Full Mouth Restoration

Dental restorations are treatments that allow us to restore decayed or damaged teeth or replace missing teeth. Teeth can be damaged due to decay, trauma, injury, or gum disease. Teeth can also fall out or have to be extracted which means they have to be replaced. Carlton Dental in Toronto offers a number of ways to restore and replace your teeth:

  • Fillings - These are the most common way to restore decayed or damaged teeth. Fillings can come in gold, amalgam, or composite-resin.
  • Crowns - For teeth that have sustained more damaged, crowns are an ideal restoration choice. Crowns, or caps, cover a tooth’s entire visible surface to restore its shape and appearance. Crowns can be made from metal, porcelain, ceramic, or a porcelain/metal. Metal crowns are stronger but porcelain and ceramic crowns look more natural.
  • Bridges - Bridges are comprised of one or more artificial teeth to replace missing teeth. The bridge is anchored in place by remaining neighboring teeth.
  • Implants - Implants are small titanium posts that are embedded into the bone socket to replace the missing tooth. Once the tissues have healed and bonded with the implant, a crown is placed on top.
  • Dentures - A set of replacement teeth with an acrylic base and metal attachments that fit over your gum tissues. Complete dentures are used when the patient has no more natural teeth and partial dentures are used when they still have remaining teeth.

The team at Carlton Dental will perform a comprehensive examination to determine the best option to restore your smile. Our practice is also child-friendly so we can improve your children’s oral health too.

Contact Dr. Mirela Miciu, DDS, at Carlton Dental, General Dentist in downtown Toronto to set up an appointment.