We know that dentists keep our teeth and gum healthy with regular checkups and cleanings. These checkups help prevent more serious issues down the road. However, some of us already have severe dental problems that need help immediately. Some dental issues more critical and need advanced methods of treatments.
Dental veneers also are known as laminates, are used to enhance the appearance of one or more teeth cosmetically. Often dental veneers transform the look of the smile permanently. Veneers are made of very thin porcelain, or resin shells are customized to a desirable color and shape, and then bonded to the outside of the teeth to reshape broken, misshapen or irregular teeth. Dental veneers are also a great option for discolored teeth that do not respond to traditional whitening treatments.
The surface of the teeth must be prepped before Dental veneers can be placed on the teeth. This process typically involves administering a local anesthetic, then the surface of the tooth is buffed, and a mold is then formed for the veneers.
With veneers, patients can achieve a natural tooth appearance that is well-tolerated by the gums and resistant to future stains. Dental veneers might be ideal for you if you are looking for alternatives to caps and crowns. They can also provide a solution for gaps between your teeth. Our doctors will be happy to discuss if veneers are an option for you.
For those patients that feel that their teeth require more help than cosmetic fixes can provide there is Full Mouth Rehabilitation.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is a procedure or series of procedures creating dramatic results by either completely replacing or modifying one’s current teeth. Some cases will require full mouth crown and bridge work to “build-up” a worn down bite. In more severe cases of damaged teeth it may be providing full mouth, permanent implant retained teeth. This type of treatment benefits patients that suffer from teeth grinding or enamel loss due to eating extremely acidic foods.
A Crown is a type of dental repair that completely caps a tooth or dental implant and is often needed when a large cavity compromises the health of a tooth. The function of a Crown is to cover a tooth that is cracked, decayed or damaged.
A Dental Implant is an artificial root devices anchor in the bone beneath the gums where they become fused into the jaw. A crown is then mounted on top of the implant once placed for a natural-looking smile.
At 2000 Yonge Dental, our team of friendly dental professionals is highly educated, experienced and have the tools, techniques, and technology to enhance your comfort, confidence, and smile.
Our ultimate goal is to preserve your natural teeth and maintain your oral health through regular check-ups and outstanding dentistry.
We welcome all ages and believe that everyone should enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile that can undoubtedly affect the way you look and feel about yourself. Dr. Hassanein brings with him a level of care that you've come to expect when you visit our Toronto dental practice. Dr. Hassanein is an existing member of the Ontario Dental Association, the Canadian Dental Association, and crown and bridge study club.