pain issue, which initially I thought might have needed a root canal. I went home with a big smile on my face. No more pain”