Restorative Dentistry in Guelph

Restorative dentistry helps improve your oral health by repairing or removing broken teeth. The primary purpose of restorative dentistry is to repair teeth so they can function appropriately, allowing you to perform your day to day functions normally. 

Home Services Restorative Dentistry in Guelph

Our team at Northeastview Dental in Guelph provides you with an array of restorative dentistry treatment which help you fix and repair broken teeth, helping you regain the confidence in your smile.

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Dental Bridges in Guelph​

Dental bridge treatment helps you replace missing teeth. They can be used to restore the appearance of your smile and improve the function of your mouth. Dental bridges are permanent and can last for years.

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Dental Crowns in Guelph

Dental crowns are used to encase the decayed tooth to improve its function and appearance. They are used to treat a variety of problems including broken or cracked teeth, cavities or any supporting dental bridges. 

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Dental Extractions in Guelph

Dental extractions refer to the removal of teeth from the jawbone. This procedure is typically performed by a dentist or oral surgeon when a tooth is damaged beyond repair, infected or decaying.

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Dental Implants in Guelph

Dental implants refers to a tooth replacement option that involves surgically placing a titanium structure into the jawbone to serve as a replacement for the missing teeth.

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Fluoride Treatment in Guelph

Fluoride treatment is a procedure in which a concentrated fluoride solution is applied to the teeth which prevents tooth decay. Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that helps to strengthen tooth enamel.

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Jaw Treatment - TMJ Treatment in Guelph

Jaw treatment refers to various procedures aimed at correcting problems with the jaw and temporomandibular joint (TMJ). TMJ can cause pain, difficulty biting and chewing, and discomfort while speaking.

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Teeth Restorations in Guelph

Teeth restoration is the process of repairing or replacing damaged teeth to restore their function and appearance. Types of teeth restoration procedures include dental fillings, crowns, bridges and implants

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Removable Dentures in Guelph

Removable dentures are a type of dental prosthesis used to replace missing teeth. They fit over the gums and holds a set of artificial teeth. The dentures can be removed for cleaning or at night.

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Wisdom Tooth Removal in Guelph

Wisdom tooth removal refers to the extraction of one or more  third molars. Wisdom do not fully emerge from the gums, causing pain, swelling, and crowding of the surrounding teeth.