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Dr. Sky Naslenas is honoured to be featured in providing the orthodontic treatment featured in the September 2020 issue of Oral Health. more

Now that our Royal York and Roncesvalles orthodontic clinics have officially reopened, we know existing and potential patients may have some questions for us. As we all adjust to this new normal, we thought we’d give you a little more clarity as to what your orthodontic treatment and options will look like in the coming months. IS ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT SAFE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS? Yes, we’re taking every precaution possible at Orthodontic Studio to ensure our patients an

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FREE Invisalign Treatment!

Doesn’t it sound great? And it is for those who need them the most. Yes! Orthodontic Studio takes a new initiative that to spread kindness. Invisalign has agreed to provide FREE aligner treatment for people with craniofacial anomalies and genetic disorders.

          As an Associate at the Hospital of Sick Kids, Dr sky has more than 10 years of unprecedented exper

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Early Orthodontic Treatment for Children What is the difference between early orthodontic treatment, and regular orthodontic treatment and why might my child need early treatment? How will early treatment benefit my child in the long-run? These are just a few of the questions surrounding the topic of early orthodontic treatment for children. The Canadian Association of Orthodontists recommends that children see an orthodontist as early as age seven. At this point Dr. Sky

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As you embark on your post-orthodontic journey, whether it was done through traditional braces, lingual braces or clear aligners, one way to best showcase your perfectly-aligned, healthy smile is to have them professionally whitened (bleached). As you can probably guess, the most straightforward reason to whiten after treatment is so that your teeth

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As TMJ patients search for alternative treatments to manage their pain, a doctor may have suggested the possibility of trying Botox injections directly into the chewing (masseter and temporalis) muscles to relax these muscles. When injected into facial muscles afflicted with soreness and discomfort, BOTOX® relieves TMJ

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What Is “Accelerated Orthodontics,” And How Does It Work? For anyone who goes through orthodontic treatment, the first question is nearly always about how long the treatment will take. There is an emerging school of treatment called accelerated orthodontics whose goal it is to shorten the time needed to straighten the teeth with some studies claiming that accelerated orthodontic treatment can reduce treatment time up to 50%. There are patients that try unsupervised met

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Have you ever experienced the pain of trying to talk, eat or drink with cold or canker sore in your mouth? Cold sores can take 1-2 weeks to heal and canker sores will not disappear until the source of irritation is eliminated. Dental laser treatment is a fairly quick, painless treatment for these raw and tender types of sores. Laser treatment can significantly reduce healing time. Most people are not aware of our laser treatment for these unpleasant conditions. What is the difference

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What is Airway Centric?  For many years, dentistry – including orthodontics, has focused on dental health, the care and repair of teeth and supporting structures. Due to the rapid growth in sleep and dental sleep medicine, maintaining the airway’s physiological function has shifted into high priority. This allows patients to be treated for airway problems that may be missed or may only be able to receive temporary relief if ignored.more

  1. No impressions. The old moulding technique is quite messy.  The patient is forced to sit with a large rubber-like material in the mouth for fifteen minutes.  Many patients choke, gag, and experience great discomfort. The digital technique is more comfortable since it scans the teeth, which only requires a few minutes of the patient’s time.
  2. No gagging. As the Intraoral Scanner does not use any moulding, there is nothing to ga

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