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Meet the Doctors

Dr. Sobia Sultan

Dr. Sobia Sultan, or Dr. ‘S’ as she is known to her patients, is a General Dentist and co-owner of Smile Park Dental, with a keen interest in Pediatric and Surgical/Implant Dentistry. Dr. S’s main goal as a Dentist has always been to ensure that her patients have a safe, calm, and relaxing environment from the moment they walk into her clinic. She is committed to providing personalized care and building results that keep her patients smiling.

Academically, Dr. S earned her Doctor in Dental Surgery Degree from the prestigious University of Toronto where she also obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science, with Honours. Since graduating, she has devoted her time to excel in all aspects of Dentistry including Cosmetic Dentistry, Crown and Bridge Treatment, and Preventative Dental Care. Aside from constantly taking Continuing Education courses, she has also been a consistent member of the Ontario Dental Association, the Halton Peel Dental Association and the Toronto Crown and Bridge Study Club. She is a recent member of the distinguished Spear Study Club, which strives to excel at evidenced-based dentistry.

Dr. S is originally from Markham and has lived in the Halton Region for the past decade. She enjoys the outdoors with her husband Ibraheem and their beautiful 3 year old daughter, Leanna. She also loves to travel, and stay active with her HIIT classes at her favourite gym in Oakville.

Dr. Saswati Sen

Dr. Saswati Sen is a General Dentist and co-owner of Smile Park Dental, who prides herself on her ability to make patients feel comfortable with her friendly and gentle nature. She obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the University of Toronto and prior to that completed her Master of Science degree from the University of Toronto and Bachelors of Sciences with honours from McMaster University.

Dr. Sen strives to remain current with the latest advancements in dental research and techniques with a keen interest in Invisalign and root canal therapy. Additionally, she truly enjoys working with children. She is skilled at putting young patients at ease by entertaining them with many children’s songs and fun magic tricks.

She is a member of the Ontario Dental Association and Toronto Crown and Bridge Study Club. She also loves to give back to her community by participating in Smile Days organized by the Halton-Peel Dental Association.

Dr. Sen was born and raised in North York, Ontario and moved to Mississauga in 2012. When she is not in the office, Dr. Sen enjoys creating artistic Masterpieces with her 3 year old daughter, spending time with family and friends, and playing online games.

Asking questions is a part of learning. The more we know, the more comfortable we are. With dentistry, asking questions is just part of having good oral health. If you have questions for your dentist, ask away! The dentist is an expert who is there to help you have a healthy, bright smile. Let’s take a look at 10 of the most popular questions dentists are asked.

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Since children can develop cavities by the age of two, it is recommended to bring your child for the first dental checkup when the first tooth appears or around the first birthday. Not only does this introduce your child to a lifetime of good dental care, it is an opportunity to catch any problems before more teeth grow in.

Since everyone is different, our mouths and teeth are different, our dental health will be varied. For adults, it is recommended you visit the dentist twice a year. Even if you feel your mouth is in good condition, it is a good idea to have your teeth checked and cleaned by a professional so they stay healthy.

Good oral hygiene is how you maintain your teeth’s health at home on a daily basis. You need to have daily brushing, flossing, eating healthy (fruits and vegetables, limited amount of sugary snacks,) and using toothpaste with fluoride. It is also recommended you stay away from tobacco products.

Fluoride is know to be effective to prevent tooth decay. It is a mineral that can be found in both salt and fresh water, soil and multiple types of food. It makes teeth more resistant to decay, and in some cases even helps reverse tooth decay.

Usually children start losing teeth around six or eight years of age. Teeth tend to fall out in the same order they came in. Remember every child is different, so tooth loss won’t likely be the same. The oral conditions may play a part, for example, how long the child has gone without a dental checkup or cleaning, and how long the child’s baby teeth last.

The easiest way to prevent dental issues is to eat a healthy diet, have good oral hygiene, have regular dental checkups. Good oral hygiene means daily brushing twice a day, and flossing at least once a day.

Tooth sensitively is when you feel pain when you eat foods or drinks that are hot or cold, or sweet or acidic. You develop tooth sensitivity when the enamel of the tooth becomes thin from relentless exposure to those extreme temperatures or sweetness. The tooth’s pulp and dentin will then have no protection and that’s where the pain comes in. Other reasons you can experience tooth sensitivity: chipped/broken teeth, grinding teeth, receding gums, fillings, tooth whitening and orthodontics. Your dentist will be able to discuss your personal situation and recommend the proper treatment for you.

Teeth often experience some discolouration over their lifetime. Causes for this are plentiful, but some examples are tobacco, wine, coffee, and tea. If you want immediate results, speak to your dentist about in-office services. The dentist will use a mold of your mouth to make a tray to fit your teeth. Then, a whitening gel will be used to whiten your teeth.

If you have experienced tooth loss, or need to replace weakened teeth, implants could be helpful. They are a permanent alternative to dentures, and work well when you have a healthy jaw and mouth. Implants are great for patients because the implants prevent remaining teeth from getting loose or moving.

Dental x-rays help your dentist see the condition of your teeth, and monitor your mouth for any changes that occur between visits. Most adults will have a full mouth x-ray every four and five years. If there are dental concerns, you may need more x-rays or visit more often (six to 18 months.)

If you still have a question that isn’t on this list, don’t be afraid to contact your dentist today. Dentists won’t mind answering your questions because you are furthering your dental knowledge and developing trust. The more you know and understand about the services and care available for your teeth, the more comfortable and relaxed you will be when visiting the dentist. Speak to your dentist if you have any concerns.