Restorative Dentistry – Mississauga, ON • Milton, ON
Repairing Your Smile
Dental damage of any kind can inhibit how you speak, eat, and converse with others. If you have decayed or broken teeth, we are ready to help you take back your smile and enjoy better oral health and a more vibrant appearance. With custom-made crowns and bridges, tooth-colored fillings, full and partial dentures, full mouth reconstruction, and more, our team at Family Dental Care & Milton Family Dentistry can improve functionality and restore your confidence. Contact us for an appointment to learn more.
Why Choose Family Dental Care & Milton Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?
- High-Quality Materials Used to Create Crowns and Bridges
- Repairs Designed to Look Natural and Blend with Your Smile
- Late Evening and Saturday Appointments for Your Convenience
To prevent a cavity from spreading, Dr. Bhatt will recommend you have a tooth-colored filling put into place. Using local anesthesia to numb your mouth, we will clear away the decayed portions of your tooth before filling it with a color-matched composite resin that blends in with your existing tooth. A curing light will harden the resin into place, creating a tight seal that protects against future reinfection or damage.
If you have a tooth that is severely decayed or damaged, you might assume removal is the only way to save your smile. Fortunately, we can place a customized dental crown over the weakened structure. Using porcelain fused to metal, Emax, Zirconia, and porcelain materials, we can create a restoration that fits securely, comfortably, and allows for complete functionality. Once in place, your tooth can begin to heal and strengthen over time.
Root Canal Therapy
If you are experiencing dental pain that is far worse than a general toothache, you may have an infection that has reached the innermost layer (the pulp). If this is the case, root canal therapy will be necessary to avoid an extraction. While it might seem scary at first, the truth is we can help alleviate your pain by removing the infection and saving your tooth, so you can maintain a healthier smile in the future.
Most dental professionals want you to keep your natural teeth for the remainder of your life. However, when decay or damage occurs, many common forms of treatment may not be enough, resulting in tooth extraction as a last resort. The good news is we have a team of dentists who are capable of performing this procedure while ensuring your safety and comfort. We’ll even discuss ways to replace your tooth once it is fully healed.
Tooth loss is a common culprit for many systemic diseases and oral health problems. Fortunately, with dental implants, we can restore your smile in a way that offers greater stability, longevity, functionality, and a more youthful appearance. Titanium posts and customized restorations mimic the natural tooth structure, which cannot be achieved with other restorative solutions. Whether you’re missing one, multiple, or an entire arch of teeth, dental implants can help you live your best life.