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Clinic Hours

Dear Patients,

We are happy to announce that our office is back to its regular hours. Please drop in or call us at (519)888-9998 to make an appointment.

We look forward to serving you!

Monday - Thursday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Dental Emergencies

If you need urgent dental services outside of clinic hours, please contact the Waterloo Wellington Dental Society's emergency on-call service at 1-888-757-9361.








Restorations (White Fillings)

When the tooth has a cavity (decay or caries) or fractured, the dentist will anaesthetise it then remove the decay, or prepare the fracture margin, then restore the tooth to its original shape using bonded white filling (composite restoration). These restorations are tooth-colored, strong and provide pleasing aesthetics. Early detection of tooth decay is paramount to keeping your teeth healthy, strong and functional. If decay progresses it will cause sensitivity (specially to sweets and cold), and may invade the pulp of the tooth leading to constant toothache and possible swelling and infection requiring more extensive treatment.
Composite restorations can also be used to close gaps between teeth and to build worn-out teeth.

Crowns and Bridges

Crowns and bridges are fixed prosthetic restorations the cover the entire tooth surface (crown) or replace missing teeth by utilising adjacent teeth as crown anchors (retainers). A crown is  indicated when a tooth loses a large part of its structure due to decay and fracture and the filling cannot be adequately retained. It is also indicated  following root canal treatment to reduce the chances of future tooth fracture. A bridge is indicated as a fixed (non-removable) replacement of a missing tooth. The adjacent teeth (front and back of the missing tooth space) are used as retainers for the bridge structure. Crowns and bridges are made of porcelain, porcelain fused to metal or base/gold metal alloy, and permanently cemented in place. The dentist will advise you if such restoration type is recommended.