Choose From Several Tooth Replacement Options to Complete Your Smile

If you need one or more teeth replaced, you’ve come to the right place. Our options include:

  • Dental Implants – Implants are bio-friendly titanium roots that support crowns, bridges, and dentures. They securely anchor to your jawbone.
  • Fixed Bridges – Bridges are used to replace missing teeth. A bridge holds a replacement tooth securely between two adjacent teeth.
  • Dentures – New dentures can be made to give you your smile back. We can also use dental implants to keep your dentures securely retained or supported.

Repair Damaged Teeth With Fillings, Crowns, or Veneers

Our practice offers several ways to repair your teeth, including:

  • Tooth-Coloured Fillings – Our fillings are designed to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. Your dentist will likely recommend repairing minor tooth decay with a filling.
  • Dental Crowns – Crowns can be used repair teeth after more extensive damage. A full dental crown covers an entire tooth, and a partial crown – an inlay or an onlay – covers just a portion of a tooth.
  • Dental Veneers – Veneers can repair teeth with damage that is more cosmetic, such as small chips and cracks, grooved enamel, or discolouration. We offer both porcelain and ceramic dental veneers.

Root Canal Therapy Can Save an Infected Tooth

While dental decay on the outside of your tooth is bad enough, it becomes much more problematic if it moves past the surface of your tooth into the pulp inside and causes infection. The infection destroys your tooth from the inside out and is often painful.

Fortunately, our dentists can perform a root canal treatment and likely save your tooth! They will clean out the inside of your tooth, removing the pulp and the infection, then fill your tooth to help prevent it from becoming infected again. The last step is to strengthen your tooth by covering it with a dental crown.

Get Your Restorative Dental Care in Comfort

Before your root canal or other restorative procedure, we will numb your mouth with local anesthesia. In addition, our staff can help you feel more relaxed with:

  • Televisions and headphones so you can focus on music or a favorite show instead of your procedure
  • Blankets in case you get chilly in our chair
  • Inhaled sedation, oral sedation, or IV sedation

Get your smile back in shape with help from a restorative dentist in Winnipeg, MB. Call us at 204-977-8515 or schedule an appointment online to meet with Dr. Dhillon or Dr. McDermid.