Teeth Restorative

Bridges and Crowns, Full and Partial Dentures

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Bridges & Crowns

At Denwest Dental is offering comprehensive dental care services that include dental bridges and crowns. If your teeth are damaged or missing, the prosthetic devices can bring back the beautiful smile you once had.

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Full Denture

Dentures are artificial teeth perfect for hiding existing gaps when someone loses all their teeth. They are available in removable and permanent options. Unlike the previous years, they are very comfortable.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Have you ever wondered if it was possible to replace all your teeth? We are here to provide some answers. Full mouth reconstruction is a solution for people who have lost the functionality of their teeth for any reason.

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Crowns for Implant

Dental implants offer a permanent solution to missing teeth. When you receive a dental implant, a dentist places a dental crown on top of the abutment to replace the missing tooth. Over time, the dental crown wears off, requiring a replacement.

Bridges and Crowns

Dental crowns and bridges provide a perfect solution to damaged or missing teeth. This restorative dental procedure involves using prosthetic devices to restore your smile.
Our dentist may recommend a dental crown if you have a damaged or fractured tooth structure. Dental bridges are ideal if you have one or more missing teeth. We provide porcelain crowns whose color and texture match your natural teeth.
Dental crowns may consist of gold alloys to give them extra strength, mainly when replacing a back tooth. When placing dental crowns, our dentists will file down and reshape your tooth. The crown will fit like a cap on the shaped tooth, and the dentist will cement it in place.

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Full Dentures

As a senior, you can still smile with confidence

Dentures are artificial teeth perfect for hiding existing gaps when someone loses all their teeth. They are available in removable and permanent options. Unlike the previous years, when dentures were uncomfortable, they are now very comfortable and can handle relevant tasks like chewing food without any problems. Our dentists will review your situation and factor in all considerations before proposing any denture.

Removable dentures are also known as partial dentures. They become necessary if several teeth are missing or when the surrounding teeth are too weak to hold a bridge. They consist of artificial teeth with clasps that attach to the adjacent teeth. Most people find them less invasive and comfortable. You can remove them easily for cleaning before you sleep. 

 

Partial Dentures

Our dentists might recommend partial dentures if some of your natural teeth are missing. Partial dentures consist of replacement teeth connected by a metal framework to help hold the dentures in place.

The replacement teeth are often attached to a gum-colored plastic base. Partial dentures fill the spaces of missing teeth and prevent the neighboring teeth from shifting or changing position. The dentist will first prepare your mouth before placing the partial dentures. They will also take an impression of your other teeth and your gum to ensure that the partials will fit well.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Have you ever wondered if it was possible to replace all your teeth? If so, we are here to provide some answers. Full mouth reconstruction is a solution for people who have lost the functionality of their teeth for any reason. The procedure improves the overall health, including the gums, by providing an alternative to the incapacitated natural teeth. Through reconstruction, you regain the capacity to bite all types of food, speak properly, and enjoy the mouth’s functionality.

Multiple issues can result in the need for reconstruction. You may have dealt with periodontal bone problems, persistent gum issues, or loss of teeth through an accident. We can rebuild the broken teeth to make your life more enjoyable.

Crown Replacement for Implant Tooth

Dental implants offer a permanent solution to missing teeth. When you receive a dental implant, a dentist places a dental crown on top of the abutment to replace the missing tooth. Over time, the dental crown wears off, requiring a replacement.

You may need a dental crown replacement after 5 to 15 years. However, with proper dental hygiene habits, a dental crown might last much longer. We offer a crown replacement for implant teeth. Our dentists will also advise you on how to take care of your dental crowns to ensure that they last longer.

Woodbridge Family Dental Clinic at Heart Of City of Vaughan

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