We pride ourselves in being a “patient-centered” practice at Molson Park Dental Office. When you come to our dentist office in Barrie for any type of cosmetic, general or physiologic dentistry procedure, we have the dental technology in place to offer you different options for treatment. You make the final decision on how to proceed with your dental work and we support your decision using our dental techniques.

Several treatment options are available for you to consider. Some may require the expertise of an orthodontist, while others, like flossing or brushing in a gentle manner, do not. Our expert knows how to fix black triangles in teeth using all the available methods, including interproximal reduction, hyaluronic acid treatment, veneers, braces, and composite resin. Talk to us, and we will identify the most comfortable and effective option for you.

TMJ Technology


Temporomandibular joint disorder, also called TMD or TMJ, is a complex condition that can go undiagnosed for years before treatment is sought. Barrie dentists, Dr. Layth and Dr. May practice physiologic dentistry by using specific technology to diagnose whether jaw misalignment is to blame for your painful symptoms.

To treat your TMJ symptoms, we have the proper technology in our Barrie dentist’s office. The Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) unit is used to relax your jaw muscles by sending painless, gentle electrical pulses to your affected joint muscles. Once your muscles have relaxed, Dr. Layth or Dr. May can establish what a true physiological rest position and posture would be and start to re-establish a chewing trajectory that will be pain free.

Our K7 Evaluation System is comprised of three types of technology to measure your jaw’s muscle movement: muscle nerve analysis (electromyography), sounds (sonography) and movement. All of these tests are vital to proper diagnosis of TMJ/TMD.


Temporomandibular joint disorder

Laser Technology


Laser Technology


In addition to the regular removal of biofilm (plaque) to help keep your teeth and gums as healthy and bacteria-free as possible, general and cosmetic dentists, Dr. Layth and Dr. May and the Molson Park Dental Office hygiene team, use the BioLase soft tissue laser for certain dental procedures, such as frenectomies, tongue-tie and laser gum recontouring. The advantages of soft tissue lasers over traditional scalpel or scaling methods include:


  • Enhanced precision
  • Painless for most patients
  • No vibration or heat
  • Reduced bacteria count in your mouth from the billions to the hundreds
  • Quicker recovery
  • Less bleeding
  • Reduced pain and duration of cold sores (Can look better in just one day!)

iTero Intraoral Scanner


At Molson Park Dental we are using the most recent advancement in iTero Intraoral Scanning technology. We’ve invested in the latest iTero scanner enabling us to achieve a high level of precision and accuracy by using optical and laser scanning to give patients an unmatched experience during and after treatment. The recently upgraded iTero Element uses advanced digital impression technology to allow us to serve our clients in a more engaging way.

The iTero Element comes with 3D real-time visualizations which enable us to explain to patients their oral concerns in a way they can visualize better. We use the scanner for creating crowns, bridges, and implants among other appliances we make.

With the iTero Intraoral Scanner, we have a simplified storage and digital record retrieval which streamlines the process of fabricating models in our orthodontic laboratory. Not only does this technology enable us to give our patients a better experience but also reduce fit issues and offer an exceptional orthodontic diagnosis.

iTero Scanner

Your intuitive digital solution


Dental Bacteria Detection Technology

Our family dentists at the Molson Park Dental Office in Barrie provide our patients with a free BANA (benzoyl-DL-arginine-naphthylamide) test to detect bacteria and periodontal infections. This test allows us to catch gum disease in its earliest stages so a treatment plan can be administered immediately. If additional analysis is warranted, Dr. Layth or Dr. May will make a microscope slide of the bacteria in your mouth to send to a dental laboratory.

Oral cancer screenings are also a normal part of every dental hygiene visit at the Molson Park Dental Office. If you would like to learn more about the extensive line of dental technology that we offer, please contact us today for a consultation with our dedicated dental team and Dr. Layth and Dr. May in Barrie.

Dental Observation Technology

Dr. Layth and Dr. May use several types of dental observation technology to help identify problem areas and keep you well informed about why certain procedures may be necessary.

Digital X-Ray Technology

Digital x-rays produce less radiation than typical x-rays and allow family dentists, Dr. Layth and Dr. May to look at the images immediately using colour contrast if needed. Digital x-rays are usually taken once a year to diagnose “hidden” dental issues, such as:

  • Tooth decay
  • Infection
  • Gum disease bone loss
  • Oral cancer
  • Impacted teeth

The intraoral camera gives you a “dentist’s-eye” view of the condition of your teeth on the dentist office’s monitor. This technology gives you a better understanding of why Dr. Layth and Dr. May and their team may be recommending certain treatment options, especially if you are not experiencing any direct pain from the area.

We are a Family Friendly Practice

At Molson Park Dental Office, we provide family dentistry services. Toronto and Barrie dentist, Dr. Layth works with every child to build trust and comfort through the entire dental visit process.