You'll find a range of restorative dental services at dentalhouse Liberty Village, from crowns and bridges to gum therapy.
Our Restorative Services
Procedures aimed at restoring your smile's normal function and appearance are classified as restorative dental care.
Our dentists can help you restore your smile – and your oral health – by trying to repair structural issues like missing or damaged teeth.
The dentists at dentalhouse Liberty Village can evaluate your dental problem and recommend the best restorative treatment for you.
Porcelain crowns are used to restore the function and appearance of teeth that have become stained, discoloured, or damaged.
Bridges can be attached to crowns, used to cover dental implants, or used to prevent a cracked tooth from worsening. When a tooth is so decayed or damaged that large portions of it must be removed, crowns are usually the best option.
Bridges are tooth replacements that should look natural and can be bonded to dental implants or natural teeth to replace a section of missing teeth.
These cosmetic dental restorations can help to restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the bite between upper and lower teeth. They can also help to prevent certain oral health issues or dental complications by limiting the movement of other teeth.
To repair tooth damage such as a cavity or crack, we use composite tooth-coloured fillings at dentalhouse Liberty Village. These fillings should withstand moderate pressure from chewing stress and are suitable for both front and back teeth.
Inlays & Onlays
Inlays and onlays are tooth-coloured porcelain fillings that are used to fill cavities too large for a standard dental filling. They are made to order in a dental laboratory and permanently cemented to the tooth in one piece.
Your dentist removes diseased nerves, tissues, and blood vessels from the interior of a tooth during a root canal procedure. This procedure is less invasive than having a tooth extracted and may help prevent infection.
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures are artificial teeth used to replace one or more missing teeth in a row (partial dentures), or an entire jaw of missing teeth (full dentures). They allow patients who are missing teeth to keep their facial structure and speak and eat normally.
Periodontal (Gum) Therapy
Gum disease can affect the gingiva, gums, cementum, bone, and periodontal ligament, among other mouth tissues. Preventive therapy will be recommended if your dentist detects the disease early on. Otherwise, treatment options will be determined by the disease's type and severity.