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Restorative Dentistry

First Visit 

During the first visit, we may request access to your dental records to know about your dental health history. This allows our dentist to provide you the most appropriate treatment based on your needs. We will also listen to your concerns about your smile. Then we will determine the treatment options to undergo based on the current condition of your smile and previous dental procedures. 

We will perform an evaluation to get a full overview of your oral health needs. 

  • Taking dental X-rays or imaging procedures to get a picture of the underlying tooth structure

  • Checking for presence or risk of tooth decay, root decay and gum disease

  • Checking the state of bite alignment 

  • Determining the need for dental restorations 


Our dental team will ensure that you get all the information you need and help you get on track to achieving the smile that you want.

Dental Equipment

Dental Fillings

Most of us develop a cavity at some point in time. Dental fillings can be an effective way of stopping decay and damage. They are often used for filling in cavities, but can also be used to repair minor cracks and restore teeth that have been worn down. We offer different options when it comes to dental filling materials:  silver (amalgam), gold, composite resins, ceramics (porcelain), glass ionomer. The extent of decay and damage will determine if a filling is the best suited method of treatment for you.



A type of dental restoration which encase the entire visible aspect of a tooth, in effect becomes the tooth's new outer surface. Crowns can be made out of porcelain (or some other ceramic material), gold (or metal alloys), or a combination of both. Dental crowns are often referred to as "dental caps" or "tooth caps". Crowns are used to repair badly decayed, broken, discolored, or misaligned teeth. Crowns completely cover teeth, restoring them to their natural size, shape, and function.


Fixed Bridges

A dental bridge is a device used to fill the space where a tooth has fallen out or been removed. A typical dental bridge consists of a pontic (a filler tooth) that is attached to two surrounding crowns (abutments). Once complete, this bridge structure is bonded or cemented into the mouth. Without the use of a bridge, spaces in the mouth from missing teeth can cause multiple teeth to shift, lead to malocclusion (bad bite) and/or jaw problems,  and may spur periodontal (gum) disease. Dental bridges safeguard the integrity of existing teeth and help maintain a healthy, vibrant smile.


Dental Implants

This procedure uses small titanium fixtures that are placed in the bone of the upper or lower jaw. The implants bond with the bone and act as an anchor for replacement teeth.

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root, usually using a highly-biocompatible titanium screw, that is anchored into your jaw bone to hold a replacement artificial tooth. The implant is placed into the jaw bone to allow the jaw’s living bone cells (osseoblasts) to grow and wrap around the screw in a process called osseointegration. The bone fuses with the screw, creating the most secure and stable fit possible. Dental implants are strong and durable. They offer a permanent solution to tooth loss.



We have 2 options for replacement of missing teeth.


(1) Complete Dentures

replace all of the teeth on either the upper or lower jaw. Complete dentures are made from prefabricated acrylic and sized to fit the shape of your jaw and mouth. They mimic the color and appearance of your natural teeth. The unique impression of your teeth, bite, and the shape of your jaw shape will be used to create the dentures.


(2) Partial Dentures are removable devices that replace a few missing teeth, instead of all the teeth on the jaw line. They can be attached either by metal clasps or precision attachments. Precision attachments require crowns to be put on the remaining abutments.


Gum Contouring

There is more to a smile than just teeth. Gum contouring is a valuable procedure to help create a beautiful smile. The lips and gums act as a frame for patient's smile, and healthy gums are one of the very important parts of a pleasant appearance. When there is too much gum it gives the patient an unattractive gummy smile even if the teeth are wonderfully aligned and proportioned well. 


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