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Special Care Dentistry

Inclusion means providing special care to everyone.

Special care is our patient-centred dentistry approach that focuses on personalized risk and needs assessment through all steps of the treatment process: the technical procedure, and the communication and behavioural facilitation.

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Our General Dentistry services include:

Special Needs Care

We adapt and transform our treatments and protocols according to our patient’s needs.

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Senior Care

We ensure that all ages enjoy good oral health and benefit from excellent professional dental care.

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Pediatric Care

We provide dental care for babies and kids of all ages so they can grow up with a healthy smile.

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Mobile Dentistry

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This is why we wake up every day. Happy clients testimonials.

Dr. Maria is very personable and pays great attention to detail. She is very patient and VERY knowledgeable. I Highly recommend her to all my friends and family.

Azadeh Razavi

Dr. Maria Salome is my new dentist and she is exceptionally caring and takes great care of my daughter and me. Her concern for our care is far and beyond what I would expect from my dentist. I feel well taken care of and recommend her to all my friends and clients! Thanks Dr. Maria for our great care!

Jacques Lauzon

My 5 year old son was having a wiggly tooth last week and would not allow any assistance in extraction. Over the two days the gum started to show signs of infection and I had to seek help. Dr.Salome immediately established a great relationship with him. Observing her interaction was a pleasure to watch: she was not only using toys to build the relationship with my son but also one can see that her knowledge in children psychology played a valuable role as well. Within a few minutes the little one was smiling, holding the tooth in his hands. Thank you Dr. Salome for creating an amazing dentist experience for my son! At this age it is important for the little ones not to be afraid to visit the Dentists!

Dr. Adrijana Pesevska

Dr. Salome Lomlomdjian is has been my dentist for 5+ years. Her professionalism, friendliness and gentle care make her one of a kind. The In Path Dental facility is very welcoming and convenient, which makes everything perfect. Thanks Dr. Salome and In Path Dental team for always making my dental treatments a breeze! I strongly recommend Dr. Salome and In Path Dental :)

Dani Martins

The “tooth fairy” Dentist, Dr. Maria Salome Lomlomdjian visited my business, Alpha’s Discovery Kids Preschool and Daycare, to teach the children about how to take care of their teeth. She brought puppets, big toothbrushes and mirrors and several other props to make it fun! She even made individual gift bags for each of the children to take home. The kids were so engaged! Thanks Dr. Salome for an amazing educational experience!

Susie Beghin

Dr. Maria is very personable and pays great attention to detail. She is very patient and VERY knowledgeable. I Highly recommend her to all my friends and family.

Azadeh Razavi
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August 2022

Dr. Maria Salome is my new dentist and she is exceptionally caring and takes great care of my daughter and me. Her concern for our care is far and beyond what I would expect from my dentist. I feel well taken care of and recommend her to all my friends and clients! Thanks Dr. Maria for our great care!

Jacques Lauzon
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April 2021

Frequently Asked Questions

How poor oral health can affect overall health in Seniors and Special needs patients?

Poor oral health may increase the number of harmful bacteria found in the mouth, which may release toxins into the blood that can damage heart tissue or develop lung infections such as pneumonia, especially for seniors who have a hard time swallowing. Poor oral health can also lead to cases of severe gum disease and loss of teeth. Gum disease may also make it harder for people with diabetes to control their blood sugar levels. Gum disease may increase the risk of heart attack and stroke.

Why is dental care important before, during and after Pregnancy?

It is important for you to take good care of your teeth and gums before, while and after you are pregnant. Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that boost the risk of developing gum disease which, in turn, can affect the health of your developing baby. We may recommend more frequent professional cleanings during your second or early third trimester to help reduce the chance of developing gingivitis (gum disease). Poor oral health has the risk of developing periodontitis (infection of bone holding the teeth in place). This type of infection has been associated with poor pregnancy outcomes such as delivering a preterm baby and a low birth weight. To learn more about how to protect your and your baby's health before, during and after the pregnancy please contact In Path Dental.

What is Nursing Bottle Syndrome?

Also known as baby bottle tooth decay or nursing caries, nursing bottle syndrome can result when a baby constantly takes in milk, formula, breast milk, fruit juice or sugar water, just about any liquid containing sugar. For example, sleeping throughout the night with a bottle of liquid containing formula or breast milk, increases the baby’s likelihood for developing caries. Milk has lactose, which is a type of sugar that during time transforms in acid remaining on the teeth that may encourage growth of bacteria that can cause tooth decay, an abscessed tooth or infection that may spread to other areas of the body.

What is the best way to prepare your child for the first dental appointment?

To prevent meltdowns and tantrums, we recommend that parents schedule their toddler’s first dentist visit in the morning. This is because children are typically at their best earlier in the day, so they are less likely to become upset and overwhelmed during their first pediatric dental visit if they are rested and alert. We also recommend that you become their role model at home with your oral hygiene habits and the day of the appointment. Make the first appointment a happy and adventurous visit, a fun event. Incorporate the dentist and oral hygiene into a playtime with books, videos, music and toys. Also we recommend staying calm, explaining in simple terms what is going to happen and avoid bribery with food, especially sugary treats because it will turn into a bad habit.

Do special needs patients have certain dental needs?

Often, special needs patients do have special dental needs. Some special needs patients might be more prone to tooth decay due to having some type of oral trauma, problems brushing their teeth, or through taking medication. It is important to have regular dental visits with the dentist to keep on top of any issues.

Contact Us

Address:
1744 Lakeshore Rd W Unit 2 • Mississauga, ON • L5J 4N8

Phone:
(905) 855-9111

Email:
smile@inpathdental.com

Fax:
(905) 855-0777