Dr.Yakov Spektor

Dentist at Centre Dentaire Fairmount

We protect your reasons to smile

With Dr. Yakov Spektor, our dentist, you not only receive high-quality dental care, but you also experience a journey to a healthier, more radiant smile. Discover the difference that experience and commitment make in caring for your oral health today!

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Dr. Yakov Spektor

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Discover excellence in dental care with our exceptional dentist, Dr. Yakov Spektor!

Our expert dentist not only has extraordinary training, but has also honed his skills over the years, staying up to date with the latest dental technologies and treatments. His ability to apply innovative techniques guarantees exceptional results for each patient.

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Dr. Maria Fernanda Salviz

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Dr. Audrey Elmoznino

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We are here for all your questions

Centre Dentaire Fairmount welcomes a wide range of major private dental insurance plans and student programs. Moreover, we are knowledgeable about the latest developments in coverage policies and are delighted to go over the specifics of your insurance plan prior to commencing any treatment.

The frequency of dental visits can vary based on individual oral health needs. However, a general guideline recommended by most dentists is to schedule a dental check-up and cleaning every six months. These regular visits allow the dentist to assess your oral health, identify potential issues early on, and provide professional cleaning to remove plaque and tartar buildup.

It is a good idea to see your dentist whenever you experience dental pain, even if it goes away quickly. Typically, this discomfort suggests something is going on, and it is crucial to determine whether it was an isolated incident or the beginning of some underlying problem, such as cavities, infection or the eruption of a wisdom tooth.

Darkening or pigmentation of teeth can be caused by various factors, such as high fluoride in water, dental injuries, tobacco, red wine and coffee consumption, combined with poor oral hygiene. Also, taking certain medications, such as tetracycline (an antibiotic), during pregnancy or childhood, can influence this aspect.

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