Halton Village Dental is general and restorative dentistry that cares for both the health of your gums and teeth and the functioning of your mouth and jaw. Our procedures often overlap between the two distinct areas.
There’s much more to visiting Halton Village Dental than just receiving a routine checkup.
That’s why this multifaceted dental office works at three distinct levels:
Restorative dentistry helps to restore your gums and teeth to their healthy, functioning state by rebuilding bone and gum tissue. Another important function of restorative dentistry is to replace missing teeth, using a variety of methods tailored to each individual patient.
Missing teeth or misaligned teeth leave empty spaces in the mouth that can affect the way you breathe, eat, and talk. It can make it difficult to maintain good oral care, making it easier for plaque to build up and for teeth to deteriorate.
In addition to providing procedures that restore damaged teeth or replace missing teeth, restorative dentists provide treatments that center around the jaw and airways located in the mouth. This could include temporomandibular therapy for TMD (jaw pain) and snoring.
Halton Village Dental is a one-stop family dental practice that can treat all your general and restorative dentistry concerns.
Available in many different materials and configurations, braces are custom made devices to help straighten and align teeth for better function and appearance.
Modern dentures (false teeth) are much more natural-looking and comfortable to wear than they were years ago.
Tooth-shaped caps are placed over a damaged tooth to strengthen and protect the structure of the tooth.
Another method to replace missing teeth, dental implants are inserted into your jawbone using a metal anchor and an artificial tooth.
A bridge has a crown on either side, and artificial teeth in between. This device is used to fill the space left by missing teeth.
Teeth grinding (bruxism), a misaligned bite and a variety of other issues can place stress on your temporomandibular joint. Temporomandibular joint dysfunction can lead to a range of debilitating issues, including head, neck, and ear pain.
Toothache is often caused by infected tooth pulp and in many cases, it could lead to the tooth being lost. A root canal treatment can help remove the infected pulp tissue and potentially save the tooth.
Patients with serious dental issues sometimes require full-mouth reconstruction. These projects often use both restorative and cosmetic dentistry to improve the function, health, and appearance of the patient’s smile, in addition to:
At Halton Village Dental, your local family dental practice, we offer restorative dentistry services aimed at adults and preventative care for our younger patients. Our expertly trained general dentists have the experience to ensure early diagnosis and will refer you to a specialist for more involved restorative dentistry or orthodontic work.