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Welcome To Our Office!

We are located in the beautiful city of Hamilton. Our goal is to work with you to achieve the best oral health, the most beautiful smile, and the most favourable dental experience possible. Contact us personally for answers to any dental questions. Or better yet, please stop by our dental office to meet us!
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Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Daniel Zeiter



Dr. Zeiter has been practicing periodontics and implant dentistry in Hamilton, Ontario since 1998. He is a Board Certified Periodontist and obtained his Specialty Degree in Periodontics and a Masters in Heath Sciences from The Medical University of South Carolina in 1997.
Dr. Tamara C. Jackson



Dr. Jackson has been practicing periodontics and implant dentistry in Hamilton, Ontario since 2000. She is a Board Certified Periodontist and obtained her Specialty Degree in Periodontics and Masters in Health Sciences from The Medical University of South Carolina in 2000.
How Can We Help?
IMPLANT DENTISTRY

The consequences of tooth loss can be prevented by replacing the lost tooth in a timely manner. Although there are several options to replace a missing tooth the number one choice for replacing lost teeth is dental implants. Implants are tiny titanium screws or posts that are surgically placed in the bone.

PERIODONTICS

Periodontal disease can affect one tooth or many teeth. It begins when the bacteria in plaque (the sticky, colourless film that constantly forms on your teeth) releases toxins causing gum inflammation. With time, plaque hardens to form tartar and begins to grow below the gum line detaching the gums from tooth.

PERIODONTAL THERAPY

The best material for a bone graft is your own bone, which most likely will come from your chin, the back part of your lower jaw or your hip bone. The hip is considered to be a better source because the hip bone has a lot of marrow, which contains bone-forming cells.

PERIODONTAL FAQs

Outside of our office there’s a few simple things that you can do to maintain good oral hygiene. During dental checkups, we’ll provide a thorough dental exam and cleaning and use a few more tools you probably don’t have at your home.

Our Office
86 Mall Road
Hamilton, ON L8V 5C5
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