At St. Clair Beach Dental Centre, you'll find a broad range of restorative dental services, from fillings, bridges and crowns to dentures.
What is Restorative Dental Care?
Any procedure that aims to restore the normal function and appearance of your smile is considered restorative dental care.
Our dentists can repair structural problems such as damaged or missing teeth, helping to restore your smile — and your oral health.
Depending on your issue, your dentist at St. Clair Beach Dental Centre can determine the right restorative treatment option for you.
Dental Crowns in Tecumseh
The dentist can place these porcelain caps on top of your teeth to restore function and appearance. Crowns are used to prevent a cracked tooth from worsening, attach dental bridges or cover dental implants. They can also help to restore a stained or discoloured tooth to its natural appearance.
Natural-looking dental bridges are bonded to dental implants or existing teeth to replace a section of missing teeth. These tooth replacements are custom-made and barely noticeable. They can restore the natural contour of your teeth, as well as the bite between upper and lower teeth.
Our dentists at St. Clair Beach Dental Centre use composite tooth-coloured fillings to repair a cavity or damage such as a crack. These filings are able to withstand moderate pressure due to the daily stress of chewing and can be used on front and back teeth.
Need an entire jaw of missing teeth replaced? Full dentures (also referred to as 'complete dentures' or 'false teeth') can be fitted to your upper or lower gums. They will allow you to maintain your facial structure, speak and eat properly. They can also be removed for cleaning and sleeping.
Inlays & Onlays
If damage is too extensive fo a standard dental filling, your dentist will place inlays and onlays to repair cavities. These tooth-coloured porcelain fillings are custom-made in a dental laboratory, then permanently cemented to your tooth as a single piece.
If blood vessels, nerves and tissues inside your tooth are diseased, your dentist will perform a root canal to remove them. By eliminating bacteria and decay, the dentist can help stop the infection from spreading and prevent the need for an extraction.