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Strong teeth and a healthy smile sometimes need some help from restorative dentistry. Our dentists are experienced in recreating beautiful teeth and a complete smile. We have a range of options for teeth that are missing, broken, cracked, or damaged. Our dentists use durable materials and modern dental techniques to ensure that your restorations are created to last.
When teeth become damaged, restoring their strength is always important. Our dentists use dental bonding to secure teeth that have been cracked, chipped, or broken. Dental bonding material is made from a composite resin, which is beautiful and durable. It is applied as a liquid and hardened and shaped by our dentists. Dental bonding helps us ensure you can keep your natural teeth strong and healthy, even after experiencing dental issues.
Dental implants can help patients with tooth loss regain full function of their teeth, including activities like eating, speaking, and smiling with confidence. A dental implant typically consists of a dental crown attached to a surgically implanted titanium post. Our dentists can provide dental implants for one tooth or multiple teeth. If tooth loss has been holding you back from living a full life, ask our dentists about dental implants.
One of the techniques we can use to restore missing teeth is known as a dental bridge. A dental bridge literally “bridges” the gap between two teeth. In a traditional bridge, a false tooth is placed in the empty socket left by the missing tooth and secured to the nearby teeth with dental crowns. They can also be created by securing the false tooth to dental implants or to the natural teeth. Bridges can last many years with good at-home hygiene and regular visits to the dentist.
Bright and happy smiles are made brighter and happier with preventative dental care that aims at protecting the teeth from wear and tear. One of the most common preventative and restorative treatments we offer at Tuscany Dental Centre is dental fillings. We strive to make every filling appointment comfortable, regardless of the age of the patient. Our experienced dentists and dental hygienists will explain what we are doing at all stages, check in with you, and provide you with medication to manage pain and discomfort.
Inlays & Onlays
Although most people are familiar with dental crowns, a lesser-known restorative treatment option includes inlays and onlays. Inlays and onlays have less coverage than a dental crown, covering and replacing only the occlusal surface (the topmost portion of a tooth that is used to bite). In many cases, our dentists will suggest inlays or onlays for teeth that are too damaged to be repaired by dental fillings or dental bonding, but not so damaged that a full crown is needed.