We replace damaged, broken or missing teeth using dental crowns and bridges. They restore the function of your teeth and the uniqueness of your smile.
Call 905-791-3867 or book an appointment online.
We welcome new patients who live in or near Brampton and are always happy to answer your questions.
A dental crown is an artificial tooth that’s made and placed over a broken or damaged tooth, or to cap a tooth that’s had a root canal.
It will restore the shape, appearance and function of your old tooth.
A crown is made of several different but durable materials (e.g. composite, porcelain, metal). Not only is it tough, it also looks natural, like it belongs in your mouth—because it does!
We’ll talk with you about the best material to use in your case, taking into account the function and location of the tooth, and the look of surrounding teeth, as well as the cost for each material.
The Canadian Dental Association (CDA) details the advantages and disadvantages of each material, if you wanted to read up before visiting us.
We can make and place the crown on your tooth right here in our office. In some cases, we may need to have a prosthodontist, a specialist in this area, do it for us.
It involves a multi-step process that goes like this:
We can replace one or more missing teeth for you by creating a bridge that essentially spans the gap in the row of your teeth.
The bridge is joined to crowns on the surrounding teeth and to a replacement tooth or teeth that go into the space left by the missing tooth/teeth.
We’ll talk to you about the right material (e.g. ceramic, resin) to use for your specific case—everything from the function and location of the bridge, as well as the cost for each material.
There are different types of bridges that get used depending on the location and function of the missing or damaged teeth. The CDA outlines them here, if you want to read up before your appointment with us.
It depends, first, on whether you have healthy teeth on either side of the gap. This assumes you do:
In Brampton, call 905-791-3867 or email us to book an appointment online. You’ll be glad you did!
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