Although most people want a beautiful smile, your teeth are more than just cosmetic. Healthy, strong teeth serve a variety of functional purposes. From talking to eating, life is just more comfortable with your teeth intact.
All services are provided by a general dentist.
A bridge is an appliance designed to replace multiple teeth in a row. Typically, a single piece of porcelain is shaped to resemble a series of teeth. These artificial teeth are anchored to the adjacent natural teeth with the application of a crown. Once the bridge is installed, it can look and function very much like natural teeth.
In most cases, dental implants are installed by drilling small posts into the jawbone. Once the posts heal, an artificial tooth is latched to each one. This method offers a look, feel, functionality, and stability that is very similar to that of natural teeth.
We are pleased to offer restoration services for damaged implants.
Over time, plaque can eat holes into your teeth called cavities. Left unattended, these cavities can grow progressively worse, resulting in significant decay and possibly infection. These cavities are treated by drilling the decayed part of the tooth away and replacing it with a composite filling. Composite fillings are tooth-coloured pieces made from a combination of plastic and glass. The filling should restore your tooth to its natural shape while preventing any further decay.
Porcelain inlays and onlays are custom-made and shaped inserts designed to fit inside a prepared tooth. These inserts are then bonded to further prevent decay while simultaneously stabilising the structure of the tooth. Inlays and onlays are typically used in teeth with exceptionally large cavities, or teeth that have been structurally compromised.
The health and well-being of our patients is our top priority. With the escalation of COVID-19 coronavirus cases, our dental practice is suspending all elective and non-essential dental treatment. We will keep you informed as updates become available.
Please note our hours for March 18-22
W: 9AM - 4PM
TH: 10AM - 4PM
F: 9AM - 4PM
SA & SU: Closed