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Information is king. If any of us has to make an important decision, we will all typically try to get some information to help us make the best possible decision. Really, that’s all any dental check-up is about.
Historically, crowns have been excellent choices for structural support and optimal function for the tooth. It is our best hope for maintaining the biting portion of your tooth by taking the rest of what’s remaining and placing a covering over it to restore the tooth to its full potential. Full metal crowns are the oldest and most predictable of the materials we can make a crown from. However, we want you to look your best and thus would reserve these for teeth way in the back. Crowns in this day and age can also be used for aesthetic changes.
Are you tired of feeling self-conscious about a lackluster smile? At Braeside Dental Centre, we’re committed to helping our patients look and feel their very best. We provide cost-effective and efficient in-office teeth whitening solutions that’ll give you that bright white smile you’ve always wanted.
A filling, as the name suggests, fills something up. That would be a cavity or hole and that hole was likely caused by a bacteria eating up healthy tooth structure. It could also be a tooth that is chipped or broken. After cleaning the surface free of bacteria, we can fill that hole with several different materials. In the past, we’ve used silver and gold to fill teeth but rarely have call for it with today’s advances in dental materials.
As dental knowledge and technology has advanced, so to has the elegance with which we can restore a mouth. In most cases, if a tooth goes missing due to accident or injury, we are able to mimic nature and provide an independent fixed replacement for your natural tooth. Think about it. Most of us likely know a friend or relative who has had a hip replacement… it was just a matter of time before we could replace teeth.
Some people experience overwhelming fear regarding dental procedures. If this sounds like you, or someone you love, sedation can be a great comfort for you and your loved ones.
Fear is a legitimate barrier to getting the care you need for long term dental health. Fortunately, we can help!