Parodontiste Montréal Dr Philippe Martineau

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Welcome!

At Parodontiste Montreal, we understand that dental treatments can be a source of concern. It is for this reason that we welcome you in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Our goal is to make your experience as pleasant as possible and we will take the time to serve you well.

Our two modern clinics are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, examples of which are digital radiology that reduces the exposure to radiation, sterilization based on the latest standards, music on request, the use of quality materials and Periolase laser treatments.

However, technology is nothing without a competent, respectful and honest personnel who knows how to use it efficiently.

Parodontiste Montréal has access to a vast team and is a member of the Western Specialized Clinics, an association of specialist dentists. In addition to working in collaboration with your dentist, we offer the services of a maxillofacial surgeon, an orthodontist, a dental prosthodontist and an endodontist. This proximity makes the management of complex cases easier.

This association is also involved in the dental community by training dentists at Le Lycée, in Lachine.

 

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THE PERIODONTIUM
The periodontium is what surrounds the teeth. The teeth are supported by the alveolar bone to which fibres (the periodontal ligament) are attached. The bone is covered by a pinkish mucosa called the gums.

PERIODONTITIS
Periodontitis is an infectious and inflammatory disease of the tissues supporting the teeth. The mouth is home to a great variety of bacteria, often beneficial. With adequate oral hygiene and good oral health, the immune system maintains periodontal balance and health. If am imbalance arises between the bacteria and immune factors, the gums will become inflamed and will detach from the teeth. t.

The crevasses in the gums will deepen and the underlying pockets will promote harmful bacteria with the accumulation of tartar under and on the gums. This inflammation provokes the destruction of the support tissues and ultimately the loss of teeth.

THE PERIODONTIST
The periodontist is a dentist who specializes in the treatment of gum disease and the bones supporting the teeth. His practice also includes periodontal surgery and dental implants.

In addition to a dentistry course, the periodontist is required to take a 3 year specialization course in periodontics and must obtain a specialization license from the Ordre des dentistes du Québec, which requires successfully completing an examination of The Royal College of Dentists of Canada.

 

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Originally from Québec City, Dr Martineau received his diploma specializing in periodontics from Université Laval. In addition to being a member of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, he is a diplomat of the American Board of Periodontology.

Dr Martineau brings a passion to dentistry. He is a clinician at McGill University and received the Outstanding teaching and mentoring in Periodontics award from the American Academy of Periodontology in 2011. He is also associated with the dental training center Le Lycée.

He has a private practice in Lachine and Candiac. His fields of interest are the treatment of periodontitis, periodontal plastic surgery and implantology. With his friendly approach, he will work closely with you to ensure your periodontic health.

 

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THE TREATMENTS

NON-SURGICAL THERAPY     

SURGICAL THERAPY     

LASER-ASSISTED THERAPY (LANAP)     

PERIODONTAL PLASTIC SURGERY

Several types of surgeries can be indicated to improve appearance or the function of the periodontal tissues.

GINGIVAL GRAFT     

CROWN LENGTHENING     

GINGIVAL PLASTY     

ORAL MEDICINE     

IMPLANTOLOGY     
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Am I the only one suffering from periodontitis?     

How do I know if I have periodontitis?     

What are the symptoms that can suggest the presence of periodontitis?     

My parents lost their teeth at a young age. Does that mean that I will also?     

Why can’t I get an accurate cost of treatment over the telephone?     

Why do I need a consultation appointment prior to treatment?     

What should I expect during the first appointment?     

Are X-rays necessary?     

Can I bring the X-rays taken by my dentist?     

What do I do in case of an emergency following a surgical treatment?     
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Montréal
975, rue Notre-Dame Lachine, Qc  H8S 2C1   P. 514.637.2555

Rive-Sud
81-83, St-François-Xavier, Candiac Qc  J5R 4V4   
P. 514.394.7979

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