Dr. Rina Kotecha and her team at Dentistry on 10 in the Port Credit area are focused on delivering high quality dental care for all of their patients. They work hard to ensure that every patient has a positive dental experience that includes a wide range of services, exceptional customer care, and a welcoming environment. Whether you are coming in for a regular check-up or a smile makeover, Dr. Kotecha is committed to improving the health and aesthetics of your smile. Here is a list of some of the most common dentistry services provided in our state of the art facility:
Professional teeth whitening is one of the most sought after solutions at Dentistry on 10. Patients can get rid of stains and discoloration and enjoy all of the amazing results from a brighter, whiter smile.
Porcelain veneers are the most versatile cosmetic dentistry procedure that we offer. The thin strips of porcelain are placed on the front of teeth to disguise the appearance of a number of cosmetic imperfections such as: permanent stains, closing small gaps between teeth, lengthening the appearance of teeth, and covering cracks or chips. Porcelain veneers can be used on as little as one tooth or the entire smile.
Missing teeth have an impact on appearance and oral health. Dental implants are the most secure way of replacing missing teeth. The posts are implanted into the jawbone where they are left to heal and act as an artificial tooth root for the prosthetic.
Dental crowns are restorations that can protect a tooth from further decay or strengthen a tooth that has become weakened due to infection or trauma. They are also used in conjunction with dental bridges to replace missing teeth.
Bridges are an alternative to dental implants. They utilize the support of adjacent teeth covered with dental crowns and an artificial tooth in the middle.
Patients who wish to have straighter teeth without
conventional metal brackets and wires can benefit from Invisalign. The
Invisalign system is comprised of a series of clear aligners that are
designed to gradually move the teeth into proper alignment. Patients
swap out the trays every two weeks and are free to remove them for
eating and oral care.
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