At Parkwood Family Dental, we strive to offer comprehensive dental care that will preserve your smile and handle the majority of dental issues in-house. Our dedication to dentistry as an art form as well as a science is perfectly complemented by our talent, experience, and dedication to each individual patient.
Smile Test Drive
At Parkwood Family Dental, we offer a Smile Test Drive approach so you can try on your ideal smile before purchasing it. We will construct your temporary grin according to your preferences using composite materials. The transformation will be documented with photographs, and you can even flaunt your new grin at home in front of your loved ones. With the Smile Test Drive procedure, patients can really see their new smile before deciding to undergo treatment rather than just envisioning it in their minds. Schedule your Free Smile Test Drive today!
Invisalign Clear Aligners
Everyone wants to appear their best at all times, whether they are an adult or a teen. You may alter your smile with Invisalign without anybody noticing because the aligner trays are entirely transparent. If necessary, you may even quickly pop them in or out. Make the obvious decision and get rid of the metal brackets and wires!
We can offer assistance with a simple and safe process in our office if your teeth aren't quite as white and dazzling as you'd like them to be. We can also assist you if you prefer to whiten your teeth at home by sending you a simple kit that you can use as needed.
It is crucial to practice preventative dental care, and it makes sense to deal with problems as soon as they arise. After checking your teeth for decay and making sure your gums are in good condition, we will apply a thin coat of sealant to the chewing surfaces of all of your teeth. As a result, decay-causing bacteria won't be able to enter the tooth's cracks.
Tooth Colored Fillings
When you've had dental work done, it used to be simple to identify you because of the silver, shining fillings that were so ubiquitous. Today's fillings use a robust composite resin to fill cavities. The filling will be polished and contoured to match your original, healthy teeth.
When a filler is not quite powerful enough to complete the task, bonding occurs. Using a tooth-colored resin material with adhesives and a strong curing light is known as tooth bonding. It is frequently used for cosmetic reasons to enhance the appearance of a stained or broken tooth.
Porcelain veneers offer a dramatic makeover by hiding flaws and altering the look of your teeth's size, shape, and color. These dental veneers, which are made of incredibly thin porcelain, are affixed to teeth's front surfaces. Veneers can disguise slight misalignments and even lengthen teeth in addition to hiding cracks, chips, and discolouration.
When a tooth needs to be saved, root canal therapy is used to restore the tooth's health. Infected tissue and germs are removed during a root canal. The tooth will be prepared for further repair when the root has been filled with a shielding material.
If you have lost or damaged teeth, dental crowns are a safe way to repair gaps and help restore your smile. A crown is required when a conventional filling or bonding is ineffective. They are created specifically to repair the chewing surface and stop bacteria from entering the interior.
Occasionally a tooth is impacted (like wisdom teeth) or is too far gone to be salvaged and needs to be pulled. Before extracting a tooth, we will discuss all of your choices with you, including what will happen next to help restore your smile and bite.
In a literal sense, dental bridges fill the space left by one or more missing teeth. A bridge is constructed of two or more crowns—referred to as abutment teeth—for the teeth on either side of the gap. Bridges assist in restoring your smile as well as your ability to speak and chew normally.
Dentures can be utilized when a patient is toothless or when there are numerous missing teeth. Dentures are removable tooth substitutes that can be inserted and removed from the mouth. It can improve quality of life and aid in the restoration of speech and chewing surface. Dentures can be full (replacing the entire upper or lower arch), partial (replacing just a few teeth), or both.
Dental implants are made of metal and are surgically inserted beneath the gum line into the jawbone. Replacement teeth can be put on them once they are in position. Implants support false teeth securely because they bond to your jawbone.
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