Enhancing your smile doesn’t require an extensive procedure. At Canadian Place Dentistry, we offer these procedures:
This is one of the easiest and fastest ways to improve your smile. At Canadian Place Dentistry we offer the option of taking whitening treatments at home or at our office, which helps patients to brighten their smiles according to their preferences and needs.
Dental veneers are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored porcelain or resin that cover the front surface of the teeth. After removing about a half-millimeter of enamel from the tooth surface, these thin shells are bonded (cemented) to the front of the teeth, changing their color, shape, size, or length. Veneers are often called “Hollywood teeth.
In dental bonding, a tooth-colored, putty-like resin, which is a durable plastic material, is applied to the tooth and hardened with an ultraviolet or laser light, bonding the material to the tooth. Your dentist then trims, shapes, and polishes it. Bonding can repair decayed, chipped, cracked, or misshapen teeth; it is also a good cosmetic alternative to, or replacement for, amalgam or silver fillings.
This is a non-surgical procedure to enhance the appearance of your teeth. It involves shaping the outer enamel layer of your natural teeth to correct uneven or overlapped teeth. It is also used to fix small chips or other surface abnormalities. At Canadian Place Dentistry, we strive to provide the safest service, however, there are risks to any procedure that alters your teeth's appearance. Any tooth enamel removed during your appointment is permanent. Once the procedure is done, there is a way back. Make sure that you are completely sure about the procedure and your desired outcome.
Composite resins, or tooth-colored fillings, provide good durability and fracture resistance in small- to medium-sized fillings which have to withstand moderate pressure from constant chewing stress. It is possible to use them on either the front or back teeth. For individuals who like their fillings to appear more normal, they are a good choice. Placing a composite filling takes normally longer than it does for a metal filling. That's because composite fillings involve keeping the tooth clean and dry when filling the cavity. Tooth-colored fillings, possibly due to cosmetics, are now being used more frequently than amalgam or gold fillings.