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Scarborough, ON M1L 4R1
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What Are My Options for Teeth Whitening in Scarborough?

July 30, 2017

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry — dramara @ 9:48 pm

woman with whitening trayIs your smile looking a little dull lately? When you head out on the town with your friends, you don’t want to hold back from smiling and laughing freely because you’re embarrassed by stained teeth. Food, drinks, and lifestyle choices can all contribute to teeth that aren’t as dazzlingly white as you want them to be. To discover teeth whitening in Scarborough that will make your smile more brilliant and beautiful, head to White Willow dental and talk to your dentist about the following options for whiter teeth.


Dentist in Scarborough Covers Defects with Veneers

November 22, 2016

Porcelain veneers disguise dental defects. Read how Dr. Samantha Amaro, dentist in Scarborough, makes this effective cosmetic treatment easy.Are you discouraged by stained enamel, a small smile gap and that oddly shaped tooth? Dr. Samantha Amaro, dentist in Scarborough, remakes damaged smiles with a variety of aesthetic dental services. Porcelain veneers are one of them. These natural-looking ceramic shells make smile zones defect-free and durable, too.


Scarborough, ON dentist fixes smiles with Zoom! whitening

July 20, 2016

Teeth Whitening from Scarborough, ON DentistWhen your smile becomes dull and yellow, do you want to hide it so no one sees its defects? How can you improve tooth color and your personal outlook safely?  Zoom! teeth whitening from Scarborough, ON dentist, Dr. Samantha Amaro, could be just what you need. (more…)

Scarborough, ON dentist treats many orthodontic issues

July 6, 2016


Do you or your child have smiles that are less than perfect? Orthodontics from Scarborough, ON dentist, Dr. Samantha Amaro at White Willow Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, treats more than aesthetics. Crooked smiles present oral health problems, too, that require correction for long lasting teeth and gums.


Changing Your Smile with Tooth Contouring and Porcelain Veneers

April 13, 2016

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry — Tags: — dramara @ 9:55 pm

tooth contouringIf you have misshaped teeth or other cosmetic flaws hurting the appearance of your smile, you have multiple options available. Tooth contouring and porcelain veneers can be used to enhance the appearance of your smile. Depending on the exact factors negatively impacting your smile, we are able to give you a shapelier and attractive smile using one of the two options. Both are noninvasive procedures that provide instant results for a smile transformation. As leaders for family and cosmetic dentistry, we will create an individualized treatment plan to give you the amazing smile you’ve always wanted.

Lumineers Can Give You Your Dream Smile

February 16, 2016

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry — Tags: — dramara @ 6:47 pm

LumineersFor those who want a bright new smile, Lumineers are the perfect option to correct your smile while giving your teeth a whiter appearance. Unlike traditional veneers, they are thinner and more translucent, allowing the replication of the natural appearance of enamel. Lumineers are ideal for those wanting a natural looking smile without the bulk of traditional veneers. At White Willow Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, we offer Lumineers to light up your smile with whiter, brighter teeth.

Stages of Dental Implant Surgery

February 15, 2016

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentistry — Tags: — dramara @ 9:19 pm

dental implant surgeryDental implants offer a permanent solution to resolve one or more missing teeth without having to deal with the disadvantages of dentures. When performed correctly, the success rate for the implants are nearly 100 percent; however, dental implant surgery is quite invasive and does take a while for the entire procedure to be performed. At White Willow Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, we conduct the entire dental implant procedure from start to finish for maximum results.

Patient Coordinator Marcia Uses Invisalign® for Straight Teeth

July 21, 2015

Invisible braces in a hand on a grey background

Come along for the ride while one of our own progresses through INVISALIGN treatment. Marcia’s case is considered simple and should take approximately 9 – 10 months.

Tray 1 – Day 10 of Invisalign®

I had braces when I was a teen, and for a long time I have been happy with my smile. Lately I noticed some flaws in my smile while looking at family photos. I don’t like the spaces in between my upper teeth and the alignment on my lower teeth seems a little crooked. It started to bother me more when I would see other patients finishing their Invisalign treatment with such great results. I am constantly dealing with the public and was not willing to have braces again. So, I decided to go ahead and correct my smile with Invisalign.

My treatment started with a records appointment that consisted of taking putty models of my teeth as well as photos. This was comfortable for the most part. After the records were sent to Invisalign, I sat down with Dr. Amaro and looked at the 3-D animation of how my teeth would move. Since I have very specific goals, we sent the treatment plan back and had them change it slightly to suit my specific needs. I was happy with the 3-D model, so trays were then fabricated and sent to our office. I will have a total of 18 trays (which will take about 9 months).

The first appointment was to deliver the first set of trays and attach buttons. This was a little uncomfortable for me since I had a bonded retainer on my upper and lower front teeth which had to be removed before treatment. This made the appointment lengthy but Judy (my Hygienist) helped me to feel comfortable. The easiest part of the appointment was attaching the buttons. The first set of trays were given to me and they fit very snuggly. At first they were difficult to get on and off, but then I got the hang of it.

After wearing my first set of trays for a few days, I noticed that the initial pressure on my teeth has gotten better. At first it was very difficult to get the trays on and off, but it has become easier. I have noticed that I am not able to snack as much as before since this will mean removing the trays, snacking, cleaning my teeth, and then replacing the trays. I also find it uncomfortable when not wearing the trays because the buttons are uncovered. My speech at the beginning was also affected but now that I have had them on for almost 2 weeks I am back to normal.

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