Miller Dental has been providing patients with permanent smiles through affordable dental implants in Georgetown and Halton Hills. Over the last five years, our general dentistry clinic has been offering patients different ways to bring back the smile they’ve always wanted.
If missing teeth have been causing you discomfort in public settings or if they’ve impacted your confidence – Miller Dental can help you today! With dental implants, you’ll be able to smile again, showing off your full set of teeth.
Rejuvenate Your Smile with Dental Implants
As dental implants are used to replace missing or lost teeth, they’re the perfect option for supporting dentures, porcelain bridges, or porcelain teeth. A replacement tooth is attached to an implant that has been inserted into the jawbone.
This procedure has become very common for many patients as it offers a range of benefits including:
Avoidance of bone loss after the extraction
Avoidance of abscess or delay
A permanent set of teeth
Most patients prefer our dental implants – as it’s a better alternative in comparison to crowns, partials, or dentures. The quality of the bone will affect the success rate of the procedure. A dentist will properly conduct tests to see whether dental implants will be the best option for you.
If you’re thinking of getting dental implants to replace a missing, fallen, or lost tooth – you should visit Miller Dental for a consultation. Our dentists and dental assistants are always willing to help, with the utmost care and service.
Dental bridge treatment is commonly provided to patients who’ve lost several teeth, to either an injury or dental complication. It is an effective restorative dental procedure that will prevent other dental issues such as uneven jaw bites, gum disease, and teeth alignment.
Miller Dental in Georgetown has been providing patients with dental bridge treatments to secure their confidence and beautify their smiles for many years. With the loss of several teeth, it can cause room for the other teeth to shift. If care is not taken at this point in time, it can lead to serious dental complications in the future.
Dr. Shaheen will take a mold of your entire teeth and use it in creating a dental bridge that will fit perfectly in your mouth. There are several different types of dental bridges you can choose from, depending on your situation.
With the right amount of care, the dental bridges from our Georgetown clinic will last you a lifetime. It is extremely important that you continue to take care of your teeth, as porcelain or ceramic teeth can also be susceptible to damage.
Removable Bridges: As the name suggests, these are dental bridges similar to dentures – they can be removed and cleaned, providing a great deal of convenience and care.
Traditional Bridges: The bridge is used to hold up the anchored teeth, which are generally made from materials such as ceramic or porcelain.
Cantilever Bridges: A bridge of this sort are commonly used when there is only one tooth to one of the sides of the bridge.
For effective affordable restorative care and cosmetic dental treatments, please call Miller Dental in Georgetown at 905-873-2121.
As their name suggests, a crown sits like a cap on top of your tooth to cover any damages or an implant. With existing teeth, the crown will not only strengthen the tooth but will also improve how it looks. With implants, the crown is used to cover the insertion so that it looks and works like the rest of your teeth.
Dental crowns can be made out of metals, porcelain, resin, and ceramics. They typically don’t require special care over time other than regular good oral hygiene. Crowns are great for protecting your root canal-treated tooth. When a root canal is performed, the blood circulation to the tooth no longer takes place, making your tooth weak. To protect your tooth we place a crown over the top of it. The vast majority of crowns and bridges will last forever. While rare, it’s possible that they can become loose or even fall out. Patients can help to ensure the health of their crowns by brushing and flossing regularly and visiting the dentist for cleanings and checkups.