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At Walk-in Dental Clinic, North York, Toronto, our restorative dental services include, bridges and crowns. If your teeth have been lost or damaged, you need a dental crowns and bridges service, so you are able to restore your smile to its initial appearance and strength.
Many dentists provide extensive restorative dentistry for patients who suffer from typical oral health problems that need significant care. These methods can coincide with cosmetic dentistry procedures as modern restorations are established to appear and feel natural or enhances one’s present look. Although a number of dentists can perform different restorative procedures, there may still exist a gap in the quality a cosmetic dentist may offer over a general or family dental specialist. Restorative dentistry processes are very common amongst general dentists, and usually involves the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the teeth, gums and the jaw and face.

A dental crown is a cap that is put on top of a tooth to revive its shape, size, and strength. Crowns are mainly used for a broken tooth or to support a large filling. They are also helpful in holding dental bridges in place when you have lost one or more teeth.
Crowns are used to cover damaged, cracked, chipped teeth, or to basically restore teeth. When cemented into place, they fully cup over the portion of a tooth, which lies above the gum line. Dentists will match the color of your actual teeth to give you a natural look and feel.
Placing a dental crown normally requires two visits. In the first visit, we prepare patients’ teeth by removing damaged structures. We then take impressions of the prepared tooth used to craft a custom crown. Meanwhile, patients put on a temporary crown to protect the prepared tooth. When the custom restoration is finished, patients comes back to our office to exchange the temporary for the permanent crown. Like dental crown placement, fixed bridges substitutes missing teeth by fixing up to three replacement teeth to two crowns that are attached to normal teeth on each side, offering support for the replacements. Fixed bridge restoration also takes two appointments to complete.

If you have one or more teeth missing, a dental bridge can help connect the gaps left behind. A bridge is typically made of at least two crowns used to anchor the bridge to the neighboring natural teeth. Connected to the crowns is the false teeth that replace the ones you lost.
A dental bridge is a custom device fixed to neighboring teeth that acts as replacements for missing teeth. A tooth or teeth replaced with bridgework are therefore substituted by a more natural-looking prosthetic (replacement) that is held together with the teeth on each side of the one missing.
Are you searching for a dentist who can help you get a healthier and more functional smile? Walk-in dental clinic is committed to providing exceptional dental bridges and crowns services in North York, Toronto, whether it’s helping patients with a very fundamental service, like a dental filling, or a more complicated solution. In every situation, we offer personalized service supported by years of training and experience.

Visit Walk-in Dental Clinic, North York today to find out more about our restorative dentistry services.

Our team of dental specialists is passionate about helping patients achieve their optimal oral health for a lifetime of beautiful smiles, in spite of our best efforts and those of our patients, dental decay and damage are often time inevitable. Our skilled dentistry team in Walk-in dental clinic, Toronto, provides advanced restorative dentistry services to repair damaged smiles, replace missing teeth, and rejuvenate oral health. You are invited to contact our team to learn more about smile restoration at Walk-in dental clinic or book an appointment today.

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