Dental fillings and repairs use restorative materials used to repair teeth which have been compromised due to cavities or trauma.

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    When a tooth is cracked, decayed or damaged, a crown may need to be fitted onto the tooth. A dental crown is a permanent covering that fits over the original tooth. Crowns can be made of porcelain or a combination of porcelain and noble metal materials (such as gold). The crown materials are determined by our dentists to meet the needs of each patient. Our crowns are realistic or natural looking in appearance. Dental crowns can whiten, reshape and realign existing teeth, adding to a healthy and vibrant smile.

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    Bridges and Implants:

    Bridges and implants are two ways to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Bridges are false teeth anchored in place by neighbouring teeth. The bridge consists of two crowns on the anchoring teeth along with the false tooth in the center.

    Dental implants are artificial roots used to support replacement teeth.

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    Root canals:

    A root canal, known as endodontic therapy, is a treatment to save a diseased or broken tooth before removal is required.

    The pulp is soft tissue inside the tooth that contains blood vessels and nerves. When the pulp is diseased or injured and unable to repair itself, it dies. The most common causes of pulp death are a cracked tooth, a deep cavity, problems with large fillings, or serious injury to the tooth. All of these can allow bacteria to enter into the pulp.

    If the problem pulp is not removed, the tissues around the root of the tooth can become infected, often resulting in pain and swelling. Even if there is no pain, bacteria can damage the bone that anchors the tooth in the jaw. Without treatment, the tooth may have to be pulled.

    A root canal removes the infected pulp of the tooth, allowing the area to heal the damage. Often this process ends with the addition of a crown to fully restore the tooth.

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    An extraction may be recommended for various reasons: severe decay, fracture beyond repair or periodontal bone loss. Occasionally, an extraction may be required if there is not sufficient space in the jaw or prior to orthodontic treatment.

    The removal of a tooth can cause esthetic and functional problems, such as teeth shifting and inability to chew. Our team will give you alternatives to extraction and options to replace an extracted tooth.

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