Dental implants are an alternative option to other restorative solutions like dentures and dental bridges. Implants replace the natural root of your tooth and support an artificial replacement tooth.
You deserve a beautiful, confident smile that you can show off to the world. At King George Station Dental, we’re dedicated to creating the ideal cosmetic solution for every patient interested in achieving a bright and beautiful smile.
Having a smile you’re unhappy with can lower your esteem and cause you to feel self-conscious. Fortunately, there are plenty of solutions designed to fix insecurities and improve self-esteem. Cosmetic dentistry is a collection of services designed to restore the aesthetics and functionality of your smile, so you can flash those pearly whites with confidence. Whether you’re looking to whiten teeth, fix gaps, or restore broken teeth, there’s a cosmetic solution for you!
Our practice offers several cosmetic dentistry services, including teeth whitening, veneers, dental implants, and dentures. These services are specially curated to give you the beautiful, healthy smile of your dreams. By taking into account your wants and needs, we will be able to create a custom restoration plan and give you the perfect smile!
Restorative dentistry is a collection of treatments designed to repair damaged teeth and replace missing teeth. If left untreated, damaged or missing teeth can have consequences on your health. For example, a missing tooth can cause your existing teeth to shift into the wrong positions, causing a bad bite. Restorative dentistry is also used to improve the aesthetics and functionality of your smile.
Dental Bonding & Sealant
Are your teeth discoloured or broken? Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure designed to repair damaged or yellowed teeth. During the procedure, your dentist will apply a tooth-coloured composite resin to the damaged or discoloured area to restore its functionality and appearance. The dental bonding process is simple and non-invasive. It will only take about an hour to complete. First, the proper colour for the composite resin will be chosen. Your tooth will be roughened for easier bonding, and your dentist will apply a liquid bonding agent. Lastly, the dentist applies the composite resin to your tooth, moulds and shapes it, then cures it with a UV light.
Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy is often vital when an infection reaches the pulp of a tooth. This pulp contains nerves, connective tissues, and blood vessels which help keep a tooth alive. If an infection is left untreated, the pulp can die, resulting in the loss of your tooth. Root canal therapy is performed on infected teeth to remove the damaged pulp and restore your tooth.
If your tooth dies due to an infection, it will require extraction. However, infected teeth are often extremely painful and sensitive, meaning that it’s unlikely an infection will go unnoticed. There may also be swelling and abscesses around the affected tooth.