If you're experiencing a terrific pain in your tooth, we may suggest getting a root canal. This is a multi-step procedure that will allow us to remove infected tooth pulp and seal it to prevent future pain.
These are very thin shells that we attach to your teeth. This procedure can help make your teeth look better by changing their color, shape, angle, or spacing. We can also help fix broken, chipped, or cracked teeth.
Dental crowns can be used to fix a tooth that has deteriorated from teeth grinding, an acidic diet, or trauma. Crowns can also be used to fix an unacceptable appearance due to color, shape, or space between teeth.
Bonding is the addition of material to a tooth to restore or improve a person's smile. This is one of the easiest and least expensive cosmetic dental procedure. Bonding can usually be done in one office visit.
Routine Teeth Cleanings are an important part of your oral care. This helps with the prevention of cavities, gingivitis, and periodontal disease. Lesser known benefits are the prevention of heart disease, dementia, and complications of diabetes.
Teeth naturally change colour over the course of your lifetime. The accumulation of surface stains can prematurely darken or discolour your teeth. Teeth whitening can help you brighten your smile to its former glory.
In this procedure, four dental implants can support a full arch of fixed replacement teeth. This procedure is easily the most efficient way to replace teeth where most or all of the arch is missing. It is also one of the most cost-effective approaches.
Partial or complete dentures are a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Partial dentures are used where some teeth still remain. Dentures can help enhance your smile and fill out your facial appearance.
With a formula of hi-tech dental resin, we're able to create a snap on smile that fits right over your existing teeth. This gives you the appearance of a beautiful, natural looking smile without any imperfections.
A bridge can help replace one or more missing tooth. Bridges are created to fill a gap in your smile by attaching to adjacent teeth. This can either be accomplished with a thin metal bar, implants, or crowns.