Restorative Dentistry – Mississauga, ON

Fixing Cracked, Decayed, or Otherwise Damaged Teeth

Woman in purple blouse smiling after restorative dentistry in Mississauga

As strong as teeth are, they can still become cracked or suffer from cavities. It takes a professional’s help to restore a damaged tooth, so please reach out to us if there’s a problem with your smile. We can address the damage and protect injured teeth from further harm with personalized dental crowns and fillings. On top of that, full mouth reconstructions are available for any patients with particularly extensive dental issues that need to be fixed with restorative dentistry in Mississauga.

Why Choose Meadowvale Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • High-Quality Dental Materials Used
  • Dentists That Value Their Patients
  • Saturday Appointments Available

Dental Crowns

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A tooth might need a crown if it is significantly worn down, is cracked or otherwise broken, or has been weakened in some way. No matter the reason why you are getting a dental crown, you will want to give some serious thought to the kind of material that it’s made of. Our dental practice offers traditional gold crowns, but for patients who want more lifelike results, we can also provide EMAX, zirconia, and porcelain restorations.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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When your tooth has a cavity, we’ll have to remove the decayed area. The missing structure will then need to be replaced with a filling. Nowadays, fillings don’t necessarily need to be made out of metal; at our practice, we instead offer composite resin, which is much easier to match to the appearance of your natural teeth. As an additional benefit, composite resin fillings can bond directly with your tooth, giving it support from the inside.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Obviously, a single crown or filling won’t be enough if you have damaged or decayed teeth all throughout your mouth. As such, we may suggest a full mouth reconstruction to repair your grin and help you overcome your oral health issues. Step one is an in-depth consultation where we can get a feel for your dental needs and ask you about your goals. Then we will work with you to create your very own full mouth reconstruction plan, which will include any treatments that are deemed necessary for restoring your smile.