“Restorative Dental Care” - the goal is in the name of the game!
At Fort Dental Health Group, we take your oral health very seriously, and that means restoring the natural look and function of your teeth as promptly as possible, with your ease and comfort in mind!
The good news is that the incidence of tooth decay and the need for restorative dentistry has decreased over the years – we believe this to be attributed to the use of fluorides, an increase in patient awareness, and good oral hygiene practices! This is excellent news, however, our teeth are still susceptible to decay, infection, and breakage, and sometimes need to be restored back to health.
Reasons you may need restorative dental care
Life happens! We bump into things, we’re active, we age…there are many reasons you may at some point require restorative dental care in Fort Saskatchewan. Perhaps an old filling has come loose or fallen out and is in need of repair/replacement. Maybe you have a damaged tooth that a filling alone cannot restore, and are in need of a dental crown. Perhaps you are missing a tooth, and to avoid shifting of surrounding teeth or the wear and tear of adjacent teeth, you may require a dental bridge. Maybe you have a chipped or broken tooth, or simply have a cavity that requires filling. Damage to the enamel on your teeth can quickly allow bacteria to grow, leading to tooth or gum infection and decay. It’s important to have issues such as a cracked or broken tooth looked at as soon as possible.
The right restorative treatment plan
As you can see, there are many reasons one may need restorative dentistry in Fort Saskatchewan, and we’re here to help! In the event your teeth require restorative treatment, our friendly dentists will discuss the available options, and recommend what we believe to be the most comfortable and least invasive treatment plan, answering all your questions along the way. We aim to restore the natural look and function of your teeth in a timely and gentle manner, to help you get back to the normal usage of your teeth as soon as possible.
Dr. Patricia Kenny
Dr. Levi Ross
Dr. Jenn Kim
Dr. Lindsay Patterson
201 - 10010 88 Ave.
Fort Saskatchewan, AB