When the teeth are broken, extracted, or fall out, it often becomes more difficult for a person to eat, speak, and chew normally. Additionally, broken and missing teeth can cause future health issues, such as infections of the tooth roots and bone loss. Our dentists are skilled in repairing, restoring, and replacing the teeth. Our goal is to provide you with an even, strong smile no matter what dental challenges come your way.
Dental bonding can be used to repair, reshape, or change the colour of a tooth. Dental bonding material is made from tooth-coloured resin material that is shaped using dental tools and hardened with a special light. Our dentists may recommend dental bonding for teeth that are broken, chipped, cracked, discoloured, misshapen, or unevenly spaced, providing you with a more stable bite and a beautiful, even smile.
There are many reasons for missing teeth, just like there are many restorative treatments that can be used to fill the gaps in any smile. Dental implants are the most permanent option for restoring teeth. An implant uses a titanium post or screw to anchor the false tooth into the mouth, much like natural tooth roots. Dental implants can be more costly and take more time to heal, but they also can last a lifetime and are known to be very comfortable and functional.
Dental bridges are literally created to “bridge the gap” in your smile. Empty sockets left by missing teeth can cause patients significant difficulties in chewing and digestion, as well as a loss of confidence. Dental bridges are a simple and very common choice for restoring missing teeth. Our dentists are highly experienced in creating and placing bridges; we can craft dental bridges in many different ways to suit your needs.
When tooth decay leads to cavities, our dentists try to catch it as soon as possible in a dental examination. Dental fillings are commonly recommended to repair the damage from tooth decay and prevent further decay from affecting the hard and soft tissue of the teeth. Our dentists can provide strong fillings for patients with new cavities, as well as replacements for patients with old or missing fillings.
Inlays and Onlays
When your tooth is weakened or has a large cavity, a dental filling may not be sufficient to restore the tooth. In these cases, our dentists may recommend having a custom-designed inlay or onlay that adds more structure to the tooth. Inlays fit between the cusps or ridges of the molars and premolars, while onlays include one or more of the cusps.
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