Welcome to Simcoe Dental!
Every individual has different dental needs; no two persons are the same. At Simcoe dental, we design an individualized treatment plan that will best address your concerns and prevent future complications.
Our doctors strive to make certain that you are comfortable and informed of all your options. We are pleased to provide direct billing and assignment billing to insurance companies to help ease the financial burden. We welcome all insurance plans and can help you better understand your specific plan.
Simcoe Dental brings your treatment needs one step further by offering a denturist with 20 years experience. He is your expert in full and partial dentures, and offers free consultations. Please make sure to ask him about his exciting new development-“Ivory Digital Dentures”.
We also have a fully functional lab on site where we are able to offer you convenient, same day relines and repairs for your dentures!
We look forward to meeting you.
We go the extra smile…
Dr. Calotti graduated in 2013, obtaining her DDS degree from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Alberta. She is an active member of the RCDSO and the ODA and is dedicated to continuing education so that she can provide her patients with the most up to date procedures and techniques.
She prides herself on the ability to listen to her patients’ concerns and educate them so they can make an informed decision on their treatment needs. Dr. Calotti is very patient and skilled in working with children, having two young kids of her own. In her free time she participates in providing volunteer dental services to patients in need in Halliburton.
Dr. Calotti looks forward to meeting you and providing your family the best of dental care in a friendly environment.
Dr. Aryan Rezaeifar (often referred to as Dr. Aryan by the patients and staff), joined Simcoe Dental in April 2015. Originally from Iran, Dr. Aryan graduated from the University of Boali Dental. In 2010, Dr. Aryan immigrated to Canada with his family, and five years later completed the National Dental Board Examination. Dr. Aryan practices all aspects of general dentistry, with a special interest in surgery and Root canal therapy. He currently resides in Toronto and is an active member of the ODA and the RCDSO.
Dr. Aryan is committed to providing compassionate, quality care to his patients, and welcomes the chance to meet you.
Mr. Sharer is the in-house denture specialist. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Sciences in 1992 and later obtained his Denturist accreditation at George Brown College, in 1996. He is a member of the College of Denturists of Ontario and the Denturists’ Association of Ontario and Canada. Mr. Sharer has 20 years of practice experience and provides service in all aspects of denture treatment. Mr. Sharer works closely with our dentists to provide complete dental treatment options. Mr. Sharer is committed to improve the lives of denture wearers. Hence, Mr. Sharer is presently developing digital denture technology. The Ivory Digital Denture System, which will be rolled out in early 2017, is promising to change the face of denturism.
Simcoe Dental accepts all insurance plans and we’ll be happy to go over your coverage with you.
All our treatments are furnished with state of the art equipment and maintained at the highest standards.
We offer a full range of services to help your entire family enjoy great dental health.
With years of dental experience and experience with implants, we are experts in all facets of dentistry.
How to brush your teeth
Brushing helps remove the plaque that forms on your teeth every day. If the plaque is not removed, it forms acid. This causes the teeth to decay and gums to become infected.
When brushing your teeth it is a good idea to use a brush with soft bristles which is gentle on your gums.
First brush the chewing surface of your teeth with a back and forth motion to remove food particles. Next gently brush your teeth in a circular motion with the bristles at a 45 degree angle towards the gums.
Do the same on the inner surfaces of your upper teeth. Then repeat these same steps on your lower teeth.
After brushing rinse your mouth and check to see if you’ve missed any places.
Remember to take time to bush and floss your teeth every time properly every day to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
How to floss your teeth
Proper brushing and flossing is important for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. This will take a few minutes each day but will help keep your teeth and gums health.
Flossing helps to remove the plaque that forms on your teeth every day. Flossing removes plaque where a toothbrush cannot reach. These areas are:
* Along the gum line
* Between your teeth
If the plaque is not removed it forms acid. This causes teeth to decay and gums to become infected.
To floss your teeth start by taking about 12 inches of floss. Slide the floss between your teeth curving around each tooth making a ‘C’ shape. Make three scoops on each side of every tooth going slightly under the gum line.
Repeat this process with the lower teeth. Don’t forget to floss behind your back teeth.
Remember to take time to brush and floss your teeth every day to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
During a dental visit your dentist may identify certain teeth that are prone to decay. A common preventative measure is the use of sealants.
Food and plaque become trapped on the surface of your teeth every day and cause decay if not removed.
To apply a sealant to deeper pits on the surface of your teeth any food and plaque are first removed.
The teeth are first cleaned of any debris with a protective paste to ensure a clean surface for the sealant.
A special conditioning solution is applied to the tooth to prepare it for the sealant. Sealants are placed in the pits of the teeth and cured to create a barrier to food and plaque.
Once these sealants are cured and placed they are an effective barrier against decay in the deep pits of your teeth.
Regular Dental Visits
Regular visits to your dentist are an important part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums.
An important part of any dental checkup is early detection of tooth decay. tooth decay occurs over time but can be most easily restored when discovered early.
If tooth decay is allowed to progress without detection more extensive restorations are required.
Your dentist will also be able to identify signs of periodontal disease, which like tooth decay, is important to detect early on before it requires extensive restoration.
Fluoride treatment from your dentist provide highly effective decay protection when combined with proper brushing and flossing.
Your dentist or hygienist will be able to answer any further questions you have about the procedure.