Restorative Dentistry

Basic Restorative Dentistry

Treatments designed to restore teeth and gums to a similar, or better, condition to how they were in the past. Learn more about: Basic Restorative Dentistry

Bridges

An artificial tooth, typically ceramic, held in place by using nearby teeth as anchors. Learn more about: Bridges

Composite Fillings

White, non-metallic fillings made of a composite material to seal and restore teeth. Learn more about: Composite Fillings

Crowns

An artificial tooth, often made of ceramic, made to replace a broken or missing tooth. Learn more about: Crowns

Dental Bonding

A powerful resin often used to repair chips, cracks, or spaces between teeth. Learn more about: Dental Bonding

Dental Implants

Replacement for missing tooth, usually involving a titanium post anchored to the jawbone, and a ceramic crown. Learn more about: Dental Implants

DIAGNOdent

A non-invasive laser that examines tooth surface for bacteria and measures the degree of decay. Learn more about: DIAGNOdent

Digital X-Rays

Digital x-ray system that has a 90% reduction in the amount of radiation used versus traditional x-rays. Learn more about: Digital X-Rays

Extractions

When all other options have been explored, removing a tooth entirely may be the best bet. Learn more about: Extractions

Fillings

Strong bonding material, either amalgam (silver-coloured) or composite (white), used to fill cavities and repair teeth. Learn more about: Fillings

Healozone

A simple, non-invasive, and pain-free procedure that eliminates bacteria and remineralizes teeth. Learn more about: Healozone

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays protect and restore large portions of the decayed tooth, much like a large filling. Learn more about: Inlays and Onlays

Intraoral Camera

A handy little camera that can get up close with your teeth, showing you exactly what's happening. Learn more about: Intraoral Camera

Laser Cavity Preparation

Painless laser system used to prepare teeth for a filling by destroying germ cells. Learn more about: Laser Cavity Preparation

Laser Dentistry

A painless, drill-free variety of procedures that improve healing times, reduce appointment times, and require less anaesthetic. Learn more about: Laser Dentistry

Lumineers

Extremely strong porcelain shield bonded to teeth to repair discolouration, chips, cracks, or gaps. Learn more about: Lumineers

Mercury-Free Fillings

Tooth-coloured resin used instead of metal amalgam to fill and restore teeth. Learn more about: Mercury-Free Fillings

Metal Fillings

Silver-coloured amalgam material used to fill and repair teeth. Learn more about: Metal Fillings

Needle Free Restorations

Needle-free, painless procedures that restore and repair teeth, using ozone, lasers, or other technologies. Learn more about: Needle Free Restorations

One Appointment Crowns

Cleaning and preparing a patient's tooth area, creating a custom crown (artificial tooth), and attaching it in one day. Learn more about: One Appointment Crowns

Periodontal Services

Treatment for diseases that attack below the gum line, breaking down the attachment of the tooth and its supporting tissues. Learn more about: Periodontal Services

Root Canals

Procedure whereby the top of a tooth is removed, the roots are sterilized, and the tooth is capped with a crown. Learn more about: Root Canals

Sealants

A thin plastic coating that fills in the grooves of molars and premolars, preventing decay. Learn more about: Sealants

Veneers

Ultra-thin shells of ceramic, permanently bonded to the front of a tooth to improve cosmetic appearances. Learn more about: Veneers

White Fillings

White-coloured, non-metallic fillings made of a composite material to seal teeth for restorative or cosmetic purposes. Learn more about: White Fillings

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

The removal of the last molars to grow in, sometimes requiring minor surgery. Learn more about: Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Oral Surgery

Variety of procedures for conditions such as impacted wisdom teeth, dental implants, and removal of oral lesions, among others. Learn more about: Oral Surgery

CBCT Scans

A CBCT is 3D Imaging that allows a practitioner to evaluate osseous pathology, evaluate tooth / bone relationships, see locations of impacted teeth, and observe tooth and bone landmarks and anatomy. It's widely used for evaluation of dental implants. Learn more about: CBCT Scans