Does Your Smile Need a Full Mouth Restoration?

Learn About What Restorative Dentistry Can Do For You

Full mouth restoration or reconstruction includes a variety of restorative dental treatments, such as implants, crowns, bridges, and veneers. Some patients will benefit from just one treatment to restore their smile back to optimal function and beauty, while others will require a combination of treatments to achieve their goal.

We've got the low down on four popular restorations, all offered at our Etobicoke dental clinic:


Dental implants are perfect for restoring single or multiple missing teeth. With this procedure, a titanium-based screw (or artificial tooth root) is implanted into the jaw bone to support a replacement tooth. After it is surgically placed, the implant gradually integrates into the bone over a healing period of about 4 months. The treatment is often a lifelong success provided the patient continues to take proper care of their oral health.


Crowns are artificial tooth caps that are placed over teeth that have received root canal surgery, or large fillings. Crowns strengthen the treated tooth and provide support, reducing the risk of future damage. Many patients prefer porcelain crowns vs. crowns composed of other materials because they provide a seamless and natural appearance.


A bridge is essentially a row composed of crowns and a replacement tooth/teeth (also called pontics). A bridge can run from one healthy tooth and over the space of the missing tooth, to another adjacent healthy tooth. A permanent solution, bridges are great options for many patients with single or multiple missing teeth.


Veneers can give patients a perfect smile. Veneers are very thin tooth-coloured shells that adhere to the surface of a patient's teeth or tooth. This treatment is perfect for correcting and concealing chips, cracks, mild crookedness, irregular tooth size and discolouration/stains – or multiple cosmetic issues at once!

Ready to Restore Your Smile?

The first step to achieving a full, functional and attractive smile is to arrange a consultation with your dentist. The dentist will perform a complete examination of your teeth, gums and jaw in order to determine the best treatment option(s) for your case. In some cases, orthodontic treatment or gum or bone preparation may be required before your restoration can be performed.

If you're ready to take that first step, contact our Etobicoke dentist team today!


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