Damaged and missing teeth are an unfortunate possibility that we all face. Unlike the other bones in our bodies, teeth are not capable of healing themselves from traumatic damage. This means that when a tooth is broken or decayed, it will likely remain that way forever.
In cases such as these, modern dentistry has methods to restore your dental structure to its natural strength and integrity.
Courtside Dental provides restorative dentistry to patients throughout the community of Regina who wishes to renew the health and beauty of their smiles.
For teeth with mild damage, such as chips and cracks, veneers are the perfect minimally invasive solution.
These thin ceramic enhancements are custom-made to match the color and shape of your natural teeth and are bonded to your enamel. While veneers are generally considered a cosmetic treatment, they are ideal for fixing minor damage in otherwise healthy teeth.
Courtside Dental offers single-appointment veneers. There is no need for multiple visits with porcelain veneers.
Full and partial dentures are prosthetic devices that replace some or all of your teeth. Full dentures consist of custom-formed plates that fit over your gums, while partials are generally mounted on metal brackets that attach to your natural teeth.
Bridges and Crowns
Crowns and bridges are common full-tooth restorations. Both consist of beautiful prosthetic teeth, custom-made to match the color and contour of your natural dental structure. They provide a full, radiant smile.
Crowns are ideal for teeth with severe damage or decay, but whose root is still healthy enough to support the structure. They are caps made of a strong ceramic, which are fitted over the unhealthy tooth.
Fixed bridges are prosthetics meant to replace one or more adjacent missing teeth. The row of Affixed to anchor crowns called abutments, these porcelain restorations look like a row of natural teeth.
Both of these restorative treatments are available at Courtside Dental.
By far, the sturdiest and most effective method of replacing missing teeth is with dental implants.
This involves a biocompatible titanium post that is surgically implanted into the bone of the jaw. Through a process called osseointegration, the post bonds to the bone, after which a beautiful custom crown is attached using an abutment.
One of the most beneficial aspects of dental implants is that the post acts like a natural root, stimulating the jaw and preventing shrinkage of the bone.
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Courtside Dental serves the people of Regina, as well as the surrounding communities of Harbour Landing, Albert Park Neighborhood, Lakeview, and Parliament Place.
If you have restorative dental needs, don't hesitate to contact our office today. Our caring and compassionate team will be more than happy to schedule your visit.