Restorative Treatment

Tooth decay, old or damaged restorations
Solution: Mercury-free, tooth colored fillings/porcelain restorations

Depending on the extent of the damage, there are a few options in restoring tooth decay or broken fillings. The smaller decays can be restored with tooth colored composite resin fillings. Composite resins are mercury-free restorations that are bonded to the remaining tooth structure. The larger tooth decay/damage are recommended to be replaced with porcelain inlays or onlays. They are beautifully lab- fabricated porcelain restorations that mimic natural dentition and will restore your teeth permanently to original shape and function.

Severely damaged teeth
Solution: Crowns

Under certain conditions when there is extensive loss of tooth structure as a result of large carious lesions, cracked or fractured teeth, it is necessary to restore the tooth with crowns. Our goal is to restore the tooth both functionally and aesthetically. Modern porcelain technology allows us to fabricate beautiful, well-fitting porcelain crowns that will restore your natural looking smiles.


Missing teeth
Solution: Dental implants and bridge

With the latest advances in Implant Dentistry, we are able to
replace missing teeth that mimic natural dentition. The success
rate of dental implants are at 99% making them the best option
for replacing most missing teeth. Close collaboration with an
Oral Surgeon or a Periodontist is paramount in obtaining best
result with implant dentistry.

In cases that Dental Implants are not feasible due to medical
or dental reasons, a Bridge is an option for replacing missing
teeth.

Headaches, grinding teeth
Solution: Night Guards

If you are experiencing headaches, sore muscles or clicking
of TMJ caused by clenching or grinding your teeth, we recommend
custom made night guards. It will help stop you from clenching
and grinding while you sleep and as a result facilitate relief
of your symptoms.

These devices are very effective at preventing excessive tooth
wear and relaxing your muscles and TMJ. In severe cases of
TMJ disorders, it is necessary to consult with an Orthodontist
or Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon.

  • Restorative Treatment