Restorative Dentistry in Bolton
In doing restorative treatment, we believe in offering you not only choice, but also the information you need to make those choices. For instance, fillings can be done in white resin, silver amalgam, porcelain or gold. Crowns can be done in porcelain or gold. Each material has different pros and cons, depending upon the situation. We will review your options with you, so you can make a decision that you are comfortable with. Combining quality restorative dentistry with our Continuous Prevention Program will allow us to get, and keep, your mouth healthy and looking great.
For patients who come to us and do not have completely healthy teeth or gums, we will develop a plan combining prevention and restorative techniques to get your mouth as healthy as possible. We believe in keeping you fully informed, both about what we’ve found and what options there are to deal with our findings. Where appropriate, we will recommend a referral to a specialist who will be able to deal with a specific, more difficult problem more effectively than we can.
If you are looking for a dentist serving the Bolton, Caledon or Nobleton area you are at the right place.
Modern Restorative dentistry includes the following procedures:
Amalgam-Free Dental Fillings
Mercury free white or composite resin fillings are a safe and effective solution to restore teeth to their original color, shape and contour almost anywhere in the mouth. They offer the strength and durability to withstand chewing and functional forces and are also easy to clean and maintain with good brushing and flossing.
Bonded Fillings / Dental Bonding
Restorations for damaged ,chipped or stained teeth that are done using white composite resin materials and are effective to instantly enhance the appearance of any smile.
Crowns serve as protective shells for weak and damaged teeth or for teeth which have large fillings or root canal treatment. Crowns on molars can restore the chewing function and also the level of your bite if teeth are worn down due to clenching or grinding activity.
Fixed bridges are used to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth by anchoring to adjacent teeth. This is an effective way to avoid having removable dentures to replace missing teeth.