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Wednesday – Thursday10am – 7am
Friday9am – 4pm
Saturday9am – 3pm
Restorative Dentistry Toronto
During the past few years, the occurrence of tooth decay has significantly gone down, thanks to the use of fluorides and increased patient awareness. However, that doesn’t mean decay, infection or damage will not happen. And if it does happen, we have modern and improved restorative dentistry techniques to restore your teeth back to its normal shape, appearance, and function.
When your teeth require a restorative treatment, we will discuss all the available options and recommend the best-suited option for you. Patient’s comfort is our utmost priority during any treatment.
Reasons for Restorative Dentistry:
- Enhance your smile
- Fill in unattractive spaces between teeth
- Improve or correct an improper bite
- Prevent the loss of a tooth
- Relieve dental pain
- Repair damaged and decayed teeth
- Replace missing teeth
- Replace old, unattractive dental treatments
- Restore normal eating and chewing
Replacing Missing Teeth
Why Choose Us
A decayed, cracked or fractured tooth can be repaired by composite fillings. During the process, the decayed or damaged portion of the tooth will be removed and then filled with a composite (tooth coloured) filling.
There are multiple types of filling materials available and each filling has its own advantages and disadvantages. After evaluating your tooth, your dentist will discuss the best suitable option for you before proceeding.
Silver amalgam fillings are the widely used filling these days. Also, you don’t have to worry about a colour mismatch as the fillings are tooth coloured and can be closely matched to the colour of your existing teeth. Composite fillings are generally used for the visible areas of your teeth. These fillings are not permanent but they are very durable, giving you a beautiful and long-lasting smile.
Reasons for Composite Fillings:
- Chipped teeth
- Closing space between two teeth
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Decayed teeth
- Worn teeth
How are Composite Fillings Placed?
Your dentist will make your tooth numb, remove the decay or other defects and they will place the composite filling in one appointment. During the process, the dentist will clean, evaluate the affected area, and apply necessary medication, if required, before placing the composite filling.
Once the evaluation and other steps are completed, the filling is placed, shaped and polished to restore your tooth to its original shape and function. You may feel sensitivity to hot and cold things initially; however, it will go away once your tooth adapts to the new filling.
A set of instructions will be provided to you once the treatment is over. Maintaining good oral hygiene and eating a balanced diet will contribute to a healthy life of the new fillings.
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