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Restorative Dentistry – Edmonton, AB

Solutions for Decayed or Damaged Teeth

Man with healthy smile after restorative dentistry

Dental damage and decay are common issues that most people face in their lifetime, even if you take good care of your grin. At Sherbrooke Family Dental, we don’t want to make our patients have to choose between restoring their oral health and maintaining the beautiful appearance of their smile, which is why we offer the best of both worlds. We treat damaged and decayed teeth by creating customized restorations made from high-quality dental materials that look completely natural. Learn more about restorative dentistry in Edmonton, AB on this page.

Why Choose Sherbrooke Family Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Well-Crafted Dental Crowns Available
  • Porcelain & Ceramic Dental Restorations
  • Strong, Reliable
    Cavity Fillings

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dentist examining patient's smile after tooth colored filling treatment

We use a custom-shaded material to treat cavities called “composite resin”. It’s made of finely ground particles of acrylic, which means that it’s able to fuse with your natural tooth enamel for a stronger bond. Once placed, the filling will block off your weakened tooth so it helps prevent harmful oral bacteria, and you can continue using it to reduce the risk of developing an infection. The material is also able to flawlessly blend in with the rest of your smile, so you don’t have to worry about it highlighting your decayed tooth for others to see.

Dental Crowns

Animated smile during dental crown placement

Teeth that are severely misshapen or damaged require additional strength and protection to help preserve their health. We offer beautiful, custom-crafted dental crowns that can be made from a variety of materials, but patients often choose porcelain or ceramic because they blend in with surrounding teeth. The prosthetics are made to fit like a cap over the biting surface of your teeth to act as a newly renovated layer of enamel since your natural tooth’s structure is compromised.

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