Reliable Cosmetic Dentistry and Restoration Services in Surrey
You've come to the perfect place if you want to make your smile more attractive. Thanks to cosmetic dentistry at Opal Dental in Surrey, you can have the smile of your dreams. We have a solution for everything related to cosmetic treatments, whether it involves teeth whitening, crowns, or bonding to change the shape of your teeth. And if you have tooth decay, which should never be ignored, we provide dental restoration services to undo the harm. You must see Opal Dental in Surrey or the Lower Mainland regularly. This way, we can check your teeth, detect any early signs of decay, and treat them.
Reach out to us if you have any questions or want to set up an appointment. We're happy to provide a happy smile to your whole family!
Cavities caused by tooth decay must regularly be filled. If a cavity in a tooth is not addressed, the tooth's condition will worsen, requiring further care and increasing the risk of complete tooth loss. White fillings, sometimes called composite fillings, are made of resin and used to repair cavities while blending in with your teeth' colour.
Do You Qualify for White Fillings?
You become a candidate for white fillings when the cavity worsens and exhibits some warning indications, such as:
A sensitive tooth
Biting causes agony and pain
Whenever you drink or eat anything hot, cold, or sweet; you may have mild to severe discomfort.
Staining on the outside of the tooth
Toothache or a jolt of agony that seems to come from nowhere
The best approach to prevent cavities is to practice proper oral hygiene at home and visit us for examinations and cleanings at least twice a year. Eat a balanced diet, floss once, and brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day.
Risk Factors for Developing Cavities
Take note of the below factors to nip cavities at the bud:
Regular consumption of sugary foods, snacks, and drinks
Inadequate oral hygiene habits
Compromised dental fillings or dental devices
Before bed eating
Bonding & Veneers
Dental bonding is the ideal solution for keeping your smile healthy. To help you fix your teeth and give a smile you deserve, Opal Dental offers comprehensive dental bonding procedures. The thin laminates known as veneers are bonded right to your natural teeth. They can be used to restore your teeth's natural colour, fill in gaps, or fix fractured teeth. We tailor our dental bonding procedures to your smile. Get strong teeth and great dental strength now!
Is Dental Bonding a Great Choice for You?
The size and location of the affected tooth determine if dental bonding is a viable option for you.
Dental bonding can be an excellent option for replacing old stained fillings, such as silver amalgam fillings, with tooth-coloured bonded fillings.
We can repair a tooth that is too tiny and close gaps between teeth that are too far apart.
Bonding is also ideal for correcting unevenly shaped teeth and filling unattractive gaps between teeth.
Dental bonding can conceal very tenacious stains on teeth.
Crown & Bridge
Your 32 natural teeth are perfectly crafted to let you eat properly and smile confidently. Using crowns and bridges, we entirely restore damaged and missing teeth to their ideal aesthetics and functionality.
What Is a Crown?
A crown, often known as a cap, can be made out of porcelain, gold, or stainless steel. If you take good care of them by continuing your regular home care routine, they should survive for at least ten years.
What Is a Bridge?
By combining crowns and artificial teeth, bridges fill the space created by one or more missing teeth. It improves the appearance of your smile and equally divides the work among your teeth.
How to Care for Crowns & Bridges?
An excellent home care regimen is necessary, including twice-daily brushing and once-daily flossing. To avoid swelling, unpleasant taste, and poor breath, getting rid of any plaque between the artificial teeth and the gums is essential. With floss, this is simple to achieve.
Before cosmetic dentistry, a smile analysis is undertaken. It is an important part of the diagnosis and treatment planning process. Opal Dental can identify the treatment necessary for your beautiful smile.
Analyze Your Smile at Home
Analyze your smile at home to better understand how we may assist you in achieving the smile you desire. All you have to do is smile at yourself in front of a mirror in your home. Answer the questions below if you are unhappy with your smile.
Do you see any stains?
Are your teeth discoloured or yellow?
Are there any gaps or spaces, and are they uneven?
Do they appear to be at odds with one another?
Are they twisted or going in opposite directions?
Do they seem to be too little or too large?
Are the edges scuffed?
Have your gums receded?
Are you missing any teeth?
Your answers are your own personal smile analysis.
Schedule an Appointment with Opal Dental
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, contact Opal Dental to schedule a consultation and learn how to achieve your dream smile. You can choose the cosmetic procedure that is suitable for you with the aid of our comprehensive dental assessment. We'll go over the specifics of the solutions so you understand what's involved. All we want for you is to make you smile happily.
The dental pulp in your teeth can become diseased and inflamed, causing deep throbbing. This damage may be so advanced that the pulp tissue cannot be treated. The problem requires the removal of the dental pulp. This is known as a “root canal.” Dr. Chahal is trained in endodontic techniques using the latest materials. Often endodontic procedures can be done in a single appointment. Please feel free to contact us for more details.
Is Root Canal Really Painful?
Root canals are a very common endodontic procedure, and there is absolutely nothing to fear. Before the procedure, you will be given a local anesthetic (freezing) and shouldn’t feel anything. The tooth may be tender for about a week after the procedure, but the pain will be minimal.
Whether you want to restore your teeth with a crown, bridge or denture, we provide implant-supported prostheses in Surrey and the Lower Mainland. Discuss with us to learn which prosthesis is best for you.