15017 Yonge Street, Suite 102
Aurora, ON L4G 1M5
Dr. Dominic Lau graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry in 2011. He then completed his residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York before returning to Toronto to practice dentistry in 2012.
Dr. Lau’s commitment to providing comprehensive care and excellent service is a welcome addition to both the staff and patients at Aurora Sunshine Dental. In his spare time, Dr. Lau enjoys going on trips, watching good movies, and a good game of chess.
Nicole graduated from the Oxford College of Arts, Business and Technology in 2014. Through her services, she brings a fresh passion for providing oral health care and education. Prior to her entry into dental hygiene, she worked as a dental assistant for over 6 years. Nicole is dedicated to staying up-to-date with the latest research in preventative oral health care. Her professionalism and commitment are noticeably reflected in her delivery of care. Nicole is bilingual in both English and Chinese and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Yan just joined our clinic to assist the front desk and the chairside.
Yan loves reading, traveling and watching movies.
What is tooth decay? Tooth decay begins with the Streptococcus mutans bacteria. These bacteria join with food particles and fluids in the mouth to create plaque, a constantly forming biofilm which sticks to the surface of tooth enamel. The bacteria in plaque convert the sugars in our foods into lactic ...Read More
Every tooth has two sections: a crown, the visible part of the tooth above the gum line, and one or more roots, which anchor the teeth within the jaw. Each tooth has three basic layers: an outer layer of hard enamel (which protects the crown) or cementum (which covers the root), a middle layer of softer ...Read More
The bacteria in plaque produce acids that erode tooth enamel, eventually creating a hole, or cavity, in the tooth surface. Left untreated, this decay can spread to the interior of the tooth, and might lead to the need for a crown, a root canal, or even extraction. When caught early, your dentist can ...Read More
A dental veneer is a thin, durable porcelain shell that is custom-fabricated to cover the front of a tooth. Veneers can restore the appearance of teeth with chips, cracks, and stains, can close small gaps between the teeth, and can reshape misshapen or slightly misaligned teeth. Veneers are a popular ...Read More
Take a few minutes to watch our educational videos and learn more about different dental treatments and procedures. Video topics include general & cosmetic dentistry, Implants, oral health and hygiene, orthodontics and preventative dentistry. ...Read More
Using lasers, dentists can detect tooth decay that is not yet visible and would otherwise be undiagnosed using traditional methods. Laser cavity detection is based on the fact that healthy tooth structure reflects light, or “fluoresces,” differently than does decayed tooth structure. Teeth with decay ...Read More
Lasers direct a controlled force of energy that can remove or alter bone and tissue. By applying varying wavelengths of energy, dental lasers are used to detect and treat a myriad of oral health issues, including detecting oral cancer and treating small cavities. There are two different types of dental ...Read More
A tooth that has been structurally damaged by decay or trauma sometimes needs to be crowned or “capped” so that it can look good and function properly again. A crown is a durable covering that is custom-made to fit over the entire tooth from the gum line up. Getting a crown used to mean multiple ...Read More
X-rays are one of the most important parts of a dental exam, and can help medical professionals detect problems long before they are visible to the naked eye, including early tooth decay, gum disease, abscesses, and abnormal growths. Benefits of Digital X-rays Easy to obtain Digital X-rays are obtained ...Read More
Slightly bigger than a pen, an intraoral camera is an innovative tool that can take up-close pictures of teeth, gums, and other hard-to-reach places in the mouth. Intraoral cameras can help dentists detect dental issues like tooth decay, periodontal disease, and oral cancers. Benefits of using an intraoral ...Read More
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