Restorative Dentistry

Toronto, Ontario

Despite how careful you may be with your smile, accidents can still happen. Whether it’s a sports injury or simply biting down on something hard, a cracked or broken tooth can be painful and inconvenient. A persistent toothache can also indicate a more serious issue, such as an infection or decay. But don’t worry, there are options available to fix these issues and restore your smile.

Our team of dental care providers in Toronto, ON is here to help you repair your smile and boost your confidence with our top-notch restorative dentistry services.

What Is Restorative Dentistry?

So, what exactly is restorative dentistry? Restorative dentistry refers to the various procedures and techniques used to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. It focuses on restoring both the function and appearance of your teeth, improving your overall oral health. 

In other words, restorative dentistry is the service you seek in order to repair any issues with your teeth that may be causing discomfort or hindered function. While the thought of needing restorative work may seem intimidating, our team is highly trained and experienced in providing gentle and effective treatments to get you back to smiling.

Root Canal Treatment

Many patients will hear the term “root canal” and immediately feel nervous. However, the reality is that root canal treatments are no more unpleasant than a simple filling. 

The unfavorable reputation you may have heard surrounding this treatment is largely due to old techniques and technology. Nowadays, root canal treatments are quick, gentle, and highly successful in saving damaged teeth—preventing the need for extraction.

During a root canal procedure, the infected or inflamed pulp inside your tooth is removed and replaced with a filling material. This prevents further infection from spreading and allows the tooth to function normally again. With proper care, a root canal treated tooth can last just as long as any other healthy tooth.

If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures, or notice a bump on your gum near the affected tooth, it’s important to schedule an appointment with us. These could be signs of an infected tooth that may require a root canal.

Remember, root canal treatments are nothing to fear. In fact, they can help save your natural teeth and prevent more extensive and costly dental procedures in the future. Trust in modern technology and techniques to ensure a comfortable and successful treatment for your oral health.

Dental Crowns

Did you know that dental crowns are one of the most common restorative procedures in dentistry? A crown is a cap that is placed over a damaged tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance. It can be made from various materials such as porcelain, metal, or a combination of both.

While you may be wondering why you would need a dental crown, there are actually many reasons that this procedure may be recommended by our team. Some common reasons include:

  • Protecting a weak or damaged tooth from further damage
  • Restoring a cracked or chipped tooth
  • Covering a discolored or misshapen tooth for aesthetic purposes
  • Supporting a dental bridge to replace missing teeth
  • Completing a root canal treatment

The process of getting a dental crown typically involves two appointments with our team. During the first appointment, we will prepare the affected tooth by removing any decay and shaping it to fit the crown. An impression of your tooth will then be taken to create a custom-made crown that fits perfectly in your mouth. In the meantime, a temporary crown will be placed to protect your tooth until the permanent one is ready.

Once your custom crown is ready, you will come back for your second appointment, during which we will remove the temporary crown and securely place the permanent one. Our team will ensure that the fit and color of your new crown match seamlessly with your natural teeth for a beautiful and functional result.

After getting a dental crown, it is important to maintain good oral hygiene practices such as brushing twice a day and flossing daily. With proper care, your dental crown can last for many years and help you maintain a healthy smile.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

There’s a good chance you are already somewhat familiar with wisdom teeth extractions. Viral videos of people coming out of sedation and saying silly things have made this procedure well known. But what exactly are wisdom teeth and why do they often need to be removed? 

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last set of teeth to emerge in the mouth, (hence the name “wisdom” teeth as they typically appear during the late teenage years when a person is considered to be more mature and wise). However, not everyone develops wisdom teeth, and for those who do, they may cause problems. Due to lack of space in the mouth, these teeth can become impacted (stuck) or grow in at an angle, causing pain and other issues. As a result, many people opt to have their wisdom teeth extracted before they cause further problems.

Ready To Transform Your Smile?

At D on E Dental, we’re more than just a dental office – we’re your partners in achieving a healthy, beautiful smile. And when you need restorative treatment, you deserve to be given the patience, care, and consideration that you deserve. 

We understand that visiting the dentist can be intimidating for some people, but we can assure you that our top priority is YOU. When you trust us with your restorative needs, you will leave our office feeling confident in your treatment plan and ready to take on the world with a brand-new smile.

Trust D on E Dental to provide exceptional care and give you the care you deserve. Contact us now to start your journey towards a healthier, happier smile!

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