Our General Dentistry Services

  • Dental Bridges

    A dental bridge is a fixed dental appliance that fills the space left by one or more missing teeth. Bridging the gap left by missing teeth. There are several types of bridges, and you and your dentist will discuss the best options for your particular case before the bridge is placed. “Traditional" bridges are the most popular kind. They are most often made of porcelain fused to metal. Traditional bridges consist to two crowns that...
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  • Dental Crowns

    Dental crowns to protect and strengthen the structure of teeth that cannot be restored with fillings or other types of restorations. What are dental crowns? A dental crown (or cap) covers the entire surface of a tooth to restore it to its original shape and size. There are several different types of crowns available,, but tooth-coloured porcelain are the most popular these days. Porcelain crowns are very durable and can last for m...
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  • Dental Restorations

    We use a variety of dental restoration techniques to repair cracked, decayed, fractured or chipped teeth. These include white composite fillings, and dental inlays and onlays. White (Composite Resin) Fillings Composite resin fillings are made a tooth-colored plastic mixture filled with glass. These fillings are used to repair decayed portions of teeth, and to make cosmetic changes to teeth by reshaping them and changing...
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  • Full & Partial Dentures

    Our dentists provide full and partial dentures for our Surrey and Delta patients who are looking to replace their missing teeth. Why replace missing teeth? Aside from the aesthetic benefits to replace missing teeth, there are some important oral health benefits as well. If left open, the gaps left by missing teeth will allow the surrounding teeth to shift out of position over time. The structure of the jaw to shri...
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  • Root Canals

    If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, you may be suffernig from an infection of the inner pulp of your teeth. If this is the case, you may need a root canal procedure to fix the tooth, or it may eventually die. The Inner Workings of a Tooth Deep inside your tooth, under the enamel and dentin layers, is a soft tissue that's called the "pulp" of the tooth. This pulp is made up of nerve endings, blood vessels and connective t...
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