Diagnosing & Treating Dental Problems
If teeth are chipped or cracked, crooked, or missing, it can be difficult to feel comfortable in your smile. Restorative dentistry repairs, replaces, and improves the function of broken, chipped, or missing teeth.
How We Can Help
Cavities & Damaged Teeth
A cavity is a hole that occurs in your tooth due to decay and is often characterized by black or dark markings..
A root canal may be necessary if the pulp of your teeth is inflamed or infected. The process involves removing the infected tissue (pulp) from the tooth, cleaning and disinfecting the canal, and shaping, filling, and sealing the open area to protect it.
Chipped or Broken Teeth
If the chip or break is small, your dentist may use a filler to repair your tooth. If the damage is extensive, you may require a root canal or a crown to protect and cover your tooth.
Straightening Misaligned Teeth
Crooked and crowded teeth can be more difficult to clean, increasing your risk of tooth decay, cavities, and diseases. You may also have an increased risk of chipping, breaking, or wearing away your teeth if they don’t align properly.
At Hill Top Dental Centre, we can help you straighten your teeth with orthodontics.
Replacing Missing Teeth
A dental implant is a surgical procedure that places an artificial tooth attached to a metal post that replaces the roots of your natural tooth. This artificial tooth looks and functions like a real tooth and can replace one or more missing teeth.
Dentures also replace some or all missing teeth with artificial teeth. Partial dentures are used when nearby teeth can’t support dental implants or bridges or if too many teeth are missing. Full dentures are used to replace a full mouth of missing teeth and are held in place by suction.
Feel Happy & Confident with Your Smile
If you have tooth pain or crooked or missing teeth, we can work with you to find a solution.
At Hill Top Dental Centre, we are proud to offer many restorative dental procedures to get your oral health back to a comfortable standard. If you’re interested in restorative care or have questions about your dental health, please get in touch!