About DR. DAN HAGI

Educated at the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry, Dr. Hagi was one of the youngest graduates to ever receive his doctorate degree ...
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General & Aesthetic Dentistry Clinic


Dental Implants Technology

Dental Implants

Utilizing the most advanced MIS Titanium and Ceraroot Zirconium Oxide anchors we are able to replace missing teeth ...

CeraRoot Zirconia Ceramic Dental Implants

Ceramic Dental Implants

The CeraRoot Dental Implant is a white implant made of Zirconia Oxide, a ceramic. This implant can be used ...

Digital Smile Design Technology

Digital Smile Design

Even before our treatment begins, our office can provide you with a digital visualization of the smile of your...

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FAQ

I am missing most of my back teeth and do not wish to lose any of my remaining front teeth. I've been through several sets of removable partials and could not wear any of them. Could I have teeth that stay in all the time to replace my teeth missing in the back and keep my remaining teeth in front?

Your situation is very common.  First of all we will do everything possible to help you keep your remaining natural teeth as long as their supporting structures are within an acceptable range.  Supporting structures means the gum and...

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