THE DENTAL CLINIC AT
THE HEART OF ÎLE-PERROT
We put at your disposal 6 general dentists for the treatment and care of DENTAL EMERGENCIES in Île-Perrot: fractured tooth, dental infection or abnormal toothache… Our team works hard to receive you quickly in order to offer you pain relief and avoid complications!
Clinic hours :
Monday 9:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 9:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 9:00 – 20:00
Thursday 13:00 – 21:00
Friday 9:00 – 15:00 *
Saturday 9:00 – 15:00 *
* Appointments only
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Looking for a new dentist in Île-Perrot? At our clinic, you will find all the services you need, regardless of your oral health situation or age. Our team will take the time to properly examine and discuss with you in order to understand your needs. Contact us now!
A biopsy is a minor dental surgery intended to take a sample of oral tissue. It is a necessary procedure to diagnose many oral diseases such as oral cancer. Your dentists at Centre Dentaire Don Quichotte in Île-Perrot recommend it if necessary after an examination of your mouth.
You noticed a lump or lesion on your lips or inside your mouth, and you are worried? Book an appointment without delay to come see us at the clinic. Your dentist will conduct a full exam of your teeth and oral tissue and take some X-rays if needed. If, after these visual examinations, your dentist believes it is necessary to do a biopsy, he will advise it immediately. A biopsy is a minor surgical procedure during which the dentist takes a sample of oral tissue so that it can be analyzed in a laboratory. It is used to determine if a lump or lesion is infectious or cancerous.
There are many types of biopsy that your dentist can perform. He will determine which type according to the nature and location of the lesion he detected. This is a simple and quick procedure that causes little postoperative symptoms.
Importance of routine visits: detection and diagnosis
It is essential to visit your dentist regularly to prevent and detect lesions and other oral diseases. It is important to understand that some diseases are asymptomatic at their early stages, notably oral cancer. With his qualifications, experience and specialized tools, your dentist will be able to detect them.
A lump or lesion inside your mouth (on or under the tongue, inside the cheeks, on the palate) persisting beyond two weeks should encourage you to consult a health professional. The earlier its source is identified, the better are the chances of treating it. Keep in mind, however, that a lesion or lump does not necessarily mean cancer. It is nevertheless worth being examined by a professional whenever in doubt!
Here is how a biopsy is performed by your dentist:
The dentist takes a sample of oral tissue using the technique he will have chosen after the previously conducted examination. He will then offer you postoperative advice.
Laboratory analysis of results
The sample taken is sent to a laboratory for analysis.
Follow-up and recommendations from the dentist
During a following visit, your dentist will give you the results of the analysis and will offer you the appropriate treatment. If analysis has revealed cancerous cells, you will be directed to the appropriate specialist.
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