A smile is the first feature that is noticed on your face.
If you are unhappy with your smile, whether it’s due to chipped, crooked, missing or discoloured teeth, contact us immediately for a Cosmetic Smile Assessment. We feel that everyone should be able to smile with confidence. Now thanks to advancements in modern cosmetic dental care, you can have a beautiful smile easier than ever before.
This may include one or a combination of cosmetic techniques such as:
When you arrive for your consultation, we will spend time discussing your concerns and expectations and will then proceed to give you a careful examination of your mouth to assess what needs to be done to provide you with the best possible smile. Once the assessment is completed, the dentist will then be able to explain the options that would be needed to give you the smile that you want.
You will be delighted with the improvements to your smile, your confidence and your self-image.
At Evolve Dental we are specially trained in tooth bonding techniques. We have a natural flair for creating beautiful teeth.
Tooth bonding is used for a variety of purposes:
Tooth bonding is dependent on the artistic ability of the dentist, since the work is done “freehand,” without taking impressions or using a laboratory. The tooth must be colour matched, sculpted, and polished to produce a beautiful and natural looking result.
Bonding takes approximately 30-60 minutes in a single visit to our office.
Bonding is a fast and affordable way of improving the appearance of your teeth and smile.
At Evolve Dental we can restore a tooth with a minimally invasive procedure known as an Inlay, Onlay or Filling.
Inlays, Onlays and Fillings are restorations that are made for teeth that have a mild to moderate amount of decay. They can be made of composite resin material, or porcelain by a dental laboratory. Once completed, they will be bonded to the tooth and very natural in appearance and feel.
For natural looking restorations we use composite resin or porcelain materials to:
A Porcelain Inlay fills a hole inside the tooth.
A Porcelain Onlay sits on top of the tooth, covering it, to build up its shape and add strength to reduce risk of cracking and fracture.
Composite (White) Fillings like an inlay, fills the hole inside the tooth. The difference is in the material used for filling the hole. Although durable, it is not as strong as porcelain.
Treatment involves isolating the tooth and removing any old fillings or damaged tooth structure under local anesthesia.
Filling : The hole in the tooth will be filled with a composite resin. It is then bonded into the tooth and any necessary adjustments and filings are done to ensure comfort.
Inlay / Onlay : An impression of the tooth is made, then the inlay or onlay is created from porcelain material in an off-site ceramic dental lab. A temporay filling or cover is placed to protect the tooth until the porcelain restoration is ready for fitting. When the inlay or onlay is completed, it is placed into or onto the tooth and bonded securely into place. Adjustments may be made to ensure the tooth is comfortable to bite on.
In treating dental decay, inlays, onlays and fillings help to eliminate tooth sensitivity and eventual tooth loss.