Restorative Dentistry in St. John’s
If your teeth are damaged due to trauma or years of wear and tear, simple tasks such as eating and speaking can become difficult and even painful. Fortunately, our dental professionals can offer a variety of treatments designed to restore your mouth to its optimal health and ability to function. For over 30 years, Avalon Dental Centre has been the top choice for restorative dentistry in St. John’s and surrounding areas.
From dental implants and root canal treatment to full-mouth restoration, you can count on us for dental services. Our experienced dentists offer a complete range of solutions for all your oral health issues which is important for your overall health and well-being. Call us today to schedule your consultation. Here, you can learn more about our restorative dentistry procedures:
A crown is a full-coverage restoration typically made of metal, porcelain, zirconia, or a combination to provide strength and stability to a tooth. Crowns are usually recommended for heavily filled, fractured, or endodontically treated teeth.
A bridge is a tooth replacement option. Support teeth on either side of the space are crowned and joined by a prosthetic tooth, which fills the space “bridging the gap.” A bridge is one unit that is bonded or cemented, making it non-removable.
An implant is a single or multiple tooth replacement option. Implants are titanium fixtures that are placed in the jawbone, similar to a tooth root, upon which a crown, bridge or denture is placed.
A root canal is a procedure that removes the pulp or “the nerve” from the tooth. It is performed when the pulp becomes damaged or infected, which often results in you having a toothache. Once the pulp is removed, the canal that held the pulp is then cleaned, disinfected, and sealed from future bacterial infection. A crown is then recommended to help prevent the tooth from fracturing.
An extraction is the removal of a tooth from the socket. It is used as a last resort to alleviate tooth pain and/or infection or to remove a tooth that is unrestorable. Once the tooth is removed, we can discuss options for replacing the missing tooth.