We would love to help every patient have a healthy and fully functional smile. With restorative dental treatments in Alberta, we can provide you with options to potentially do just that! During your consultation, Dr. Blunston will fully examine your teeth and gums and discuss possible treatment plans. Every smile is unique and your time in our office will focus on your individual needs.
Some of our restorative treatments include:
Studies show your oral health is directly connected to your overall health. By taking the time to restore your smile to optimum balance and health, it could positively affect other aspects of your health, allowing you to feel good and live life.
Many of our restorative treatments will help your smile feel and function better. Eating, chewing, and speaking could no longer be a burden. We always strive to achieve physiologic balance in your smile and bite, so the results can be seen.
Non-surgical periodontal therapy is a deep cleaning of your gums and teeth. Ideally, it will control or reduce the effects of gum disease. When you come in for you regular hygiene cleanings, our doctor and hygienists will let you know if you need to take more advanced measures to help your smile be healthy.
If your teeth are affected by decay or damage, our dentist will restore tooth-colored aesthetics and strength. This could include a dental filling, crown, inlay, onlay, bonding, or a veneer. During your consultation, Dr. Blunston will explain to you the state of your teeth and then recommend options for your smile. We do our best to make sure your restoration will look natural and blend seamlessly with your smile.
Dental implants are often touted as the best solution for a missing tooth. The titanium implant is inserted into your jaw and functions similarly as the root of your tooth, holding the implant abutment in place and allowing for great stability and function. Implants can be paired with a single dental crown restoration, or with a bridge or denture.
We strive to help our patients look and feel better with smile rejuvenation. It's our goal to not just fix how your smile looks, but also work with you to create optimum balance in your bite and smile. By doing this, we can promote longer lasting dental work and restorations, as well as potentially relieve some discomforts that come with damaged teeth and TMJ pain due to poor occlusion.