Did you know that during every check-up and clean, even if you’ve addressed no concern, our professional dentists will still keep an eye out for any issues or signs of decay or bad oral health? Why? Depending on when your last appointment was, there may have been issues you haven’t noticed that have arisen and it is in our best interest to take the best care possible of your oral health and wellbeing during our oral examinations.
Should we come across something we need to address whether it be minor signs of tooth decay or a more major issue such as a missing tooth, our team will establish a treatment plan to ensure your smile is strong, healthy and look the way you want it to look. Our restorative dental treatments include:
Crowns and dental bridges are often recommended for a wide range of issues including covering cracks, chips or concealing imperfections such as discolouration.
Dental crowns are caps designed to fit snug over your teeth to restore both functions and improve the overall appearance. A dental crown will most likely be recommended if you have a broken tooth or worn-down tooth. It is generally used to support a tooth with a particularly large filling or to protect a weak tooth from cracking or breaking. Dental crowns can also be used for aesthetic improvements. This will all be discussed in your initial consultation.
Dental bridges are simply used to cover gaps caused by one or more missing teeth. It is generally created from two or more dental crowns which can be supported by dental implants or the remaining natural tooth. They deliver several aesthetic and functional benefits for patients missing one or more teeth including improving speech and the ability to chew properly, as well as restoring the appearance of the smile.
To learn more about crowns and bridges at The Smile Speciality Dental Group, visit our Crowns & Bridges page.
If your tooth has undergone an extraction or you’ve lost an adult tooth and it, therefore, cannot replace naturally, dental implants at Smile Speciality Dental Group aim to fully restore the function and appearance of your smile. A dental implant is an artificial tooth root, surgically placed into your jaw. To learn more about dental implants for missing teeth, visit our Dental Implants page.
If you’re suffering from tooth sensitivity or inflamed gums, suffer in silence no longer. With root canal treatment at Smile Speciality Dental Group, our dentists will conduct a thorough consultation involving an examination of your teeth, more specifically, the affected tooth. From there, depending on the severity of the condition, we will together establish a suitable treatment plan.
Want to learn more about treatments for a root canal? Visit our Root Canal Treatment page.
When you come in to see the team at The Smile Speciality Dental Group conveniently located in Kippa Ring, our team will ensure you feel comfortable in our practice and with your treatment, while helping you achieve your dental goals.
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