Dental Services

Dental Fillings in Thornhill

Fillings are used to restore a tooth that has been damaged and to seal off and protect the tooth from further decay or injury. We provide amalgam and composite fillings for patients with mild to moderate tooth decay or damage. Your fillings can be placed in a single appointment with the use of a local anesthetic to minimize pain and sensation. We work quickly to make sure that you have a great experience and leave with healthier, stronger teeth.

What to Expect from Your Appointment

When you visit us to have cavities filled, we work as efficiently as possible to ensure you spend less time in the chair and more time enjoying your day. When you arrive, your tooth or teeth will be cleaned and prepared by our team. We will use a tiny drill to remove decaying or damaged portions of the tooth and create an even, well-prepared surface that ensures greater staying power for your filling. Once we have shaped your chosen filling material, you’ll be ready to get back to all your normal activities.

Keep Dental Decay at Bay

If you haven’t been in to see us for a routine oral examination for over a year, it’s time to book your next appointment! When dealt with in the earliest stages, cavities and dental damage don’t need to be costly or uncomfortable to repair. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Dental Services

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and Onlays in Thornhill

When a dental filling isn’t sufficient to restore a damaged or decayed tooth, our dental team may recommend inlays and onlays as a restorative treatment. Inlays and onlays are applied to the top portion of a tooth. They offer a solid biting surface that is designed to perfectly fit over the healthy remaining portion of the tooth.

Durable Partial Restorations

As a partial restoration technique, inlays and onlays allow us to save the healthy remaining portion of a tooth and strengthen it. These restorations are typically applied to the molars or premolars. An inlay is designed to fit between the ridges of a tooth (known in dentistry as the “cusps” of a tooth). Meanwhile, onlays offer more extensive coverage, extending to one or more of the cusps.

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Our dental clinic is committed to finding the right fit for your dental restorations. Ask us about partial restorations for your teeth at your next dental appointment!

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