Restorative dentistry refers to a range of dental treatments—all different but with the same goal: restoring your oral health, your unique smile.
For Restorative Dentistry in Brampton, Call 905-791-3867 to book an appointment.
The case for dental restoration
Before we do anything, we talk with you about what you want or need from a restorative dental treatment. In addition to the examination, a discussion ensures that you get the right dental procedure for your teeth or gums.
For example, you may only need some minor maintenance, or you may need additional work in order to get your teeth, your smile, back to where they should be. We only do what’s right—and necessary—for you.
The range of restorative dental treatments
We choose from a wide range of dental restoration treatments in consultation with you. They include:
It’s the thing everyone thinks of when thinking of a visit to the dentist. Whether you have a cavity, or had an accident or injury, a filling gets the tooth back to feeling, working and looking well.
Your teeth have soft tissue made up of blood vessels and nerves, called the pulp, inside them. If the pulp of one of your teeth gets infected, a root canal is one way to treat it. By removing the infected tissue from the tooth, it protects and preserves a tooth instead of removing the whole tooth.
We cap your tooth with a material [e.g. ceramic, resin] that protects the tooth and makes it look natural—after all, it’s still your tooth. We’ll talk with you about the best material to use in your case, taking into account the function and location and look of the tooth, as well as the cost for each material.
A bridge replaces one or more missing teeth by spanning the space left behind. We join the bridge to crowns on the surrounding teeth and to a replacement tooth, so it’s all anchored in place.
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.
If you have a crack or chipped tooth, we can repair it by applying a dental coating the tooth with a durable resin. Once it hardens, the bond improves the strength and appearance of the tooth.
Inlay and onlay restorations
If you have a damaged tooth that a filling can’t fix, then this type of restoration just may be the fix. We take an impression of the tooth and then create the inlay or onlay out of ceramic material. An inlay is for smaller areas on a single tooth, while an onlay may cover more than one tooth.
Our denture care specialist can fit you with immediate, partial or complete dentures. These dentures don’t look like false teeth. They look real and natural, with a fit and function that will restore your confidence and enjoyment of life.
Are you looking for restorative dentistry? If so, let’s talk.
In Brampton, Call 905-791-3867 or book an appointment online with our dental office today. You’ll be glad you did!