Digital X-RaysYour images are sent from the x-ray machine straight to a computer, eliminating the wait and resulting in a clearer picture. We can assess your x-ray right away. Moreover, you are exposed to less radiation with digital x- rays.
Nitrous OxideSometimes called “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide is administered by Cedarbrae Dental to sedate and relax you during your dental procedure.
Composite FillingsComposite fillings take the place of metal fillings. Often called “tooth-colored fillings,” these are made with a blend of quartz or glass and resin. This long-lasting filling material is very popular.
Dental ExaminationsDuring your dental exam, we will check your teeth visually and take x-ray images of your entire mouth, examining not only teeth but also bone and soft tissue.
Dental CleaningsWe remove any dental plaque we find, as well as tartar (hardened plaque) from tooth and gum surfaces during your dental cleaning.
Restorative DentistryComposite Resin Dental Fillings We use tooth-coloured material to restore teeth that have been damaged by breakage or decay using a variety of bonding techniques.
CrownsSometimes called caps, crowns are placed on broken and damaged teeth to restore the structure and to protect them from further damage. Materials include porcelain, zirconia and more.
BridgesMissing a tooth, or several in a row? Bridges are artificial teeth that “bridge” gaps between natural teeth. The bridge is affixed to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.
Complete or Partial DenturesAlso called “false teeth,” dentures are removable artificial teeth made to replace all of your natural teeth (complete dentures) or a row of missing teeth (partial dentures). We provide dentures and repair them, as well.
Dental VeneersAt Cedarbrae Dental, we use porcelain veneers, which are thin covers for your front teeth. We bond the veneers to your existing teeth to cover stains or to make broken/chipped teeth appear whole.
Dental ImplantsDental implants provide a way to replace natural teeth with artificial teeth that are rooted in the jaw, just as natural teeth are. A titanium screw is surgically implanted in the gum and – as it heals – adheres to the jawbone. An artificial tooth or teeth are placed on the screw for a naturally functioning new “tooth.” Implants can support entire sets of dentures, as well as crowns and bridges.