Dr. Swati Khanna Wins
"Best Dentist" Readers’ Choice Award for Four Years in a Row!
People in and around Burlington, ON have once again shown their love and loyalty towards Dr. Swati Khanna (Dentistry at La Salle) by choosing her for the “Best Dentist” Readers’ Choice Award for 2018. Dr. Khanna was also chosen for this award in 2017 and 2016.
Get all the benefits of five-star service in our general dentistry office in Burlington.
General dental care is crucial to the lasting health of your teeth and gums. It also contributes to a heightened state of general health. The dentists, specialists, and hygienists at Dentistry at LaSalle
understand the importance of their role in your overall wellness. We take this seriously, and enjoy offering the patient-centered care you and your family deserve.
What to expect from general dentistry in our office:
- Focus is placed on YOU and your needs.
- We welcome patients of all ages, including children and seniors.
- Priority is placed on comfort and confidence. We explain all available options, and leave the final decision regarding dental care up to you.
- With a wide range of services, Dentistry at LaSalle can help you address just about any dental concern.
Tooth decay is one of the most common problems treated in general dentistry. Patients are realizing that tooth-colored fillings offer a number of advantages over amalgam fillings. By using composite resin rather than dental amalgam, we avoid risks such as an unattractive, unnatural appearance, leaking, and subsequent damage due to the expansion of filling material in the tooth. Mercury-free fillings are more aesthetically pleasing, and are also very durable.
When a large portion of the tooth structure has been damaged, we may recommend a dental crown
. This full-coverage restoration preserves natural tooth structure by buffering the force of chewing. Crowns may be made from a number of different materials, including gold, zirconia, and porcelain. Many patients choose durable, lifelike porcelain-fused-to-metal, or PFM crowns, to restore strength to damaged teeth.
Root canal therapy
Tooth infection can be a serious issue that ultimately causes the loss of a natural tooth. To avoid this consequence, your Burlington dentist
can perform root canal therapy. The procedure removes infected material from the center of the tooth. After they have been sterilized, the canals are filled with inert material, which will inhibit bacteria from entering in the future. The treated tooth is restored with a dental crown, which can last several years with good care.
We understand that root canal therapy may make you anxious. Please know that your comfort and satisfaction are important to us. Several options for sedation are available. Ask us about them!
Teeth help us to chew our food and are an important part of our smile, hence we do all that we can to avoid extractions. However, certain situations warrant this procedure. Extensive injury to a tooth, or impaction of wisdom teeth may result in the recommendation for extraction. The procedure is performed with gentle techniques as well local anesthetic, so you should feel no discomfort during treatment. Before your procedure, full details will be provided to you so you know what to expect during and also after the tooth removal process.
Importance of maintaining oral health explained by Dr. Swati Khanna
How important is maintaining good oral health? What are the problems caused due to poor oral health? Watch this video to learn more on oral health as Dr. Swati Khanna from Dentistry at LaSalle explains about it.
How important is maintaining good oral health?
At our office, we believe that your mouth is connected to your whole body. We believe in having a sound foundation for your oral health.
What is the most important element in oral health?
This foundation is achieved by having good gum health. A lot of emphasis on having healthy mouths and building a strong foundation is based on the health of your gums.
What are the problems faced due to lack of good oral health?
It has been proven that heart disease, diabetes, etc are all linked to the health of your mouth.