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Restorative Dentistry

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Restorative Dentistry in Orangeville

Restorative procedures, such as fillings, bonding, bridges, and crowns, safeguard the integrity of your teeth and gums and help you to feel confident about your smile. 

Dental Bonding

If you have minor tooth imperfections like cracks, chips, or discolouration, dental bonding might be a good solution. This procedure involves applying a special resin directly to your tooth, which your dentist will shape to match your surrounding teeth. Once it looks natural, they’ll use ultraviolet light to harden the resin.

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Dental Implants

Unlike other restorative procedures like crowns or bridges that need to be replaced over time, dental implants are a permanent solution to replace one or several teeth. They are popular with patients as they look completely natural and restore the look and functionality of your teeth. 

All-on-4 Dental Implants

All-on-four dental implants are designed to give you fixed, fully functional, and natural-looking teeth. They are also known as implant dentures or snap-in dentures, as they offer the advantage of being fixed in place.

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Dental Bridges

If you have missing or damaged teeth, dental bridges can be a helpful solution that restores confidence in your smile. They also help you regain proper biting function and keep your remaining teeth from shifting out of place.

Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are used to repair decayed, cracked, or broken teeth. They can be made from gold, porcelain, dental amalgam, composite resin, and ceramics. While dental amalgam was once popular, it is more noticeable in the mouth. For this reason, many people prefer composite resin, which blends in better with natural teeth.

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Inlays and Onlays

Composite fillings are used to treat small cavities that have developed in the teeth. However, if your teeth have more extensive damage or decay, your dentist will use a type of filling known as an inlay or onlay.


If you have gaps in your teeth, you may consider using dentures. These removable dental devices serve as a replacement for missing teeth and offer an alternative to crowns or bridges.


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