Summit Dental
Restorative Dentistry in Shawnessy

Restorative Dentistry Near You

Sometimes, unexpected things happen that cause us to lose, chip, or break our teeth. At Summit Dental, we provide restorative dentistry near you to restore the functionality and appearance of your teeth. Our goal is to help you achieve a healthier-looking smile and to improve your oral health. From bonding to dental implants, our dental office in Shawnessy has a solution for every dental concern.

Bonding

Dental bonding is an excellent dental procedure that minimizes the imperfections in your smile. The composite resin will help improve the colour, shape, and size of your teeth. This procedure is ideal for treating minor imperfections such as discolouration and chips. Dental bonding is non-invasive, quick, and painless.

Dr. Peter Servinis
Dr. Peter Servinis

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are an excellent dental restoration to replace one or multiple missing teeth. A minimum of three crowns are joined together to replace your missing teeth. The hardest crown will replace your tooth, while the remaining crowns provide support. Not only are dental bridges durable, but they also seamlessly blend with your remaining teeth.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a sturdy and reliable solution to replace missing teeth. They are a natural-looking solution that will improve your oral health, restore your ability to chew and speak and improve your confidence. Implants will look and function very similarly to your natural teeth.

Fillings

Fillings restore teeth that have been damaged by tooth decay. This procedure prevents the spread and development of decay by removing it and filling the cleaned tooth. Not only are fillings a durable solution, but they are also now made to match the colour of your teeth.

Inlays and Onlays

Dental inlays and onlays restore damaged and weakened teeth. They are similar to fillings, except they will provide more coverage and take two appointments to complete. Inlays are used to fill the interior of your teeth, and onlays fill the surface.