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

Dental Bridges

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

Composite Fillings

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

Dental Crowns

An artificial tooth, often made of ceramic, made to replace a broken or missing tooth. Learn more about: Dental 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 technology is used by dentists to detect dental caries (cavities) in the teeth. The tool can help dentists locate and diagnose very small cavities so that preventative treatment can be applied early on, often allowing dentists to save the natural teeth before decay spreads. 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

Teeth Extractions

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

Dental Fillings

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


HealOzone technology creates and uses ozone to destroy bacteria on the teeth, treating dental caries and preventing cavities and tooth decay. The tool is very non-invasive and provides remineralization to strengthen the natural teeth after the procedure. Learn more about: Healozone

Dental Inlays and Dental Onlays

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

Intraoral Camera

Many dental practices use intraoral cameras to look closely inside the mouth. Intraoral cameras allow dentists to capture images of the teeth and mouth for patient records. These tools often aid in patient education, allowing dentists to show patients close-up images of diagnosed issues. 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

Dental Lumineers

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

Mercury-Free Fillings

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

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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


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

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

Dental Sealants

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

Dental Veneers

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

CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) scanners are used by some dentists to create advanced 3D dental images of the head and neck. They’re often used in planning dental procedures, such as for dental implants, root canals, and other treatments, because they provide a full and detailed view of all of the areas of the mouth and jaw. Learn more about: CBCT Scanner