Guelph Family Dentistry - Guelph

General Dentistry in Guelph

From regular teeth cleanings and check-ups to comprehensive full-mouth restoration, we provide exceptional care and achieve outstanding results.
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Guelph Family Dentistry - Guelph

Comprehensive Dental Care for a Healthy Smile

Maintain optimal oral health and extend the life of your teeth with regular dental care. Routine visits to your dentist and prompt treatment at the first sign of decay can prevent pain, discomfort, and unexpected expenses. If you’re experiencing issues with your teeth, gums, or overall oral health, restorative dental care can restore normal function and comfort. General dentistry prioritizes your overall health, and here are some of the benefits you can expect from preventive and restorative care:

Preventive Care:
  • Thorough teeth cleaning for a brighter smile without whitening
  • X-rays to detect issues early
  • Healthy gums that don’t bleed or itch
  • Composite fillings to stop cavities
  • Reduced sensitivity to hot and cold foods
  • Prevention and reversal of tooth decay
  • Prolonged lifespan of prosthetics and appliances
Restorative Dentistry:
  • Preservation of natural teeth from infection
  • Replacement of missing teeth with natural-looking solutions
  • Repair of damaged teeth to restore their function and appearance
  • Custom-made prosthetics and appliances
  • Improved eating, sleeping, and overall quality of life

Our General Dentistry services

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings fill cavities and repair chipped or cracked teeth. Our tooth-colored composite fillings are matched to your exact tooth color so they look natural in addition to feeling great.

Dental Bonding

Suffering from chipped or cracked teeth? Looking to improve the look of healthy teeth? Whatever the reason, dental bonding may be the solution for you!

Dental Bridges

Say goodbye to gaps in your smile caused by missing teeth with a tailor-made dental prosthesis crafted by Guelph Family Dentistry.

Dental Crowns

Improve teeth strength and restore your smile’s appearance with dental crowns from Guelph Family Dentistry.

Dental Extractions

Tooth extraction is a routine procedure that can be performed with minimal pain or discomfort.

Dental Implants

Don’t let missing teeth ruin your oral health or your confidence. Guelph Family Dentistry offers dental implants made with premium-grade material for a long-lasting, natural appearance.

Dentures

Whether you’re looking for new dentures or your current dentures are in need of repair, Guelph Family Dentistry specializes in full or partial dentures to replace your missing teeth without discomfort.

Root Canal

A root canal is a therapeutic dental treatment for saving and preserving infected tooth tissue. This procedure can be performed quickly, with very little discomfort, and provides immediate relief.

Same-Day Crowns

Get your custom creation done in a single appointment, from start to finish, without the hassle of temporary crowns.

Teeth Cleanings

Get a Sparkling Smile at Guelph Family Dentistry

The Significance of Early Intervention and Regular Dental Care

Prevention is key to maintaining a healthy smile. Your well-being is our top priority, and our recommendations for early intervention stem from genuine care and concern. Ensuring the health of your teeth, gums, jaw, and tongue now, and addressing issues promptly, can minimize discomfort, pain, and unexpected expenses, keeping our patients smiling.

Preserve your natural teeth longer

Did you know that cavities are the leading cause of tooth loss in young adults, while gum disease is more common in older adults? Practicing good oral hygiene at home is crucial for a healthy mouth. During routine exams, we can identify early signs of gum disease and tooth decay, allowing us to intervene before they progress.

Save on costs

Regular teeth cleanings and check-ups are affordable and can easily fit into your budget. Treatments for early signs of tooth decay, like composite fillings, are cost-effective and offer long-term benefits. More extensive procedures required to address serious oral health issues often come with higher costs.

Peace of mind

Optimal oral health means you don’t have to think about it. You won’t experience aches or inflammation, nor will you endure debilitating toothaches. You can enjoy your favourite foods without worry and feel confident about your smile. Well-maintained teeth are naturally beautiful, comfortable, and reliable.

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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

During a routine dental checkup, your teeth will be cleaned and examined for signs of disease. This process helps remove plaque and tartar buildup, even with regular brushing and flossing. It also allows your dental team to monitor your overall oral health and address any issues promptly.

Cavities develop when bacteria, feeding on food particles caught between teeth or gums, multiply and produce an acidic byproduct. This acid weakens the enamel. A diet high in sugar or frequent consumption of acidic drinks and foods can exacerbate this process.

Genetic predisposition to cavities and overcrowded teeth, which are more challenging to clean, are potential reasons for increased cavity risk. However, maintaining good oral health is still possible through quality oral hygiene and healthy eating habits.

A cavity or decay can progress through your tooth without causing any noticeable symptoms until it reaches the nerve, at which point it can become extremely painful. Therefore, a filling is necessary because by the time you experience pain, the issue has likely progressed significantly.

With routine cleanings, tooth decay can be prevented or even reversed. For early signs of decay, fluoride or composite fillings are effective treatments. More advanced decay in teeth can be treated with natural-looking crowns, or dental veneers. In cases when the tooth is almost entirely lost – it can be extracted and replaced with an implant or bridge. The exact treatment will depend on your particular case.

Functional treatments such as teeth cleanings are safe and recommended during pregnancy. However, more invasive treatments like a root canal may be necessary for dental emergencies, such as an infection. Cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening should be postponed until after the baby arrives.

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