Ronald Goldstein, Dentist
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Ronald Goldstein


170 Queensway W. Suite 110 Mississauga Ontario, L5B 3A8


Ronald Goldstein, DDS, is a leading dentist currently serving patients at Dr. Ronald Goldstein and Associates in Mississauga, ON, Canada. Throughout his forty-seven years of practice, he has accrued extensive expertise in TMJ and sleep apnea treatment. Dr. Goldstein earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the University of Toronto in 1971. Additionally, in order to stay up to date on all medical advancements in his field, he maintains a professional membership with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, the Canadian Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines, and the Ontario Dental Association.

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  • Can I drive after dental implant procedure?

    If you are having local anesthetic only, no sedation, driving after should not be any problem. Good luck with your treatment. Implants are the best approach to tooth replacement. READ MORE

  • Do all dental implants need bone grafts?

    If there is sufficient bone of good quality present, then a bone graft is not required. If there is not enough bone in height or width, then a graft would probably be necessary. I hope this answers your question. READ MORE

  • Are black spots on teeth cavities?

    Not necessarily, they can just be stains in the grooves on the tooth surfaces. You should have a dental exam to know for sure. READ MORE

  • Can a crown be replaced with another crown?

    Definitely a new crown can replace an older one. The tooth underneath may require some extra preparation to clean it up and modify the shape, then a new crown can be made. I hope this answers your question adequately. READ MORE

  • Is a cold compress good for a toothache?

    It depends on the cause. If you have swelling, it may give some relief, but you have to get to a dentist to get diagnosed. If it’s a cavity you need to get it filled, if it’s an abscess, you would probably need a root canal treatment. READ MORE

  • Should I brush my teeth after using whitening trays?

    I would suggest that after you remove the trays, just spit out the excess bleach. If you brush your teeth you may stop any residual action of any bleach left on the surface of your teeth. I hope this helps. READ MORE

  • How long does a front tooth implant last?

    I have patients that have their implants in for 30 years. It’s not unreasonable to expect them to last for at least 20 years. READ MORE

  • What can I do about my cracked tooth?

    If you only broke off a small piece, it may be able to be repaired with a filing. If you lost a significant part of the tooth, a crown would be the most reliable restoration. READ MORE

  • Is it unusual for a crown to fall out?

    Crowns don’t fall out that often but it does happen occasionally. I would suggest that you take it back to the dentist and see if it can be recemented, it very possibly could be. READ MORE

  • Can flossing whiten your teeth?

    Simple answer, no. Flossing removes food and plaque between your teeth to help keep your gums healthy and decrease chances of getting cavities that start between your teeth. Do it regularly for these reasons, not to whiten your teeth. READ MORE

  • Can I still use mouthwash with a temporary crown?

    There should be no problem using mouthwash while you have a temporary crown. It is important to keep your gums healthy with the temporary there, so brush and swish. READ MORE

  • What can I do about a toothache while pregnant?

    You should definitely be able to have treatment now to treat this problem. This is not the time to be suffering from major pain. Perhaps you should try to see another dentist to see what could be done now. Good luck. READ MORE

  • Should I go to the dentist if my gums are swollen?

    Absolutely. You may have a serious buildup of calculus and need a thorough scaling. Check this problem out with the best qualified professional, your dentist. I hope this has been helpful. RG READ MORE

  • Does an impacted tooth require surgery?

    Not always. There are 2 main considerations before deciding. The first, is the impacted tooth causing any damage to the adjacent teeth, or causing repeated infections in the gum. The second thing to consider is how difficult is the surgery. If there is no damage going on, or if the surgery itself could have serious consequences, then I wouldn’t do it. The oral surgeon would be the one to decide the risks. READ MORE

  • How often do you need your teeth cleaned?

    The timing can vary from person to person. Depending on how fast you build up tartar, cleaning could be needed from 2-4 times per year. Once a year could be stretching it a bit. When you go, your dentist should be able to give you a better idea of your needs. READ MORE

  • How bad is teeth grinding?

    Grinding your teeth can cause damaging wear to your teeth, damage to the jaw joint, the TMJ, which can lead to headaches and other pain. This grinding can also be an indication of an airway problem and possibly sleep apnea. It is definitely worth investigating the cause. READ MORE

  • What is the importance of using dental floss?

    Absolutely floss! Brushing doesn’t clean the area between the teeth very well and definitely not at the contact area where most cavities start. For your own well being, FLOSS. READ MORE

  • What are my options for replacing a missing tooth?

    If the teeth adjacent to the space are in perfect shape, no fillings, the best approach is an implant. If these adjacent teeth are already heavily restored, or if you don’t want an implant, a fixed bridge is a very good treatment. READ MORE

Professional Society Memberships

  • American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, Canadian Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines, Ontario Dental Association

What do you attribute your success to?

  • He has a very nice and dedicated patient base. Also on going education and he also enjoys his work.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Spending time with family, photography, gardening and traveling

Ronald Goldstein's Practice location

Dr. Ronald Goldstein and Associates

170 Queensway W. Suite 110 -
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3A8
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