Call our office today to schedule your appointment!

Restorative Dentistry in Whitby, ON

Doctor and patient

Whitby Dental Studio provides restorative dentistry services in Whitby, ON. To learn more about restorative procedures or schedule an appointment, please call our office at 905-666-2750.

What is Restorative Dentistry

If your teeth are broken, decayed, or need extraction, you may experience a loss in chewing function. Restorative dentistry aims to bring back the full function of damaged or missing teeth. Using techniques like fillings, crowns, implants, and bridges, we can replace your missing teeth or repair the ones you have.

Benefits of Restorative Dentistry

  • Restores your oral health
  • Eliminates dental discomfort
  • Improves chewing function
  • Reduces the risk of future dental problems
  • Prevents tooth movement due to missing teeth
  • May save your natural teeth
  • Some procedures improve the aesthetics of your smile
Tooth icon transparent

Why Choose Whitby Dental Studio?

We provide comprehensive care in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. We believe that careful attention to preventive care can save you the expense of more complex dental issues in the future. We provide preventive care to family members of all ages.

Procedures Offered

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings blend into the natural tooth surface, making repairs seamless and aesthetically pleasing. The dentist cleans the decayed tooth material and layers resin into the cavity until the tooth is solid and complete.

Inlays & Onlays

An inlay or onlay is a middle step between a filling and a crown which covers the chewing surfaces of a tooth.

Dental Crowns

A crown is a dental restoration that completely covers the outside of a tooth that is cracked, broken, worn down, or severely decayed. Dental crowns are usually completed in two visits. During the first visit, the tooth is prepared (shaved down) and an impression is taken. A temporary crown is placed while the permanent crown is fabricated. During the second visit, the permanent crown is carefully fitted and then cemented into place.

Dental Bridges

Bridges can replace up to three to four missing teeth in a row. They anchor to crowns or implants on either side of the gap. Bridges protect your existing teeth from moving and becoming crooked and crossed. Preventing tooth movement means that you will have better oral health.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are made to replace the root and crown of a missing tooth. Since they integrate with the bone, they protect the jaw's structure and prevent it from breaking down due to a lack of chewing stimulation.

Learn more about Dental Implants

We can provide traditional or implant-supported dentures. Implant-supported dentures do not slip, click, or trap food, while traditional dentures are convenient and more affordable.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction involves repairing or replacing most or all of a patient's teeth. A full mouth reconstruction treatment can restore their self-confidence and oral health.

Learn more about Full Mouth Reconstruction
Root Canal Treatments

A root canal treats infection inside the tooth pulp, relieving discomfort and preserving the natural tooth from extraction. Dentists often perform root canals on broken, cracked, and severely decayed teeth.

Learn more about Root Canals

Though we will always do everything we can to save a natural tooth, sometimes they must come out and require replacement. We perform tooth extractions in the office for your comfort and convenience.

Frequently Asked Questions About Restorative Dentistry

How long does a root canal take?
A root canal typically takes about 45 to 60 minutes. While many people feel apprehensive about root canals, be assured that today's procedures are comfortable and easy to tolerate, thanks to updated techniques and equipment.
How do dental implants work?
Dental implants are the industry-leading method of tooth replacement. Before you have a dental implant, we will check your jawbone and ensure you have enough bone mass to support an implant. If you don't, you can receive a bone graft. Once the jawbone is ready, the dentist opens slots where the post will screw in. The posts need to heal for a few months between each step. The dentist places an abutment of stainless steel and a crown that functionally replaces your tooth.
Why are composite fillings better than metal?
Composite fillings strengthen teeth, while metal fillings may make them more prone to breakage. Composite fillings also look like natural teeth. However, some cavities are too large for the composite resin to work and need metal fillings.
How long do crowns last?
Crowns may last up to 10 to 15 years with proper care, and some crowns last for decades. Your crown may need a periodic replacement for normal wear and tear. If it falls out, we may be able to reseat it in your mouth.
Can I drive after a tooth extraction?
If you do not receive a sedative, you can drive home from your appointment, but we recommend that you rest for the remainder of the day.
Looking for a practice in Whitby, Ontario? Contact us at 905-666-2750 to schedule an appointment today!

Contact our office today to schedule your appointment!

Request an Appointment
3500 Brock St N #6b
Whitby, ON L1R 3J4
Appointment Request Updated
Are you already an established patient with our office?
How did you find out about our practice?
What is the reason you need a dental visit?
Are you experiencing pain? Do you have a cracked or broken tooth?
How long has it been since you last visited the dentist?
Do you feel nervous about visiting the dentist?
Preferred time for an appointment.
How soon do you require an appointment?
Do you have dental insurance?

Please provide your contact information:

What is your preferred method of contact?
Would it better to reach out in the morning or afternoon?