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Need to repair a damaged tooth?

A crown or a ‘cap’ is an excellent option to restore the appearance and strength of a tooth has been damaged but not fully removed. We make sure the crown fits by taking an impression of your teeth, matching the natural look and feel of your original teeth to provide a uniform look.

Crown and Bridges

If you have multiple missing teeth, we may recommend a bridge instead. A bridge is a permanent fixture that connects the space between two remaining teeth with specially made artificial teeth. This process works best for patients who have a gap in their mouth with healthy teeth on both sides of the gap.

  • Variety of crown materials available
  • Seamlessly fit your original teeth
  • Smooth & easy procedure

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Get to Know Your Teeth – Dental Anatomy 101
2019-10-11
Get to Know Your Teeth – Dental Anatomy 101
Before delving into the layers that comprise a tooth, we need to provide some context for the areas we will be referring to. There are two distinct areas that dental clinics in Toronto will often use when referencing a tooth - the crown and the root.
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3 Common Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
2019-09-20
3 Common Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
Our goal in this blog is to discuss what some of those commonly chosen procedures entail and their associated benefits.
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The Effects of Smoking on Your Oral Health
2019-09-06
The Effects of Smoking on Your Oral Health
Any reputable Toronto dental clinic that smoking also poses significant risks to your oral health and can have adverse effects on the appearance and health of your mouth and gums.
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How Your Child's Breathing Patterns Can Lead to Abnormal Dental Development
2019-08-23
How Your Child's Breathing Patterns Can Lead to Abnormal Dental Development
While it is best practice to regularly schedule an appointment at a dental office in Toronto for yourself and your child, we rarely stop to ponder why severity in dental procedures can vary so wildly between groups of children. In other words, how do we diagnose aberrant dental formation?
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Red Flag Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore for Emergency Dental Care
2019-08-09
Red Flag Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore for Emergency Dental Care
This modern-day affliction means we have to remain vigilant, ever-cautious and proactive when it comes to maintaining our oral hygiene. That being said, there are circumstances outside of our control that lead us to requiring emergency dental care in Toronto in lieu of the precautions we implement in our day-to-day lives.
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