Restorative Dentistry

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Restorative Dentistry

We can restore destruction of your teeth and gums by providing detailed services for specific areas in your mouth.
Contact us to get booked in for one of our Restorative procedures today.

Crowns and Bridges

Prosthetic devices such as crowns and bridges are cemented onto your current teeth to protect them from getting harmed even more. 

Crowns last for many years and are placed on your damaged tooth or in a location that needs a filling where there is not enough tooth left. Bridges are used when one or more teeth are gone. We cement the bridge to implants or your natural teeth to fill the empty spot. 

Crowns and Bridges keep your gums and teeth looking great and functioning normally.
Crowns & Bridges Options

Dental Implants

Dental implants are anchored to your jawbone. Implants replace missing teeth and will benefit your appearance. Your dentist can provide implants to aid your oral issues such as improving your ability to chew food. This versatile procedure requires time for your new teeth to completely integrate into your mouth.
Dental Implants Services


Do you only eat soft foods because you have no teeth or feel pain in the ones you do have? Come to Stoney Trail Dental where we give you the full spectrum of capabilities that come with a beautiful set of teeth and gums. 

We can provide you with dentures which are an artificial set of gums and teeth. Our office carries many styles of dentures to support your needs and recover the appearance of your smile.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

There are numerous advantages to restorative dentistry, including:

  • Improved oral function for chewing and speaking
  • Better distribution of bite force, making eating easier by avoiding jaw pain
  • Protection and restoration of teeth
  • Replace missing teeth, resulting in an improvement in appearance
  • Enhancement in the quality of your smile
What are common restorative treatments?

Restorative dentistry is an umbrella term that includes treatments such as:

  1. Crowns
  2. Bridges 
  3. Implants
  4. Dentures
  5. Dental fillings
What are direct and indirect dental restorations?
Direct restorations can be completed in a single visit. They restore regions within the mouth impacted by minor decay or damage. Indirect restorations are used to treat more severe cases and typically require multiple visits to complete.
What is the difference between an implant and a bridge?
Dental bridges are prostheses that can permanently connect an artificial tooth to adjoining teeth while dental implants are fastened into the jawbone with surgery.
What are some of the most commonly used dental restorative materials?

Some of the most common dental restorative materials include:

  • Silver Amalgam - One of the most affordable materials with an average lifespan of 15 years.
  • Composite Resin - Ideal for small to medium-sized tooth restorations with an average lifespan of 10-12 years.
  • Gold Inlays and Onlays - Can last for up to 20 years with proper care and can be used in any restoration.
  • Indirect Composite Resin or Ceramic - Can last between 10-15 years and is ideal for molars.
What is the difference between cosmetic and restorative dentistry?
Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing or replacing damaged or missing teeth to improve and maintain oral health and function. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on enhancing the appearance of your smile, such as veneers, crowns, and professional teeth whitening.
Do I need to get an X-ray for restorative treatments?
Yes. X-rays help us properly diagnose your oral health issues and determine the proper restorative treatment plan.
What can I expect on my first restorative treatment visit?

Your first visit will be a detailed assessment and consultation, which can include:

  1. Screening for oral cancer
  2. Tooth evaluation 
  3. Oral X-Rays
  4. Gum and bone health assessment
  5. Diagnostic photos
What restorative dental services do you provide?

We offer several treatments related to restorative dentistry. Whether you’re dealing with jaw pain, difficulty chewing or missing and damaged teeth, we can help. Our restorative treatments include:

  • Crowns and bridges: A crown is placed over your existing tooth to protect it, while a bridge fills the empty space. 
  • Dental implants - Implants are a sturdy and reliable restorative treatment that is fastened to your jawbone to replace missing teeth.
  • Dentures - At Stoney Trail Dental, we offer partial, full, and immediate dentures, as well as overdentures.
Do you provide restorative dental emergency services?
Yes, restorative dental emergency services (or same-day appointments) are available at Stoney Trail Dental. We accept walk-ins for any type of dental emergency.
Will insurance cover the restorative treatments?
You must review your dental insurance plan to see if restorative treatments are covered under your policy. Private dental insurance policies may or may not cover the cost. Before treatment, ensure you know the price and how you'll pay. Stoney Trail Dental offers direct-to-insurance billing for your convenience.
Who needs restorative dentistry?
Restorative dentistry is ideal for individuals with missing teeth, tooth decay, or damaged teeth.
Treat your unwanted issues with our restorative services so that you can get back to taking a bite out of that deliciously juicy apple.
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