Welcome to Sunningdale Dental Centre

Welcome to Sunningdale Dental Centre, a North London dental office. 

    
PLEASE NOTE

UPDATE - June 23, 2020
Dear Valued Patients of Sunningdale Dental Centre

As of June 23rd due to COVID 19, our current office hours are Monday - Thursday 8 am to 5 pm and Friday 8 am to 12 pm.

While we are not operating at full capacity, we are back up and running and are in compliance with the RCDSO and Public Health recommendations to safely treat patients and to protect our team.

We have dentist appointments available for any outstanding treatment that you may have - just call our office to book an appointment.

We are very happy our dental hygiene department has also re-opened. 
We are doing our very best to accommodate all our patients however please keep in mind we do not yet have all our hygienists in every day.  Safety is our number one priority.

Please have patience as our business team works very hard to adjust the schedule and to contact all those not only with upcoming appointments but who have missed their appointments over the past several months.  We are doing our best to get in touch with everyone as quickly as possible but it will take quite some time. 

We miss you all and look forward to seeing you smiling faces soon!

Your Sunningdale Dental Team
 


Dr. Brad Carson, Dr. Dave Aiello and Associates are pleased to care for all your general and family dental needs.
Some of the many dental services we provide are:

              -  cosmetic dentistry, orthodontic dentistry and Invisalign
              -  tooth whitening, veneers, dental implants, crowns and bridges
              -  root canals, treatment for periodontal disease, and treatment for sensitive teeth

 

We are conveniently located at 607 Fanshawe Park Rd. W in London, Ontario (at the corner of Fanshawe and Wonderland). 

We have ample free parking and offer extended hours to accommodate our patients needs.  We are wheelchair accessible.

 

We are committed to providing our patients with a complete range of dental services in a friendly, caring and comfortable environment. 
 

New patients are always welcome.  Please feel free to call or email us anytime!

Archive for April 2018

Brushing alone is not enough to achieve optimal oral health.   Since toothbrushes have limited access to the surfaces between the teeth bacteria can accumulate, multiply and remain undisturbed. Undisturbed plaque can cause gingival inflammation and bleeding and increase the risk for and progression of periodontal disease.  Accessing the spaces between the teeth can be challenging!

waterflosserOne option to clean these areas between the teeth is floss.  Another option available is a water flosser.  If you don’t like to floss or find it difficult, a water flosser may be a great option for you.

There are two key elements in how the Water Flosser works; pulsation and pressure.  Pulsation has been shown to be three times more effective than a steady stream.  It works by providing a compression and decompression phase that allows for the clearing of bacteria and debris from the pocket.  Studies have shown that it can remove plaque biofilm from pockets up to 6mm deep.

There are several models available, and several manufacturers.  For best results make sure you purchase one that has both pulsation and pressure options.

cordless pngwaterpik tips rfMany people prefer a “cordless” model which is also available.  There are also various tips you can use – if you are unsure which tip would be best for you, ask your dentist or dental hygienist at your next visit.


When using a water flosser follow the tips below: 

  • Fill the reservoir with warm water, or warm water and an antibacterial mouthwash, and place it wpon the base, pressing down firmly to ensure full seating.
  • Select the tip and press firmly into the handle. 
  • Adjust the pressure control (start at low pressure). 
  • Lean over the sink and place tip in mouth.
  • Turn unit on. Close lips to prevent splashing, while allowing water to flow from mouth into sink. 
  • Start with the back teeth and pause briefly (3 secs) between teeth, aiming the tip just above the gum line at a 90 degree angle. 
  • When finished, turn unit off and use the tip eject button to remove the tip. 
  • Remove water from reservoir.

If you would like more information, ask us during your next dental appointment.