Pickering Dentists | Implants & Sedation - Brockington Family Dental

We welcome you and your family to our online dental practice. We proudly serve the Pickering and Ajax area, providing family dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and emergency dentistry. Come into our spacious and comfortable offices, we look forward to seeing you.

At Brockington Dental we are committed to providing quality dental care for our patients from Pickering, Scarborough, Ajax and beyond while ensuring your safety and comfort. We will ensure you are comfortable and confident in your treatment by explaining it thoroughly and giving you all of the options. We welcome the whole family, and want to help you get the brilliant smile you've always wanted and deserved.
 
Just a few of the exclusive options we offer include:
 
- Same day emergency dentistry in Pickering

- Our Dental Office is open evenings and Saturdays 

- Payment plan options ( interest free )

- Sedation and sleep dentistry 

- Dental implants teeth implants, placement 

- Smile makeovers 

- Invisible braces (Invisalign) 

- Wisdom teeth Removal
 
Our professional team of hygienists, assistants and dentists in Pickering, Ontario, have over a decade of experience. We know how to help our community, and take pride in our facilities, staff and services. We are committed to continuous education, attending talks and participating in courses on the latest in dentistry.

Feel Free to look around our site to learn more about us and our services. Contact us at your convenience if you'd like to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions or concerns. Our ‘Patient Education’ section will help you to better understand your oral health while our ‘Services’ section shows you our wide variety of available treatment options. If you'd like more details, don't hesitate to call or visit.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email at brockingtondentaloffice@gmail.com or call us at
905-683-5448

 
We look forward to meeting you! 
 

Dentist in Pickering

Archive for April 2015


Maintaining good oral health is very important in life.  As we get older, we often think there’s not much we can do to strengthen our teeth once we pass a certain age.   We seem to believe that strong teeth can only be developed when we’re still young.   The good news is with some simple lifestyle adjustments, adults of any age can make their purely whites stronger.  


 

Tooth decay is largely based on mouth chemistry – a chemistry that can be changed at anytime in your life by adjusting your eating habits.  Decay begins when your teeth enamel become weak leaving you susceptible to cavities, chipping and other teeth problems. By eating the proper foods you can stop this process, known as demineralization, and reinforce your teeth enamel.  Here are 5 great foods for stronger healthier teeth.

You know how you should brush after every meal? Actually, you don’t. Sugar isn’t the main cause of cavities. And bleaching doesn’t weaken your teeth. With so many misconceptions surrounding dental health, it’s not surprising that we’ve made up a few myths over the years to explain our dental issues. So why do we believe these myths? We usually heard them from somewhere, and they get repeated over and over again that we just take them for face value. But when it comes to your dental health, having false information can be dangerous. For your benefit, we have debunked four of the most common dental myths below:

Myth #1: You should brush after every meal
It’s obvious that brushing your teeth is important. But you may be surprised to learn that brushing right after a meal may be harming your teeth.
Wait, what!?

Yep! When you eat, your mouth produces acids, which soften your tooth enamel while it breaks down food particles. Brushing too soon after eating can actually wear away the protective tooth enamel, your mouth’s primary defense against cavities. It’s best to wait at least 30 to 60 minutes before brushing to give your saliva time to neutralize the high acid levels in your mouth caused by eating and drinking.

Gum Disease: What Are The Stages?

Did you know 7 out of 10 Canadians will have gum disease during their life time?

In fact, it’s the most widespread oral disease in Canada. Gum disease can start out painlessly but can quickly become a serious problem if left untreated.

If you think you have gum disease (and even if you don’t) it’s important to get the facts so you know what you’re dealing with.