Bonding is a cost-effective and quick way to fix prevalent cosmetic dental problems. During this treatment, special dental glue is used to adhere the dental filling to the tooth’s surface. All it takes is a single session to sculpt the teeth and achieve a more aesthetically appealing form. A high intensity light helps to harden the composite material, after which it is polished. This process gives the tooth a polished appearance. The dental bonding process is used to:
If you are looking to enhance the appearance of your smile, you should consider dental veneers as an option. These thin coverings are placed on the visible surface of the teeth and look very natural. Dental veneers can be used to address a wide range of dental problems such as:
Dentists recommend treating tooth decay as quickly as possible. This helps preserve the natural tooth and avoid unnecessary pain. Mild tooth decay only needs some cleaning and filling, but severe decay might require a root canal. At Oradental in Toronto, we have carried out several root canal procedures and are very familiar with them. Here’s what you need to know about it:
Orthodontic treatments address misaligned teeth. This field includes a wide range of treatment options and appliances. At Oradental, we first carefully examine the patient’s teeth using x-rays and other such diagnostic tools, before recommending the best treatment option. Here’s a brief look at the different orthodontic treatments available:
Orthodontic treatment can help improve the look and health of your smile. Orthodontic appliances are used as directed by an orthodontist to apply gentle pressure to move your teeth into the right position. At Oradental, we are happy to provide orthodontic treatment including braces and Invisalign in Toronto, Scarborough.
Dental X-rays are an essential part of your oral health care. They are a diagnostic tool used to help prevent oral health problems or diagnose problems for patients. At Oradental in Scarborough Toronto, we use dental X-rays to get a full detailed picture of your oral health care.
The mouth may seem small but is considered to be the window to our overall health. It is responsible for many functions including eating, drinking, speaking and showing off a beautiful smile!
Are you experiencing a toothache? You may have looked in the mirror but can’t seem to find the source of the pain. There doesn’t appear to be any problems visually. The pain could be due to a crack in your tooth. Sometimes, the crack can be so small that an x-ray can also miss it! However, don’t mistake the pain for being small too. The pain of a cracked tooth can be quite intense, despite the size of the crack!