dental restoration

Dental Restoration to Give You More Reasons to Smile

One of the most common dental health problems people have is dental decay. And if left untreated, dental decay can start to affect your general health. Having a dentist you can trust to find and repair problems due to dental decay is vital to maintaining good health – and we are the dentist you need.

After a thorough examination, our staff will recommend the most appropriate treatment to restore your smile.

  • Fillings

    Cavities are usually caused by excess plaque and tartar dissolving the protective enamel of your tooth. A dentist will usually remove any excess decay, clean the area and fill in the hole with either a metallic or plastic compound.

  • Crowns

    If there is a significant amount of decay, or if the tooth has already had a few fillings, a crown may be required. Crowns completely encapsulate the infected tooth and are usually made of gold, porcelain fused to metal, or pure white porcelain.

  • Inlays

    A dental inlay is usually used when the placement or amount of decay puts the tooth structure at risk. The dentist makes a custom inlay that will fit into the spaces in between the cusps of your tooth. Typically an inlay requires two visits to the dentist, but they are very durable once inserted.

  • Onlays

    Onlays are similar to inlays, except that they are custom-made to fit over one or more cusps. For this reason, they are often referred to as “partial crowns”.

  • Dental Bridges

    If the tooth is beyond restoration, your dentist may recommend removing it and inserting a bridge. A bridge is made by preparing the teeth on either side of the missing tooth as crowns, which will hold the replacement tooth in place.

Give your teeth tender loving care. If you are looking for an Etobicoke dentist, Dr. Mark Rhody Dentistry is here to help restore your smile. Call us today at (416) 231-4281 to set an appointment request.

You may visit us during our office hours:
Monday: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed