Dr. Elizabeth Dimovski

Dr. Elizabeth Dimovski
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To help the dental visit go more smoothly:

1. Tell your child about the visit but limit the amount of details given.
2. Answer any questions with simple, to-the-point, answers. Let the dentist answer more complex or detailed questions as dentists are trained to describe things to children in a non-threatening and easy-to-understand language.
3. Be careful of the words that you use such as "hurt" and "pain."
4. Be sure not to tell your child about an unpleasant dental experience that you've had.
5. Explain things in a matter that they'll understand how important it is to maintain healthy teeth and gums and that the dentist is a friendly doctor whose job it is to help do this.
6. Don't promise a reward for going to the dentist.

Ways a dentist can calm an anxious child:

1. Voice control. The dentist uses a friendly voice, which could become firmer if necessary.
2. Simple instructions. The dentist will use simple words (tell, show, do) to explain a procedure and may demonstrate the procedure on a doll or another person before performing the procedure on the child.
3. Positive reinforcement. The dentist will use praise and compliments to reward for good behaviour.
4. Distraction. The dentist will tell stories or engage the child in conversation to draw the child's attention away from the work being completed.
5. Nonverbal communication. The dentist uses body language, such as a simple smile to reinforce positive behaviour.
6. Sedation. The dentist may use sedation to help the child relax and be more comfortable, if necessary. The two most common types of sedation that might be used in children are nitrous oxide ("laughing gas") or an oral sedative (such as Valium).

For more information on this or other topics be sure to contact one of our dental professionals.

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WHAT IS PERIODONTICS? Dentist/Periodontist Brampton

Brampton Periodontics and Implant Specialist, Brampton Dentists, Brampton Gum Specialist,Periodontics is the branch of dentistry concerned with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the diseases and conditions of the supporting and surrounding tissues of the teeth or their substitutes. The term is derived from the Greek word peri, for around, and odont, for tooth.

The destruction of the supporting tissues around teeth is primarily due to bacterial accumulation from improper cleaning. Most people will have some form of periodontal disease during their lifetime. The majority can be treated by their family dentist. However, when the disease progresses so that pockets are formed and bone loss occurs, then more advanced treatment by a periodontist is recommended.

A periodontist in Ontario must successfully complete a general dental degree and a two- or three-year postgraduate training in periodontics at an accredited facility (or its equivalent) and pass a specialty examination before being licensed. Periodontists are trained in many surgical procedures, such as bone grafting, sinus lifting, and implant placement, as well as the surgical and non-surgical treatment of periodontal diseases and the diagnosis, treatment planning and maintenance of the dental implant and its supporting structures.

Information is per the Ontario Dental Association.


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Are you pregnant? Did you know that during pregnancy gingivitis may occur between the second and eighth month?

Gingivitis, which is an early stage of gum disease, can be easily prevented by visiting your dentist regularly during your pregnancy. Your dentist or dental hygienist may recommend more frequent professional dental cleanings during the second or early third trimester to help reduce the chance of developing gingivitis. If you are pregnant be sure to tell your dentist or your dental hygienist. 

For more information on this or other topics be sure to ask one of our dental professionals at your next dental visit.

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Gum disease is an inflammatory condition that affects the soft tissue and bone around the teeth. Although it might have minimal or no symptoms, this disease is considered a serious health condition that may lead to tooth loss.

The best way to reduce your chances of having gum disease is to visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.

Some common warning signals of gum disease include:

Bleeding gums when brushing 
Redness and swollen gums
Loose and/or separating teeth
Bad breath
Receding gums that make the teeth look longer
Change in your bite
Dentures that do not fit anymore

For more information or if you think you might be at risk of gum disease contact our office or be sure to ask one of our dental professionals at your next dental visit.

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Sure, there are other options out there for straightening your teeth, but none offer the level of comfort, convenience and confidence that you'll find with Invisalign®. And no matter what stage you're at in life, you'll appreciate how Invisalign's cutting-edge approach to treatment has minimal interference in how you live, but has a significant positive impact on how you look and feel about yourself.

The Clear Aligner are virtually invisible. 
They are smooth and comfortable aligners.
The aligners are removable for easy cleaning. 
You can eat what ever you want.
They do not require brackets or wires.
And it is easier to brush, floss and clean your teeth.


You may be surprised to know that the benefits of having properly aligned teeth extend far beyond a confident smile. According to the American Dental Association, straightening your teeth can actually significantly affect your overall dental health.1 Think about it — a smile can hardly be perfect if it's not a healthy one. Fortunately, with Invisalign®, having a confident smile and reducing your risk for tooth decay and gum disease go hand in hand.


Swollen, red gums can often be the result of having teeth that are crowded or too widely spaced. Unfortunately, these are also signs of periodontal disease. When teeth are properly aligned, it helps the gums fit more securely around the teeth, allowing for the strongest and healthiest defence against potential periodontal problems. With Invisalign, the comfortable/clear aligners, gently and gradually begin to move your teeth into the proper position without unsightly brackets and wires.


One of the biggest challenges of having braces is removing all the food that gets trapped in the brackets and wires. This can often lead to plaque buildup and eventually tooth decay. With Invisalign, the aligners are removable, so it’s easy to continue brushing and flossing the way you normally do.


Think of your teeth as a window to the health of your body. Your teeth and gums — and how they look to others when you smile—say a lot about your overall health. If you're taking good care of both, you're probably taking good care of the rest of you. Tooth decay and gum disease are caused by bacteria. Left untreated, they can cause mouth sores, tender or bleeding gums, bad breath, and possible tooth loss. Studies by the American Dental Association have shown that oral infections can also lead to other more serious ailments such as heart disease, stroke, pneumonia and diabetes5. Invisalign aligners make daily oral hygiene easier, thus reducing the risk of possible problems. And correctly aligned teeth can also alleviate the issues that can be caused by an improper bite, speech or chewing difficulties, jaw problems, and increased wear on the tooth enamel. Invisalign effectively addresses all of these orthodontic issues, so you'll have the confidence of a great smile and increase the likelihood of improved oral health. 

For more information on Invisalign be sure to call one of our dental professionals at 905-458-6620 or visit www.invisalign.com. 
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Jessica SAYS!

Definition - "A single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship of trust, that causes harm or distress to an older person."

Elder abuse has become a domestic concern in Canada and the United States. People in the older populations are maintaining their dentition and seek care in dentistry. The dental practitioner is in a unique position to be aware of the obvious and subtle evidence of elder abuse. Two thirds of injuries sustained in abuse of older adults can be easily found during a routine oral examination. Over half of these injuries occur in the head and neck region. By 2026 every 5th Canadian will be older than 65 years. Elder abuse is complex and multiple factors may contribute. Some causes may include; Lack of understanding of needs and abilities. Discriminatory beliefs, including Ageism. Continuance of pre-existing abuse. A clear power and control imbalance.

Types of abuse include (and may also be criminal code offences); Physical, sexual, psychological, financial, neglect, violation of rights. Possible indicators may include; fear/ depression, visible cuts, scratches, bruises, swelling, burns, disclosure, difficulty walking/ standing, decrease in self-esteem, unable to meet expenses, suspicious looking signatures on cheques, a person showing unusual interest in the older adult's financial affairs, malnourishment, missing dentures, glasses or hearing aides. Risk factors for being abused; Living alone; being socially isolated; having dementia. Older adults may not be able to communicate their abuse.

There is support for older adults facing abuse. Click on the link below for contact numbers and information. 

For more information feel free to contact our office.

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HEALTHY BODY AND TEETH - Nutrition Information

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A healthy diet and nutritional counselling is becoming an increasingly important aspect of preventive dentistry and the general health.  It is very important to understand the quality, consistency, nutritional composition, and combinations in which foods are eaten for healthier teeth and body.

The new generation is clearly gearing towards a healthier diet to achieve a healthy physique and to maintain optimal levels of body's performance. A diet consisting of antioxidants and other nutrients found in fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and some alternate foods such as soy foods, can help strengthen immunity and improve the body’s ability to combat bacteria. In other words, inflammation in the body can be avoided with more force when proper nutrients are absorbed through a complete diet. This can also help protect the teeth and gums. A healthy diet can also aid in the prevention of cavity-causing bacteria attacks. To make sure that your body obtains all the necessary nutrients and vitamins, it is best to follow Canada's Food Guide.

Healthy Body, Dentists Brampton, Family, Dentist, Brampton, Best Dentist Brampton, Brampton Dental Offices,Calcium is an important component of a healthy diet and a mineral necessary for life.  It helps promote healthy strength of the bone and teeth.  Calcium-fortified drinks such as juices, milk and other dairy products are rich in calcium and vitamin D. Hard cheeses are also very good for the teeth as they help release a burst of calcium that mixes with plaque and sticks to the teeth, protecting them from the acid that causes decay.

Healthy Body, Dentists Brampton, Family, Dentist, Brampton, Best Dentist Brampton, Brampton Dental Offices,Crisp fruits and raw vegetables, like apples, carrots and celery, help clean plaque from teeth and freshen breath. Antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin C, and other nutrients from fruits and vegetables help protect gums and other tissues from cell damage and bacterial infection. Folic acid is also important to have in a healthy diet. It helps promote a healthy mouth and supports cell growth throughout the entire body. Folic acid can be found mainly in dark green leafy vegetables. It is also very important to avoid or limit the foods that cause and promote cavities in the mouth.  Some of the cavity-causing organisms in the mouth feed on the sugar in foods such as soda, sugary drinks/candies and convert it to acid, which attacks tooth enamel and causes tooth decay.

An acidic environment in the mouth can also cause problems with the teeth. Acidic foods and drinks such as carbonated drinks, citrus fruit juices, wine, pickles and honey can cause tooth enamel to weaken, wear away and teeth to become sensitive, cracked and discolored. Foods that take a long time to chew or that you hold in your mouth (such as cough drops) can damage teeth as they hold sugar against teeth longer than other foods do. Be sure to avoid snacking on sugary, carbohydrate-rich or acidic foods throughout the day, these foods should be consumed during meal times in order to decrease the amount exposed to time the teeth. The mouth produces more saliva to help digest larger meals, which then washes away more food and helps neutralize harmful acids before they can attack the teeth.

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A healthier diet aids in achieving a healthy physique and maintaining optimal levels of body's performance which is an important part of life. A diet that promotes good oral health is not just about the foods you eat or avoid, when and how you eat them is equally important.

For more information on healthy living be sure to contact one of our dental professionals.

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It is very important to try to avoid acidic foods and drinks between meals, because there isn’t as much saliva in your mouth at these times to protect your teeth. Also, be sure to wait about an hour to clean your teeth after eating. If you brush while the acids are still in your mouth you are removing some of your teeth’s surface. If you wait about an hour the saliva will help your teeth battle the acid so it is safe to brush. Try to finish your meals with a little cheese or milk as these products help cut down on the acid in your mouth.

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