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COVID-19 Update

Dentistry is an essential service and we will remain open for your oral health needs. The Ontario Dental Association confirms that β€œdentists are using their training as infection prevention and control experts to keep dental visits safe.”

At JM Dental we have been safely treating patients throughout the pandemic, and we don't want you to delay your regular visits or important care. We always follow the strictest sterilization protocols and take every necessary precaution for our patients, team, and community's safety and health.

Please call to schedule an appointment or ask any questions you have.




Our Intraoral Camera Let’s You See What We See!

Cutting-edge healthcare providers use a variety of innovative technologies to improve oral health and allow for more efficient clinical care. One of the most notable non-invasive devices that have provided ample benefits for both dentists and dental patients is the intra-oral camera.

JM Dental uses the most contemporary dental technology to ensure maximum precision, patient comfort, and efficiency in our diagnostic and treatment procedures. We are your dentist in Etobicoke when it comes to intraoral photography β€” and we are always welcoming new patients!

The intraoral cameras that we use are the perfect tools for close-up intraoral analysis β€” perfectly highlight different mouth structures via a built-in light source. Both the patient and the dentist can see the structures of the buccal cavity, the gums, and the teeth. As a result, the condition of the teeth is visible, and it enables efficient diagnosis of:

Intraoral Camera Uses

One of the primary uses of the intraoral camera in dentistry is patient information β€” using detailed visual imagery from the cameras, it is much easier to educate patients regarding the state of their oral health. This is a crucial part when discussing teeth condition and potential treatment options.

The dentist also uses photos and videos originating from the intraoral camera to assess the progress of the treatment plan; compared to previous imagery, these can be used to determine whether the treatment has resulted in a positive progression compared to the initial state.