Woodbridge Smile Centre in Woodbridge provides restorative dental services. Our highly skilled dentists will restore your bite, your dental health, along with your confidence with restorative dental treatments. We specialize in restorative dentistry and provide bridges, dentures, and implants to replace your missing teeth. Contact us today to book an appointment.
Get Comprehensive Restorative Dentistry Services
Whether you are dealing with missing teeth or periodontal disease, our dental team has the right solution for you. You can depend on us for:
Root canal treatment
Depend on Us for Restorative Dental Care
Dental implants are surgically implanted into the jawbone below the gum line, unlike crowns and fillings that are bonded to the tooth. After the implant is fitted, an artificial, natural-looking tooth is attached to it. Over time, your gum and bone will continue to grow around the implant, providing it with extra stability.
Sturdy Dental Bridges
If you are missing teeth or having trouble speaking, chewing, or even biting food, then a bridge might be the right choice for you. Bridges fill in the gaps between your artificial teeth and natural teeth, and improve the appearance of your smile. We can fit you a bridge that is both comfortable and semi-permanent. Dental bridges will offer support and strength to your natural teeth.
Amalgam-free Dental Care
Woodbridge Smile Centre works with a variety of restorative materials, including those that are free of amalgam and mercury.Whether you want to explore the aesthetic difference that a crown can make or need complex procedures like root canal treatment or replacement tooth implants, you can rely on us. We also provide amalgam-free methods for dental crowns to give you the beautiful and healthy smile you deserve.
Full Mouth Restoration
Badly damaged, missing, or severely worn-down teeth can harm one’s ability to chew, speak, or feel comfortable in social situations.Teeth damaged due to lack of care, neglect, and wrong dentistry often require a comprehensive restorative treatment. A combination of restorative and cosmetic restorative dentistry treatments may be required, including endodontic treatment, periodontal therapy, bridges, veneers, implants, crowns, or any other dental work.
Non-surgical Gum Therapy
Painless and slow-growing, gum disease is a serious condition that sometimes requires aggressive treatment. After a comprehensive periodontal screening, if gum disease is present, we may recommend non-surgical gum therapy.
The top three non-surgical gum disease treatments are local medication, curettage, and root-planning. All of these can be done in our office and you may be given local anaesthesia to keep you comfortable. Gum disease treatment is likely to take place over time, as your dentist may try a treatment and then assesses its effectiveness.
Here are some of the non-surgical gum treatment options we use:
Localized medication: Once the bacterial plaque and tartar present below the gum line has been identified, medication may be administered directly into the affected areas as an initial step towards thwarting the gum disease.
Curettage: Curettage has been used to treat teeth affected by gum disease. Usually, when your gum is infected, the tissues around your tooth can show signs of inflammation and chronic irritation. Through the process of curettage, we will remove the diseased gum tissue so that new, healthy gum tissue can grow.
Root-planing: Root-planing is a non-surgical procedure to effectively treat periodontal disease. Sometimes, gum disease affects the surface of your tooth’s root. We undertake this procedure to give your soft tissue a chance to heal by removing small amounts of the infected root surface.
If any of the above treatments do not address your gum disease, we may make a referral to a periodontist.
Root Canal Therapy
Our teeth contain a thin, long strand of dental pulp that provides the tooth with essential nutrients and nerves that extend down to the tooth’s root. If the pulp becomes injured or infected, the tooth’s nerves die. Without proper endodontic treatment, the tooth dies as well. Root canal treatment is designed to save such damaged teeth.
During the dental procedure, a gap is drilled into the tooth’s crown and pulp chamber. The unhealthy pulp is removed or reshaped, and the tooth is permanently sealed with porcelain, gold, or tooth-coloured inlay/onlay, or a crown.