RCT treats diseases and abscesses in the teeth and mouth. Inside the tooth is a soft tissue called the ‘pulp’. The pulp is crucial to the full growth and development of the tooth, as it contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. Once the tooth is fully developed, the tooth can survive without the pulp.
Unfortunately, sometimes the pulp gets inflamed or infected, and can cause excruciating pain:
We have in-house certification for Nitrous and IV sedation to meet all your needs.
Dr. Hamamy graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from McMaster University before he moved to Boston, Massachusetts and attended dental school. Following his 2009 graduation, he proceeded to join the AEGD residency program in Arizona, where he expanded his clinical knowledge and enhanced his ability to treat complex cases.
A Burlington native himself, Dr. Hamamy moved back in 2010 to support and promote healthy oral hygiene in his community, where he has been both nominated and awarded with the Reader’s Choice Award. He considers dentistry a privilege and takes pride in keeping up to date with the latest advancements in the industry.
Dr. Hamamy’s passion to reach out and give back extends past his immediate community. He spent 2008 in Fort Myers, Florida treating underprivileged children and families in need of dental care. When not attending to patients, Dr. Hamamy serves as a clinical instructor and advisory board member at the Canadian Academy of Dental Hygiene.