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    Why Should I Get Implants?

    Implant dentistry replaces missing teeth with an artificial tooth root and crown that matches the look and feel of your original teeth. Missing teeth can often make it difficult to laugh, speak, smile, eat and even kiss. Dental implants restore your teeth and bring with them a higher quality of life.

    New Patients Always Welcome

    We are accepting new patients! Don't hesitate to contact us and take the first step toward achieving better oral health outcomes.
    Dental implants

    Dental Implants

    Dental implants

    Tooth loss restricts your ability to chew properly and also affects your diet and nutrition to your disadvantage. In case you have a missing tooth, there are a number of ways in which we can fix your missing tooth. And there is no long-lasting and better option than dental implant to restore that missing tooth.

    A dentist surgically places the implant in an opening he has made in your jawbone, which acts as the new “root” for the missing tooth. A “crown” is then added to the implant which fills the space left by the missing tooth.


    Tooth loss can take place due to a wide array of reasons, right from uncontrolled diabetes to smoking and periodontal (gum) disease. Periodontal disease is a gum disease which weakens the attaching structures from the tooth, detaching it from your gum eventually. Bacteria in your saliva can also cause tooth loss as it deposits plaque on your gum and tooth, making it decay over time.

    Other major causes of tooth loss are –

    • Radiation to the jaws
    • Cancer
    • Injury, especially in contact sports
    • Poor dental care and maintenance
    • Other oral diseases
    Tooth anatomy in gum on white background illustration


    Tooth anatomy in gum on white background illustration
    Tooth loss may not be painful at all, except for loss due to injury. This makes it difficult to identify the symptoms of tooth loss and prevent it before it actually takes place. However, you can notice the following things if you are experiencing tooth decay, the stage preceding tooth loss
    • Strange, unpleasant taste in mouth, especially when you wake up
    • An unexpected tooth pain having no underlying cause
    • Tooth sensitivity
    • Bad breath
    • Grayish black spots on your teeth
    These are the most common symptoms of tooth decay, and you should consult one of our dentists for treatment and information about prevention of cavities and tooth loss. Tooth decay treatment is a lot effective and cheaper as compared to tooth loss treatment as it is in the early stages.

    Learn about the services that we provide to make your smile great



    The Waterlase combines water, air, and laser energy for safe use on human tissue in the mouth. Our teeth are partially made up of water and when the laser makes contact with the tooth it excites the water molecules to cut through the tooth.



    Implant dentistry replaces missing teeth with an artificial tooth root and crown that matches the look and feel of your original teeth. Missing teeth can often make it difficult to laugh, speak, smile, eat and even kiss. Dental implants restore your teeth and bring with them a higher quality of life.

    Invisalign™ Braces

    Invisalign™ Braces

    Invisalign™ clear aligners are the clear alternative to metal braces. Invisalign™ gradually shifts teeth into place using plastic that is worn over the teeth and almost invisible. Dr. William Rodriguez & Associates is proudly listed as a Preferred Provider of Invisalign™ for the Mississauga area.



    Using VELscope, a wide variety of oral abnormalities can be discovered — often before they’re visible to the unassisted eye. VELscope is a non-invasive technology that helps detect oral cancer. Early detection
    allows for a wider range of treatment options.

    LUMINEERS Veneers

    LUMINEERS Veneers

    With Lumineers, you no longer have to hide your smile…and you don’t have to endure lengthy, uncomfortable procedures to get the smile you enjoy sharing with the world. Lumineers Veneers give you a long-lasting brighter and whiter smile with very little or no tooth reduction at all.

    Welcome to our Dental Family

    After more than 26 years, we are still here, still making great smiles come true for you, your family and your friends. We are grateful for your loyalty and look forward to seeing you again, as we continue to deliver the kind of comfortable and easy dentistry that you have come to know. We welcome new patients from the entire Region of Peel, Greater Toronto Area, and farther. We provide general dental services, using laser and digital technology where appropriate. Allow us to take care of your smile. It is our honour and privilege to serve you.

    Meet Our Team

    Always friendly service with a smile!


    Dr. William Rodriguez


    Dr. Christine Li


    Dr. Nayereh (Nina) Sabaei

    dr patrick

    Dr. Patrick Rodriguez


    Dr. Emily Nguyen


    What Our Patients Said

    “Please let Doc know that | came in really stressed but | left feeling very happy. | don't know what he does, always happy when | leave your office.”


    “You guys are awesome! I've been coming here for almost 25 years and my visit is always enjoyable.”


    Talking about customer service, this is Customer Service! Call my insurance for me and giving your time to find out if all my claims are received and paid. You are an angel, girl


    “Professional, friendly and courteous staff. Dr. Rodriguez is a great dentist who always listens to his patient's needs. Thanks for the excellent service.”

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    “He has magic in his hands. Did not feel any pain and sensitivity.”


    “This was a very pleasant visit."


    “You guys are so good! | live all the way in Markham and I still come here. *-


    Have a Question? Let’s Talk

    Go ahead and get your dental problem treated now. Remember, we get to the “root” of your dental problem!

    Working Hours

    Monday to Saturday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Sunday and Holiday Weekend: Closed