The Canadian and American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist at least twice each year for a checkup. At your checkup, we will inspect your soft tissues for oral cancer, periodontal disease, and other problems. The dentist will also look at each tooth in your mouth to assess problems like tooth decay or cracks, as well as old dental work. Sometimes old dental work wears out and needs to be replaced. We will be happy to replace metal fillings, inlays, onlays, and crowns with tooth-colored alternatives.
The term «restoration» is used to refer to a false tooth. This tooth is then secured to the implant. It looks and behaves in the same way as a natural tooth.
A bridge is a replacement for a missing tooth and is attached to the adjacent teeth. A bridge can help you avoid dental problems which often occur when a tooth is lost.
Dental crowns or “caps” offer a solution for teeth that are too badly damaged to be corrected with tooth-colored fillings or veneers. Crowns can restore both the strength and beauty to natural teeth.
The inside of a tooth can become infected when that tooth incurs injury, like a deep cavity or crack. Infection creates pressure and pain. At this point, you can have the tooth removed or, in some cases, the tooth can be saved from extraction with root canal therapy.
Our priority at Centre Dentaire Tesolin is to forge with your child a lifelong commitment to oral health. Your kid’s first visit is our first opportunity to screen for cavities and other potential problems. We can also give your tips on how to care for your baby’s teeth and answer any questions you may have. Starting early is important to nurturing a positive experience with the children dentist in years to come.