Inlays & Onlays
When a tooth is too damaged to support a filling, your dental professional can use Inlays and Onlays, much like fillings, to fill or cover the area where a cavity once was or where the tooth is too fragile from extensive decay. It minimizes the possibility of further decay to the existing tooth.
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Local anesthesia is very safe and commonly used on patients of all ages to numb an area. Local dental anesthesia differs from sedation in that is affects a small part of the body in a specific area, such as a tooth or area of... Read More
Kelowna Dental Centre restores teeth using a plastic tooth coloured filling — also called a “composite” or “white” filling — is a relatively new class of dental-restoration material. In its early forms, it was prone to breaking. But the material has been greatly improved... Read More
Dental treatments like dental bonding and veneers are not only used to fix cavities or broken teeth but can also be used to improve the look of healthy teeth. Veneers are applied to the entire front surface of the tooth, whereas bonding is applied... Read More
It may sound scary but the truth is, root canal treatment doesn’t cause pain; it relieves the pain. Most patients who have had a root canal describe the procedure as virtually painless. The perception of root canals being painful began decades ago. But with... Read More
When a tooth is broken, cracked, decay is advanced of the pulp in infected, a filling is inadequate to properly restore and protect the tooth. That’s when your dentist may suggest a tooth-shaped cap called a crown. It’s a great option to try to... Read More