On this International Women’s Day we would like to celebrate one woman who plays a huge role in our lives here at Lorne Park Dental Associates. Lori is a familiar face and smile to many of our...
How do you choose a toothpaste? Have you purchased the same one for years? Do you buy what's on sale? Does someone else in your household make the choice for you? Not all toothpastes are alike. Selecting a toothpaste based on your specific needs can lead to a healthier mouth and a brighter smile.
The holiday season is a special time with decorations, gatherings and good wishes. Our Lorne Park Dental team wishes everyone Happy Holidays and a very Merry Christmas!
Do you know the effects of cannabis use on the mouth and the implications for dental visits? The legalization of recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018, has prompted us to share this information here.
Thanksgiving is a special holiday. It's a time to reflect and give thanks. At Lorne Park Dental Associates in south Mississauga, we have many things to be thankful for.
Visual Arts Mississauga's Art in the Park 2018 was a fabulous event! Lorne Park Dental Associates was pleased to sponsor the musical performance stage and enjoyed showcasing some our staff's artistic efforts too.
The summer of 2018 is a wrap and what a great summer it was! A very special and noteworthy experience was had by Dr. DeAngelis and her daughter, Kayla when they helped to build a school in Jamaica!
We are pleased to now have a Panoramic Dental X-ray machine in our Lorne Park Dental Associates' office in Mississauga. This specialized unit allows us to capture one image of an entire mouth. It is helpful to our dentists as they diagnose and monitor dental issues or plan needed treatment for our patients.
Murphy the Molar is a dental mascot created in the 1970's by Dr. Samuel M. Green, the Dental Director in the Ontario Department of Health, at the time. The lovable character was the face of a program to promote better dental health in school children throughout the 1970's and 1980's. Murphy was featured in videos, commercials and on buttons and school dental screening report cards.