Restorative dentistry is about procedures that restore damaged teeth.
Tooth Coloured Fillings
Tooth colored fillings (or commonly called composite fillings) are created to closely match the existing color of your teeth. Composite fillings tend to blend in well with the natural appearance of your existing teeth and therefore are less noticeable then older fashioned materials used. With this technique our dental health team employs a state of the art light system to harden filling material to fill the cavity space.
A dental implant procedure is where a titanium based anchor is used to secure a replacement tooth permanently in place in the gums. Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth. They are made specifically for you so they match your natural teeth. Implants are often used to fill the space where a tooth has been extracted. With modern advancements and dental health improvements. Learn more.
Crowns & Bridges
A crown is a form of dental restoration that fully caps over and protects a root canal treatment or dental implant. Crowns are a material applied after root canal therapy to protect the restored tooth by supplying support.
Restorative dentistry is about procedures that restore damaged teeth. This includes fillings, dental implants, crowns and bridges.